Robin Fowler Hemphill is a native of Monmouth County and was born and raised in the Rumson-Fair Haven area. She has been a Licensed Real Estate Agent since 1982 and trained in marketing luxury homes Robin is one of the most experienced and respected realtors. She is a consistent achiever who knows and analyzes the market at all levels. Robin graduated from Rumson-Fair Haven High School, and went on to earn her Bachelor's Degree in Education at Duke University. After college, she was a flight attendant for Pan American Airways traveling throughout the world and experiencing many cultures. While raising 2 children, Robin volunteered her time in the PTSA, Junior League of Monmouth County, Class Reunion Chairwoman, and Duke University Alumni Interviewer. She loves tennis and golf and is an active member of the Sea Bright Lawn Tennis and Cricket Club, the Sea Bright Beach Club, and the Navesink Country Club. She is married to Joseph Hemphill, a highly respected local contractor. Robin started out in real estate at the Ray Van Horn Agency in Fair Haven, which merged with Burgdorff Realtors, which merged with Coldwell Banker. She made the move to Heritage House Sotheby's International Realty because of her desire to give more personalized service to her sellers. Robin has found that the combination of local expertise paired with the internationally recognized and respected power of Sotheby's is unbeatable for market knowledge and global exposure. In the demanding world of selling real estate, Robin has built her professional reputation on exclusive and responsive quality service to her clients. She looks forward to creating a partnership for success with each of them.