About Rob Schlegel
I genuinely like my clients and here's why
I could tell you I'm a great guy but let's get real! Not everyone "clicks" and I believe that's necessary to effectively work together. I don't insist on buyer-broker contracts, which if signed, locks a buyer and agent together for a set period of time. If you're not happy with me or my service, we part ways and remain on friendly terms. If you ask me to work with you to buy a home, I simply ask for your loyalty -- I'm your one-and-only agent.
In return, I'll provide you with great service and will be accessible. If I can't answer my phone, I promise to return your phone calls promptly (not at "my earliest convenience" as some agents say).
While I like to know my clients, it's also good if you know a bit about me. Here are a few details:
I moved to Las Vegas in 1974 to become production manager of the Valley Times, a small daily newspaper. When the paper closed in 1984, I was the de-facto general manager. With a business partner, I took over Las Vegas Today, one of the largest, local tourist publications and honored all of the pre-paid advertising that had been sold in the Valley Times.
In 1986, I became publisher, editor and owner of the Las Vegas Bugle, the local LGBT newspaper. I also owned Bright Pink Literature and helped organize many charitable and civic organizations. After selling the newspaper in 2002, I ran a medical practice for a local physician.
In 2004, after being a participant in several real estate transactions, I returned to school and obtained my real estate license. Initially, I worked at Century 21 Solutions, transferring to Elite Realty in 2007, where I remain today.
While I have an office on South Eastern Ave., I work mostly from my home and often meet clients at Starbucks (no coffee at the office!). When you call or email, you'll get me directly and not an assistant.
So when you decide that you'd like to buy or sell a home in the Las Vegas areas, please contact me.