Bobby is no stranger to the Southern California scene and has a knack for fitting in with persons from all walks of life. He grew up in the Westminster area and started working at a local Christmas tree lot during the holiday season. When he was not working, Bobby spent most of his teenage years playing baseball under Legendary High School baseball coach Dave Demarest. Bobby credits coach Demarest in showing him what it meant to be a great leader and team player. Soon, he realized that he loved to work with people. He started his professional career in the insurance industry and soon found his way into the mortgage and real estate industry. Bobby brings 15 years of mortgage and real estate industry experience where he was worked as a loan originator, account manager, REO auction team lead, and portfolio manager. His experience ranges from sales, portfolio management, customer retention, and REO loss mitigation strategies. Bobby also brings 10 years of insurance industry experience and helped his wife build a successful insurance business. He also spent some time in his professional career with the federal government where he was able to put his client services and problem solving skills to the test. He earned his Associates of Science degree in Criminal Justice Administration and eventually went on to graduate with his Bachelors of Science degree in Homeland Security and Emergency Management. He uses his experience to be proactive rather than reactive and is very systematic in his approach to helping his clients during their home purchasing and selling needs. Bobby truly believes in the Golden Rule and applies the principle to both his personal and professional life. He is a leader in his community where he has volunteered countless hours to the local softball and baseball leagues and as a mentor for the California Sunburst Youth Academy based out of the Los Alamitos Joint Training Facility. When he is not helping his clients, Bobby enjoys spending time with his wife and three children. He spends his free time by staying active and hanging out with his family watching baseball games.