About Robert Pfeif
For over 18 years, Robert Pfeif’s name has been synonymous with trust, expertise, and professionalism within the real estate community. A true leader in his industry, he has developed a reputation as one of the most respected brokers in Orange County. He has been consistently ranked within the top 1% of all real estate professionals in total sales volume nationwide and takes great pride in his work ethic, impeccable attention to detail, personalized service, and dedication to serving the needs of his clients. Earning the trust of his valued clientele has been critical to his success and is of the utmost importance to him. Nothing matters more to Robert than his clients knowing that their properties and best interests are always his top priority.
A second generation realtor, Robert uses his extensive knowledge from previously owning and managing his own successful independent brokerage firm to continually offer his clientele smooth, efficient transactions, creative deal structures, and outstanding decision making. Some of his more noteworthy accomplishments include becoming a licensed California real estate broker in 2000, founding Pfeif Residential Group, Inc. in 2003, serving as a member of the Council of Residential Specialists (CRS), acting as an owner/broker of his own independent company for almost seven years, and managing or handling over $500 million in closed sales volume to date as well as over 900 real estate transactions to date.
A proud University of Southern California alumnus, Robert is a longtime resident of Newport Beach, where he resides with his wife and their four children. In his free time, he enjoys being involved in his children’s sporting activities and his local community. Some of Robert’s community involvement includes being a 16-year resident of the Port Streets, a former member of the Andersen DEANS, an AYSO boys and girls soccer coach, a current PONY baseball coach, assistant, and board member for four years, and a Harbor View swim team board member for six years, as well as having involvement with the Indian Guides and Princesses for 14 years (including his past role as Mohawk Chief).
When not at one of his children’s functions, Robert tries to find time to attend as many USC sporting events as he can.