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Rob was born in Nebraska to an Air Force Reserves dad and young mom. After his Mom’s second marriage, they moved to a hog farm in southern Minnesota. Although it wasn’t his idea of fun, he always found comfort in the solitude of the country, and it was also where he met one of his best friends, along the same gravel road where he lived. His grandparents were instrumental in his upbringing, showing him the importance of family gatherings and teaching him about a solid work ethic.
After high school, Rob enlisted in the Navy, active duty from 1992-1996. His emphasis was on meteorology and oceanography. His first orders sent him to Guam, where he spent a little over two years. Then he was stationed on the USS Abraham Lincoln for the remainder of his active duty. It was the mixture of his military experiences, his personality, and the values he was taught growing up that helped him realize that real estate might just be his destiny.
He’s moved over 28 times. It’s pretty safe to say that Rob knows a thing or two about major life transitions. And that’s exactly how he became known as Your Transition Agent. It’s also why he believes that living in a home that matches your time and energy will allow you to travel more, do more, and have more in life through journeys and creating memories. Life is too short to bypass those opportunities.
Today, Rob helps down-sizers transition swiftly and seamlessly into a smaller space so they can enjoy a larger life. He’s very passionate about an outcome that provides all people with a richer, more meaningful life. He has an incredible talent for spatial planning, no matter the size of the home. And most importantly, he believes that buying or selling a home is much more than a transaction—it’s a transition.
When he isn’t helping people transition into their next phase of life, he’s spending time with his dog, Tillie, and learning about history, hidden cities, and old civilizations. Yes, Rob Gintner can teach us something about living a quality of life we all deserve, and how to make our home space both personal and purposeful. His own life transitions have shaped his outlook and talents, and as a result, the meaningful space of all those who cross his path.