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     Hi! I’m Robin Willis.

I’m Robin Willis, Associate Real Estate Broker at eXp Realty. I’ve been working full time in real estate since 2005, with a former career in the mortgage industry. My objective is to serve you in a way that adds real value to your life. This means taking the extra time to make sure you are understood and that we are meeting your goals when it comes to buying or selling real estate. This also means giving you all the information you need to make important decisions but never taking that decision-making power from you.

My focus is quality customer service and conscientious representation of clients. I remain educated on the most current legal and practical issues surrounding real estate, while my patience, strategic thinking, and tenacity allow me to find creative solutions for you when necessary.

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Mortgage Calculators

Wondering how much house you can afford? Our mortgage calculators will help you understand what price range fits your budget.

Mortgage Lenders

Finding the right financing can make the difference between a happy homeowner and a stressful home.

Relocating to Tucson

I love Tucson and I’m sure you will, too. Check out helpful resources for quickly becoming a local.

Request Your Dream Home

Finding your dream home can be a bit like looking for a needle in a haystack. Let me reduce your stress by finding it for you.

How to Price Your Home

Setting the correct price on your home is the key to selling it. Priced too high, or too low, can scare buyers away or force a lower price.

Staging Your Home

Making your home as attractive for a buyer starts with staging. Read advice to get you the best offer and sell your home quickly.

Understanding Market Conditions

Knowing where the market is now, and where it’s heading, will help position your home for maximum exposure and value.

Home Improvement Resources

From staging and storage, to roof repairs, and movers, we’ve made it easy to find great resources all in one place.

Will I need an attorney?

Will you need an attorney to buy or sell a house? In Arizona, an attorney is not required to be part of a real estate transaction. Real estate licensees are legally allowed to write contracts as part of their representation of clients. However,...

Mortgage FAQ’s

Part of the complexity of buying a home is the mortgage loan process.  This is made even more difficult by the ever-changing guidelines that lenders have for loan qualification.  This video with a local Tucson lender helps demystify some of the...

Active Adult 55+ Communities in the Tucson Area

If you’re considering retiring in the Tucson area or even want to purchase a winter home, you will have ample options available to you. Here are a few of the most popular active adult communities in the Tucson area: Green Valley Green Valley is a 55+...

Should you Buy a BRAND NEW Home?

At some point in the process of buying a home, you may become frustrated with the selection and start to consider a brand new home. There are many benefits to doing this, not the least of which is that you’ll have a several-year warranty on your...

Your Earnest Money Check

One of the first things you will do when you buy a new home is deposit your earnest money check. If you are paying cash, the source of your earnest money is more or less irrelevant. However, if you have a home loan for your purchase (like most buyers do), the lender...

3 Tips to Sell FAST!

    Want to sell your home FASTER than the average home on the market?  Here is my three-step formula to prepare your home for a fast sale:   Declutter - The way we live in our homes is very different than the way we stage them for sale.  Get rid of anything that’s...

3 Ways Your Neighbor’s House Affects Your Sale

    What is the age old mantra when it comes to real estate? Location, location, location! Usually that brings up thoughts of nearby amenities or perhaps how closely a home may be located to a busy street or railroad. One of the most frustrating situations that some...

Homeless pets get our support!

Want to support homeless pets while buying or selling your home?  We are inviting you to bring your well-behaved pets to closing and I will donate $50 to support homeless pets.  It's as easy as 1, 2, 3. Use me as your Realtor when buying or selling a home in Tucson...

Selling Your Home in a Divorce

  Are you contemplating divorce? Do you own a home together? If so, how to "split" the house will be an important consideration as you negotiate your divorce. I can help you understand the ins and outs of selling your home in a divorce and pitfalls to avoid if you...

Potential Appraisal Issues

Thinking of selling your home soon? In addition to getting your home pre-inspected, consider how an appraiser will view your home. Most buyers today obtain home loans which makes the appraisal an important part of a real estate transaction. Appraisers will...

Should I Sell my home “By Owner”?

Looking at the commission on a real estate transaction makes many reasonable people consider listing their homes themselves and just advertising them with a yard sign and on a couple of online sites. If you have a background as a real estate...

Tax Consequences of Foreclosures or Short Sales

  Is your bank threatening to foreclose? Are you left owing more than the house will sell for? Depending on whether or not your loan is recourse or non-recourse, your tax consequences will be very different. Non-Recourse Loans Most mortgage...

Will I need an attorney?

Will you need an attorney to buy or sell a house? In Arizona, an attorney is not required to be part of a real estate transaction. Real estate licensees are legally allowed to write contracts as part of their representation of clients. However,...

HAFA Short Sales: What Are They?

  The Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives (HAFA) program has three options to help you get out of your mortgage. The first is a loan modification program, to help you stay in your home. The second is a short sale, where your mortgage...

Short Selling: FHA, VA and Conventional Loans

  The short sale process varies greatly depending on what type of loan you have. In fact, the timing of when to submit your loan documents changes based on your loan type.   FHA Loans FHA loans were certainly not in the majority of the loans...

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