Team Robinson- Nevada County’s Relocation Experts
March 17, 2017
Ken and Sabrina Robinson are Realtors who are living out their dreams in the Sierra Foothills.
The couple built their life in the Bay Area where they spent nearly three decades raising a family. Ken was in the commercial printing business for thirty years and Sabrina was in the dental field. But when the printing jobs started to be sent out of the country to China and Mexico, the couple decided to reinvent themselves.
The Robinsons began buying real estate early in their marriage "Back when it was affordable," Ken joked.
They bought a fixer upper home, lovingly restored it, and then sold it. They used the money they made to buy and sell another fixer upper, then another, and just kept working on the houses in their "spare time," getting them to a condition where they loved them and then passed them along to buyers to raise their family in.
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Throughout those years of working and fixing up houses, Ken and Sabrina would bring their kids up to this area and fell in love with western Nevada County. That was why, when they decided to make a major life change, the Robinsons chose Grass Valley as their new home town.
Since they have recently relocated to Nevada County themselves, the Robinsons have some great insights for people who are interested in relocating here from another town, or even choosing to move within our diverse communities.
Both members of the Robinson team enjoy the many recreation opportunities that living here affords them, as well as the wonderful community events and groups that welcome everyone.
Sabrina enjoys volunteering as a youth mentor at Twin Cities Church, while Ken cherishes old cars, skiing and cycling. Sabrina said. "We love the opportunities to be outdoors with our dogs, enjoying the small town feel and friendliness, and want to be involved in sharing that with others."
The couple also pride themselves on their approach to life by bringing essential values into everything they do professionally. "What got me through many years in a competitive business was dealing with similar people of integrity," Ken explained. "It's a foundation that not only strengthens our careers, but our lives."
Both Ken and Sabrina have great tips for anyone looking to relocate.
They can connect you with many community service providers who will help make your transition easier. Ken explains, “With the sale of your house in the Bay Area it might be a benefit to purchase a great Nevada County home for your family and possibly an investment or rental property with the proceeds.”
Sabrina adds that anyone looking to relocate should explore all of the different styles of housing options and types of homes. She says that in the Bay Area the choices are many, but in the Foothills you have so many unique styles. This includes historical Victorians, modern mansions, ranches, gated lakeside communities and more within 973 square miles.
"I love the central location of Nevada County between the mountains of Tahoe and the Sacramento Valley where there are opportunities for culture. We especially enjoy hiking along the rivers and boating in the beautiful lakes." Sabrina said. "There's so much room to roam."
The Robinsons are driven to represent their clients with integrity, individualized attention, respect, and are competitive with innovative marketing strategies.
Call Ken or Sabrina to begin the process of making your Sierra Foothills dreams come true.
Sabrina Robinson 650-291-5123 BRE# 2014894
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