Robert Tait was born in Aurora, Colorado, graduated from Ponderosa High School, did his undergraduate work at University of Northern Colorado, and then went on to Regis University in Denver. He is one of the rare born and raised Colorado natives and currently resides in Denver.
Robert has been in the real estate industry since 2009. During his career, he has led, taught, coached, and mentored thousands of real estate professionals. Robert prides himself in providing concierge-level service for all of his clients. Robert goes into your world holistically to determine the best route for you. Does your real estate support your current needs and future dreams? Robert will make sure it does.
As the Operating Partner of the Keller Williams Highlands Ranch office, Robert quadrupled the business profit in under three years. From there Robert relaunched Keller Williams Northern Colorado, which within four years grew to be one of the top five offices in Northern Colorado. Most recently, he founded Downing Street Group, which is a top-notch real estate team serving the Denver market with Engle & Volkers.
Robert has been awarded Most Ethical Business Owner, 2019 Top 40 Under 40, 2nd youngest multiple franchise owner, is a member of the Admission Committee and co-chairman of the growth committee at the University Club in downtown Denver. Robert started Hunger Free 303. The goal of Hunger Free 303 is to connect families and individuals to food resources so no Coloradan goes hungry. Hunger Free 303 puts on benefit concerts and fundraisers, using local artists, to feed Colorado kids.
Outside of real estate, Robert is passionate about helping other business. He helps business owners grow from having a job to owning a business by mentoring them in team growth. He also assists them with being more community focused which benefits not only the business, but the community as a whole. Robert enjoys everything Denver has to offer from biking to camping and fishing to live music and plays. He’s on a lifelong hunt to find the best whiskey and coffee in town.