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101 Park Avenue Suite 300 , Oklahoma City - OK 73102
Office: 1-918-810-1511

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About Robin Wilson
Broker Associate

Robin is an Oklahoma native where she lived nearly 20 years in the OKC/Edmond area prior to moving to Tulsa where she has lived for the past 10 years. She is one of the few professionals knowledgeable of and supports both markets. She relies on her professional experience dealing with large transactions and negotiations to bring each of her deals to a smooth and successful close.

Robin is consistently ranked in the Top 100 Realtors in the Greater Tulsa Association of Realtors and listed in America’s top 1% of Realtors.  In addition to a Bachelor’s degree, Robin holds a Broker’s license and is certified in Luxury Real Estate and Relocation Services.

Robin is a high-touch broker known for her unmatched devotion to her clients. She earns the respect of her clients by working tirelessly on their behalf and by always offering them candid advice.

As a realtor, my first priority is to make my clients happy. I listen to my client’s wants and needs to achieve the best outcome in every transaction. I strive to ensure the home buying experience is fun, easy and stress free. I recognize and value the trust my clients place in me and I strive every day to exceed their expectations. My clients can count on me any time day or night if they have a question or concern.

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CLHMS - Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist
CRP - Certified Relocation Professional
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