Bob Serotta | Featured Agent

Bob Serotta

Bob Serotta | Feature Agent


Baltimore, Maryland

What Is One Special Thing About the Place You Grew Up?

The pro sports teams in Baltimore in the late 60’s and early 70’s were all top contenders.  My father took me to see the World Series, the Major League Baseball playoffs, and the NFL playoffs in person. I will never forget those experiences.

Number of Years in Real Estate:



Golf, Skiing, Swimming, Reading, Politics

Describe Yourself In 5 Words:

Funny, Competitive, Sarcastic, Outgoing, and Inquisitive

Favorite Colorado Past-time:

Skiing on a big powder day

Favorite Place to Grab a Drink:

My backyard patio with friends

One Unusual Thing About You:

My friends and colleagues call me by the nickname “Starchy”.  At times, I can be a bit conservative and uptight.

In What Ways Are You Involved in Your Community?

I have served on the board of a local Non- Profit called Project Pave for the last eight years.  The mission is to empower youth to end the cycle of relationship violence.

What Is One Item on Your Bucket List?

Sky Diving

What Is Your Proudest Accomplishment?

Having a successful marriage and raising a wonderful daughter who is now in college.

How Do You Define Success?

Balance = Family, work, fun, community

If You Could Master Any Skill That You Don’t Currently Have, What Would It Be and Why?

I’d love to learn how to play the guitar or the piano. Music is something I can’t live without, but I have never been musically inclined.

What Is the Most Adventurous Thing You’ve Ever Done?

Helicopter Skiing in Canada

What’s the Best Concert You’ve Ever Been To?

Beach Boys and Crosby Stills and Nash in 1974.  I was 15 years old.

If You Could Have Any Superpower What Would It Be?

It’s not a superpower, however, if I could have 20/20 vision forever it would be great!

Biggest Pet Peeve:

Dull Knives and Dull people

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