Upon graduating from Texas Tech University in 2014, Robby Lebus immediately jumped into the Fort Worth real estate market. Born and raised here, Robby brings a native’s perspective to his business relationships and truly understands how to meet the needs of the client.
“I wanted to get into real estate mainly because I love Fort Worth,” Robby explains. “Considering the tremendous growth that has already occurred, I am excited by what the future holds. I want to be a part of that and being in real estate puts me right in the middle of what lies ahead for our city. Fort Worth has a rich history and a bright future. I am passionate about both and I love sharing that enthusiasm with my friends, family, and clients.”
On the important decision to join Compass, Robby says, “Few organizations represent the values and integrity that I believe are most important to success in any field. John Zimmerman holds those values, and no other firm in Fort Worth operates with the same level of dedication. Joining John’s team at Compass is an honor and a privilege for me.”
Robby holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology and is an active member of the community as well as the Greater Fort Worth Association of REALTORS, River Crest Country Club, and The Steeplechase Club. However, his real claim to fame is having been one of the members of the West Side Lions Little League baseball team that went to the World Series in 2002. When not showing houses or meeting with clients, you can usually find Robby enjoying hunting and fishing in the great Texas outdoors.