Rob Thomson Blog - Blog Archive: October, 2019

Veteran real estate agent and luxury property mogul Robert Thomson looks back on more than 30 years of success in the industry.

As owner and co-founder of Waterfront Properties, Robert Thomson has enjoyed more than 30 years of real estate success. A leading luxury property specialist based in Jupiter, South Florida, Thomson looks back on his decades-long career, inspired by his mother and fellow Waterfront Properties co-founder, Joan Thomson.

Robert ‘Rob’ Thomson was thrust into the world of high-end real estate at a young age. “I was an unwitting but very willing student in the Joan Thomson School of Real Estate,” he jokes.

Thomson has since gone on to be inducted into Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate’s famous Billionaires Club. At the…

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Realtor and philanthropist Rob Thomson provides an expert insight into some of the Florida town of Jupiter’s most desirable addresses.

Owner and co-founder of one of South Florida’s leading luxury real estate agencies, headquartered in Jupiter, and with further offices in Palm Beach, North Palm Beach, Stuart, and Delray Beach, Rob Thomson of Jupiter is among the region’s most renowned luxury real estate professionals. A Jupiter native, Thomson offers an expert look at some of the area’s most desirable places to buy property.

‘For starters, Pennock Point Road is arguably among the very best places to live in Jupiter,’ suggests Rob. With properties on the exclusive road often boasting several hundred feet of water…

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By Charlotte Otremba
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Rob Thomson began his real estate training listening from the back of his mother’s car. Today, his company, Waterfront Properties, as well as his other endeavors, stretch from Stuart to Delray—not to mention his philanthropic resume that runs miles long.

What was your introduction to real estate?
ROB THOMSON: My mom was a realtor. As a kid, I sat in the passenger seat of her car, and she was always stopping to talk to somebody. I remember thinking, “I can say a lot of this stuff. I can recite it for her if she gets laryngitis. I’ve heard it so many times.” I didn’t realize at the time that I was getting the education of a lifetime. She still works with us. She’s 86 and teaching me every day. 


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