Robin is a native Minnesotan, having grown up in Wabasha on the Mississippi River. She obtained her degree from Concordia University majoring in marketing and management. Robin worked twenty years at Mayo Clinic before starting her real estate career in 2000. She has been an extremely active member of the community including her volunteer work with Rochester Better Chance for 16 years. Robin and her husband Scott raised their two children in Rochester. Robin’s energy and dedication to the art of real estate is what sets her apart from all others. Customer service is paramount to Robin and to everyone in the Gwaltney Group. Her love of life is infectious and she considers her customers her friends. Her leadership and drive are the motivating factors that make the Gwaltney Group so successful.
Rochester Real Estate Market Remains Healthy Despite Pandemic
The real estate market in Rochester and throughout southeastern Minnesota remained healthy during the first quarter of this year, despite the impact of the pandemic in the final weeks of March. Robin Gwaltney, with Gwaltney Group-RE/MAX Results, shares the latest data for the region and why she'…
Realtors Are Considered Essential in Minnesota During COVID-19 Pandemic
Governor Tim Walz has included realtors on the list of essential jobs in Minnesota's Stay at Home order due to the coronavirus pandemic. Robin Gwaltney with Gwaltney Group-RE/MAX Results is working to serve those who find themselves in circumstances that require they buy or sell a home during t…
It is Possible to Buy and Sell Homes During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Robin Gwaltney, with Gwaltney Group RE/MAX Results, describes the steps she and her team are taking to ensure the safety of everyone involved as well as the technological innovations that allow for remote viewings of homes being offered for sale.
The Impact of COVID-19 on the Rochester Real Estate Market
The new coronavirus is impacting almost every aspect of society, including the real estate market. Robin Gwaltney with Gwaltney Group-RE/MAX Results talks about the impact and throws in some advice for first-time homebuyers in the busy spring season.