I believe I am well qualified to assist Veterans on every level and I want them to know who I am and that I am there for them. I look forward to working with them in whatever capacity they need.”
— Bob Breathitt
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA , USA, April 18, 2018 / -- Bob Breathitt is a commendable, respected and trustworthy Real Estate Agent at Southern Real Estate Sales in Pensacola, Florida. He is also licensed to work in the State of Alabama.

Bob was born in San Diego, California, due to his father being stationed at Camp Pendleton as a Marine Corps Boot Camp Instructor. The family later moved to Marin County in Northern California where he graduated from San Rafael High School.

Upon graduation, Bob enlisted in the United States Navy and went to Boot Camp at Naval Air Station, San Diego. He says, "I was able to get a Military Occupational Specialty (MOS), in Aviation Electronics. My dad, a Marine Corps Veteran with multiple tours in Vietnam, didn’t want me in Vietnam, because he truly loved his son. That, alone, really played a big part in my decision. I looked up to him and respected his advice.”

Bob was then transferred across the country to the very prestigious Naval Aviation "A" School in Millington, Tennessee, and then to North Island, California to go to school for water and land survival training, then to Moffett Field in California for extensive flight training.

Bob flew on the P-3 Orion Patrol Aircraft, which is uniquely suited as the world’s premier multi-mission maritime long-endurance aircraft. The P-3 performs air, surface and subsurface patrol and reconnaissance tasks over extended periods - far from any support facilities. “I wore several hats.” He recalls. “ I was the communications coordinator and the electronics systems repairman while on flights. The P-3 flew long missions, often 12 to 16 hours. During the mission, if something broke, we fixed what we could.”

Bob was stationed at several bases, including Naval Air Station Barber’s Point Oahu, Hawaii, where he was assigned to Patrol Wing 2, VP-6, which was famously known as “The Blue Sharks.” From there, he flew all over the Western Pacific, Southeast Asia traveling to Korea, Iran, and The Philippines.

It was here in Hawaii that his enlistment contract ended. He completed his 4-year service to the Navy.

Prior to retiring to the Gulf Coast in January of 2000, Bob made his home in Western Kentucky, where he started his Real Estate education with classes in Real Estate Law at The University of Kentucky. He gained experience in building construction, zoning, and plan review and as a property investor.

As a Deputy State Fire Marshall, Bob became interested in Real Estate, since he wore several hats in this position, including City Building Inspector, national B.O.C.A. certified plan reviewer. He learned a great deal about builders, suppliers, electricians, concrete installation and much more. He got to know, very well, the relationships that existed and worked together as a whole, in the Real Estate industry. His relatives were well established there in politics, including positions as the Governor and Attorney General. He says, “I think it was expected of me to get involved in service to the government on some level.”

When his father passed, Bob left the police department to return to be a student full time. He went Austin Peay State University, where he earned his Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, then to the University of Kentucky where he took Real Estate Law courses.

Bob returned to Hopkinsville and joined the Fire Department, was a Fireman for 16 years and was able to retire from the State with 27 years of service in the Military, Police Department and Fire Department.

The best interest of the client is what motivates Bob. He understands that buying and selling Real Estate, especially one's own home, is a very personal and at times an emotional experience. He is involved in every aspect of the process: from competitive market analyses, price opinions, listing, and marketing. “It all comes down to living by the Golden Rule. I always try to treat clients as I'd like to be treated if I were buying or selling my own house.”

In 2000 Bob moved to Pensacola, Florida to retire. He earned his Real Estate license and bought a house near the back gate of Naval Air Station Pensacola, where he now specializes in Military Relocation. He says, “I want to help our Veteran and Active-Duty families any way that I can.”

Bob earned his Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification because he wanted to get the recognition that he is someone who truly cares about those who put their lives on the line for our safety and freedom. “As a Veteran, it is important for other Veterans and Active-Duty families to know that they can choose an expert Real Estate Agent who understands them, has their best interests at heart and will guide them with expertise as they navigate the landscape of homeownership with their PCS timeline and/or their VA Loan. I believe I am well qualified to assist them on every level and I want them to know who I am and that I am there for them. I look forward to working with them in whatever capacity they need.”

Bob’s service areas include Pensacola, Pensacola Beach, Navarre, Navarre Beach, Perdido Key, Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, Foley, Lillian, Naval Air Station Pensacola and surrounding communities.

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