Robin Riegor brings over thirty years experience as a Top Producer in the Albuquerque greater metropolitan area as well, Las Campanas, and Santa Fe. Riegor believes her high volume of sales can be attributed to her many repeat clients as well as years of referrals. Listening to prospective clients needs and pinpointing the exact homes to show is greatly appreciated by her clients who say she doesn't waste their time. Riegor has an uncanny ability to see forthcoming housing trends, particularly the future of building and converting to more efficient homes. She has been active in adobe and solar tours in her attempt to educate not only her clients, but also future clients. She is currently enrolled in the USGBC course to become a LEED Accredited Professional. "Marketing is highly accurate targeting, like a missile down a silo", says Riegor. "It's not just about getting high numbers through an open house, although that does increase the opportunity for sales. It's truly about getting those qualified, ready to purchase, buyers to view, appreciate, and ultimately close on your property." Robin Riegor brings over thirty years experience as a Top Producer in the Albuquerque greater metropolitan area as well, Las Campanas, and Santa Fe. She has been in the President's Circle and the President's Elite from 2000-2007, one of the highest national awards that Coldwell Bankers presents its highest achievers. Her thirty years of experience make her a strong negotiator - which is where most deals can fall apart. "The gift that Robin brings to her clients is the art to negotiate the home from the listing to the closing , where most deals can fall apart", said Stephanie Quintana, her Qualifying Broker at Coldwell Banker. This talent makes her a top listing agent at the firm. Her tough competitiveness spills over into her passion for her horses. She is a member of the American Horse Show Association and the New Mexico Hunter Jumper Association. She competes in the jumper divisions in AZ, NM and CO and has placed in the Zone 8 jumpers and in the local 20/30 Club benefiting the Safe House for Children.