Robin Sue in the News:


May 3 , 2012 – National Building Museum Spotlights Tucson Home
by Carli Brosseau, Arizona Daily Star

(Tucson, AZ) – The National Building Museum is featuring a Ventana Canyon House built by Tucson architect Rick Joy in its most recent long-term exhibition. The house, at 6620 N. Eagle Ridge, is now for sale, listed at $5.2 million, according to the website of Robin Sue Kaiserman, the Long Realty real estate agent representing the sellers.
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May 2 , 2012 – Local Home and Architect Featured in National Building Exhibition

(Tucson, AZ) – Long Realty’s Robin Sue Kaiserman recently announced that the Ventana Canyon House was selected by the National Building Museum to be in its House and Home Exhibition in Washington, D.C.
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April 19, 2012 -Being Particular Pays Off
Robin Sue Kaiserman receives Barrington Long Lifetime Achievement Award

(Tucson, AZ) – Robin Sue Kaiserman was recently bestowed the Barrington L. Long Lifetime Achievement Award for her outstanding service and impact on real estate in the community.
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June 16 , 2008 – Success in bad times; Robin Sue Kaiserman is picky about homes, clients
by Ed Egger

In 23 years in the residential real estate business,Robin Sue Kaiserman has had a lot of good years. But 2007 was the best year ever.
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$4.2 million home sale sets local Realtors record
by Joseph Barrios

The most expensive home ever sold through the Tucson Association of Realtors Multiple Listing Service – a European style Villa complete with a 3,327 square foot airplance hangar – changed hands last week for $4.2 million. The house was bought by Robert Beaudry, presidnet of Beuadry RV….. >>read full article



January 30 , 2007 – Realtors home sales data – one way to see who’s on top
by Joseph Barrios

A new year brings a new set of “rankings” from the Tucson Association of Realtors Multiple Listings Service. …Despite a slower market in 2006, Kaiserman had her best year, with more than $59 million in buyer and seller listings in the MLS….. >>read full article



Tucson homes for sale, Arizona Daily Star, Feb. 8, 2005February 8, 2005 – 2 reach home sales mark of $50 million
by Joseph Barrios

You’d think being at the top of their game would bring more enthusiastic responses from Robin Sue Kaiserman and Russell P. Long, both of whom made record home sales in 2004 of approximately $50 million. Kaiserman, something of a celebrity in the business, was tops in sales for nine years, according to Tucson Association of Realtors’ Multiple Listing Service data….. >>read full article



Tucson homes for sale, Feb. 24, 2002February 24, 2002 –Top Realtor gets inside heart, mind of the client
by Macario Juarez Jr.

She doesn’t sell houses she thinks are overpriced or won’t hold their value. She doesn’t tell clients only what they want to hear. She doesn’t impose herself on people just to get their business. It’s what she doesn’t do – as much as what she does do – that has made Robin Sue Kaiserman the area’s top-grossing real estate agent for nine years running. Last year alone, she sold…. >>read full article



The Arizona Daily Star, January 23, 2000, Luxury Tucson homes for saleJanuary 23, 2000 – Kaiserman No. 1 again with $32 million in home sales
by Macario Juarez Jr.

It’s really hard to imagine any one real estate agent being the top seller, year after year, in one of the Southwest’s hottest housing markets. But Robin Sue Kaiserman did it again in 1999, becoming Tucson’s top seller for the seventh straight year with $32.1 million in sales. It’s the first time an agent has hit the $30 million sales mark….>>read full article



Tucson houses for sale, Arizona Daily Star, January 16, 1999January 16, 1999 – Kaiserman 1st in home sales for 6th time
by Ernie Heltsley

For the sixth straight year, Robin Sue Kaiserman is Tucson’s top-selling residential agent, with 1998 sales of nearly $24 million. Kaiserman, who moved from another company last year to Long Realty’s Foothills Office at North Swan and Sunrise, attributed her continued success to being in “such a strong office.” ….>>read full article



Jan. 15, 1998, Kaiserman top selling Tucson homes for saleJanuary 15, 1998 – Long Realty’s Kaiserman is tops again
by Ernie Heltsley

Robin Sue Kaiserman is the top-selling Tucson real estate agent for the fifth year in a row, with more than $19 million in sales last year. Kaiserman won despite moving to Long Realty in the waning days of 1996 from Coldwell Banker Success Realty, where she was the leading seller of houses for seven years in a row. Also notable is that Long Realty agents took the top five spots of the top 10 selling agents in the city, according to the Tucson Association of Realtors’ Multiple Listing Service figures…..>>read full article



Article: February 12, 1995 - Tucson homes for sale, No. 1 local real estate agentFebruary 12, 1995 – No. 1 home seller finds being ‘picky’ pays; R. Kaiserman succeeds with quality listings
by Ernie Heltsley

Robin Sue Kaiserman has the luxury of demanding “quality, not quantity” and still coming out as the No. 1 home seller in Tucson. She says she’s not a hard driving businesswoman, but she persuades a lot of people to make the investments of their lives with her. Kaiserman grossed $14.5 million in house sales….>>read full article

What Clients say about Robin Sue…

Dear Robin Sue:

In 2004, you helped Leslie and I find and buy a beautiful house in Ventana Canyon. Now, seven years later, I want to thank you for helping us sell that same home for a solid price in a tough market. There are clearly a lot more sellers than buyers in our price range these days, and I’m confident your advice about how to stage our home for showing was an important factor in attracting our buyer. Everything you did to help sell our home seemed to work perfectly.

I wasn’t even surprised that our buyer was also one of your clients. I know that your list of contacts is long and that your reputation generates lots of referrals. I appreciate that representing a buyer and seller in the same transaction puts a lot of pressure on you to be sure that you treat both parties equally and fairly. I want you to know that Leslie and I were both completely satisfied with all of the details and arrangements involved with the transaction, and I expect the buyer felt exactly the same way. You are a trustworthy professional.

Thank you again for your excellent work on our behalf. You have my highest recommendation, anytime you need it.


Dale Kunkel, Ph.D.
Professor of Communication
University of Arizona

“Robin Sue knows the market, knows her craft, and knows her clients.  If it can be done, she’ll make it happen.”

Lawrence Ponoroff and Monica Ponoroff
Dean, College of  Law
University of Arizona