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442 South Old Woodward , Birmingham - MI 48009
Office: 1-248-721-1519

About Robert Smith III

Robert Smith is a dedicated real estate professional who approaches each transaction with a keen focus on client satisfaction and delivering real results.

As a former police officer/detective for 18 years, Robert is a highly loyal person who is committed to smoothly navigating his clients through the entire real estate process, from start to finish. He has a true passion for helping people and he puts his heart and soul into every transaction.

Robert also has a background in real estate investing which has molded him into a savvy negotiator who ensures his clients are completely satisfied when they get to the closing table.

As a life-long Metro Detroit resident, Robert is a true community specialist who loves introducing his clients to the most sought-after neighborhoods in the area. He has intimate knowledge of the Woodward Corridor from Ferndale to Bloomfield Township.

In his free time, he loves spending time with his wife and four children. He enjoys traveling and cheering on his home-town Detroit sport teams.

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