For over 34 years, Bob Lee has acquired vast knowledge and experience including commercial development, new homes, resale homes, land and subdivision development.
Date June 2, 2010 at 10:00 PM
Categories Real Estate
A native to Santa Fe, Bob Lee Trujillo was born at the Santa Fe Cradle Home in 1953. His father, Berlin Trujillo, retired from the State of New Mexico Highway Department and his mother, Maude (Martinez) Trujillo, retired from the State of New Mexico Attorney General's Office. Both are still happily living in Santa Fe.
Having now been a professional local real estate broker for over 34 years, Bob Lee has acquired vast knowledge and experience in many different facets of the business including commercial development, new homes, resale homes, land and subdivision development. Bob Lee's easy going manner and commitment to providing the best service possible to his customers and clients have assisted him in becoming one of Santa Fe's most successful Realtors. In 1993, the people of Santa Fe voted Bob Lee "Best Realtor of the Year" in the annual "People's Choice Awards" sponsored by the Santa Fe Reporter. Bob Lee was awarded the “1999 Associate Realtor of the Year” award by the Santa Fe Association of Realtors.
Bob Lee is a firm believer in "giving back" to the profession he is a part of thereby enabling the professionals and the business to continually improve. He is presently serving on several professional organizations and committees relating to real estate, as he has for the past 34 years.
One of the most enjoyable aspects of Bob Lee's life is to spend time with his beautiful daughter, Delilah, who is currently working with Bob selling real estate as a licensed Real Estate Broker. Being a Godfather to six wonderful Godchildren imparts a feeling of making a difference in the development of our future generation...not to mention the entertainment value!
"Having been given the opportunity to be born, grow up and live in such a unique and glorious locale, it is my pleasure to be able to give back to the people that make Santa Fe what it is."