J. Robert Taylor
- J.D., University of Santa Clara, (1992) (Admitted to California Bar 1992)
- A.B. University of California at San Diego, (1976)
- President, Taylor Properties, a residential and commercial real estate brokerage
- Trustee on the Board of Channing House, a non-profit senior care facility 2005-2014
- District Chairman for 2004 of the Palo Alto District of the Silicon Valley Board of Realtors.
- Director- California Association of Realtors- 2004
- Santa Clara County Superior Court Judicial Arbitration panelist 1999- present
- Adjunct Faculty teaching real estate at the College of San Mateo- 2005- present
- California Bar (1992)
- California Real Estate Broker (1983)
- California State Bar
- Palo Alto Bar Association
- Santa Clara County Bar Association
- National Association of Realtors
- California Association of Realtors
- Silicon Valley Association of Realtors
- Palo Alto Realtor of the Year- 2004-2005
- Real Estate Law : All phases transactional real estate including: tax deferred exchanges, commercial sales and leasing, option agreements, hotel/motel sales, residential sales and leasing, and financing and security documents. Qualified in San Mateo County Superior Court and Santa Clara County Superior Court as an expert witness.
- Brokerage: Mr. Taylor personally supervises hundreds of real estate transactions each year that included: single family dwellings, multi- unit apartments, commercial/industrial buildings, land for development. Taylor Properties currently manages over $40,000,000 in commercial and residential real estate. For the past 20 years Mr. Taylor has been a leader in the Bay Area real estate community and recently served as Chairman of the Palo Alto District of the Silicon Valley Board of Realtors and a Director for the California Association of Realtors, and currently authors a monthly column of real estate for the Palo Alto Weekly and the Palo Alto Daily.
(650) 322-4433 ext: 111
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