President, The Riley Smith Group | Direct: 305-342-1623 | Email: Riley@RileySmithGroup.com
One of the most respected and successful agents in South Florida, Riley Smith takes a business approach to real estate and has closed over $700 million in sales. His approach is grounded in facts and analysis, which has given him the reputation among his peers as a “numbers guy.” Riley relentlessly analyzes the market to help his clients make more informed and confident decisions. Known for making difficult deals happen, he is the voice of reason and works together with all parties towards a successful closing. Riley’s passion, professionalism, and uncanny knowledge of the market allow him to get the job done in a seamless and efficient manner.
Through his Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Brickell and Key Biscayne real estate blogs, Riley disseminates hyper-local market information to thousands of readers around the globe. His personal websites also provide direct international exposure for his listings, an advantage unmatched by any other agent in the South Florida market.
Riley Smith was born and raised in Coconut Grove, FL, where he currently resides with his wife and two daughters. In 2002, he joined EWM Realtors, an affiliate of Berkshire Hathaway, and the premiere real estate brokerage firm in South Florida for luxury homes.
The Riley Smith Group is a team of specialized agents who share Riley’s drive to offer the highest levels of customer service and expertise. Over the past 7 years, The Riley Smith Group has seen a year to year growth of 50% in sales volume.
Riley’s relentless pursuit of excellence also extends to his efforts to give back to the community. Volunteering for numerous organizations, he currently sits on the Board of Directors of The Thelma Gibson Health Initiative in Coconut Grove, which provides programs to help the underserved population obtain health care and psychosocial services. He is also on the Board of Directors of “Act 4 Me,” a non-profit organization that helps local children suffering from neurological disorders and developmental delays get the therapy they need. Riley has previously served on the Board of Directors for The Barnacle Society as well as AMI Kids South, a program that provides support for at-risk youth.