3733 S. Tuttle Avenue, Sarasota, FL
941.924.8346

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clientuploads/Father-Sons.jpgServing Sarasota Since 1971

Now in its 3rd generation this blue ribbon team was founded in Sarasota in 1971 by Harry & Lois Robbins.  Joined by their son Loyd in 1973, these real estate specialists have weathered and prospered in both robust and sluggish economies.  Now, more than 30 years later, this tradition of excellence in client service continues as Loyd's sons, Kevin and Troy, have joined the team.  Together they are integral members of this highly experienced family business committed to your vision and your future.

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What Clients Are Saying

I first got to know Jeff when our company was leasing a warehouse where he was serving as the property manager. Jeff was always professional, courteous and quick to respond to our needs. Eventually we outgrew that location and decided that it was time to purchase a commercial building of our own. Due to the nature of our business, we had specific criteria regarding the building, functional layout, and location. I called Jeff and within a few days he had multiple properties lined up for us to view. It took a few months, but eventually we found the perfect building and we could not be happier. Jeff’s knowledge and years of experience in the real estate market made the entire process easy and smooth. I would highly recommend him for all of your real estate needs.

AJ Menard, Managing Member - Joe H. Tanner Baseball Products, LLC

Free-Standing Office Building Has Leased In Downtown Sarasota

Posted Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Sarasota, FL (November 21, 2017) - Harry E. Robbins Associates, Inc. has announced today that Ringling Holdings, LLC has leased space to All Veterans All Families Funerals & Cremations at 7 S. Lime Avenue, Sarasota, FL 34237.  Kevin & Troy Robbins handled this transaction.

Florida's Business Rent Tax Now Less Burdensome

Posted: Wednesday, January 3, 2018 - Comments (0)

A drop in Florida's business rent sales tax went into effect on Jan. 1 in 2017, but now in 2018 has dropped