Helping you find your slice of paradise....
Paradise for so many people can be very different that's why it's very important to fully understand the desires of your client. Everyone has their own unique lifestyle and set of needs. It's not about making a sale, it's about making a match.
Paradise for Kelly is spending time with her family, just being out on the water, relaxing on the islands, fishing for anything under the sun. Whether it's riding around on the golf cart picking blackberries or listening to live music while watching the kids have a dance party, Kelly and her family just love their community of Orange Beach.
Kelly Robertson was born and raised in Gulf Shores, Alabama. Her parents, Charlie and Candy Ellisor, moved to Gulf Shores in the 1970s and opened Tropical Expression, the first surf and sport shop on the island. Kelly's father was called into the ministry and so her family pulled up their southern roots and ventured out west to Colorado trading the white sand of the gulf coast for the white mountains of Colorado.
Kelly graduated from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado with a Bachelors of Science in Business and minor in Exercise Science. Kelly worked in property management for Durango Mountain resort as well as teaching children's ski school. After graduating from college, the warm sandy beaches and sweet southern sun of the Gulf Coast called. Kelly returned to Orange Beach in 2006.
Kelly worked as property manager for over 200 Orange Beach condos and homes. She developed meaningful relationships with her clients while helping them transition from the purchase of the property to creating a successful, income producing retreat.
Kelly and her husband, Kyle Robertson, own Paradise Pools in Orange beach. They have two beautiful children who are 5 and 2 that are the most meaningful part of their lives.
Kelly's other passion and area of community involvement is animal rescue. After rescuing both her Shepard breed mixes Chloe and Cera, she became heavily involved in several rescue groups for dogs and cats in the Baldwin county area.