A true Floridian born and raised in Palm Beach County. Bob is a true Florida native born and raised in Palm Beach County. He is a graduate of Cardinal Newman High School and Loyola University of the South. He began his real estate career in 1972 and has been active in the market for over 46 years.
Bob is the son of one of the pioneer real estate attorneys in the county. His family is large and close. He has six (6) siblings with careers ranging from attorneys, a judge, a forensic accountant, pharmacist and engineers. They work closely together offering each other advice in the various aspects of their careers. Both Bob and Anne say they learned more real estate at the dinner table than they ever did in school. His father, Bill Bosso, Sr. would tell stories of cases involving real estate contracts, developers, disputes and how to handle them, how to close a sale and what not to do. He taught us to be DEAL MAKERS, rather than Deal Breakers.
Immediately upon graduation from Loyola he and Anne came back to Palm Beach County and enrolled in Real Estate School. After his initial apprenticeship with Richman Realty, Bob started his own firm, Robert Bosso Realty Services, Inc. He soon became a noted professional due to his strong moral compass and ethics.
In his younger years, Bob Bosso was a well-known champion golfer. He played on the golf team in college. He knows the county golf courses and frequently pairs clients with a course or development to suit their golf and financial needs. Although he no longer plays tournament golf he still plays regularly. Along with his brother Bill and brother-in-law Angelo they won the PBC Bar Association Golf Tournament 23 years in a row. His knowledge of golf and the county’s golf courses has been a valuable asset to his business. After just a few minutes of talking to a client he can tell them about almost any course in the county, in fact he can tell them about almost any hole. Anne was about to write an offer on a golf course home one day, and she asked Bob about the location. He looked at the client and said, “you don’t want to buy that house unless you want your kids to swim with helmets on every time they go in the backyard. There’s a dog-leg just before that green and only really experienced golfers can hit the ball without it going into those yards.” A few minutes later Anne and her client were back in the car.
Today Bob focuses primarily on Property Management, and commercial sales and leasing. He manages the office and reviews the contracts. Bob is still the glue that binds the office.