Brian Robbins

Brian Robbins

Brian Robbins has over 20+ years of experience in real estate investment and renovation, and brings extensive knowledge and innovative solutions to the HouseCashin team. Over the years, Brian has been involved in over 300 transactions of income producing properties across the US. Along with his passion for real estate, Brian brings with him a deep understanding of real estate risks and financing. Brian graduated from the University of Houston where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Psychology and an emphasis on multicultural studies. His effective communication and interaction with wholesalers, rehabbers, realtors, tenants, vendors and contractors has allowed him to consistently deliver a superior level of service to all parties involved.

    Brian Robbins's Articles

    • An Inspiration For New Female Real Estate Investors

      Striving to be a successful real estate investor and entrepreneur, I had made it a habit to read about influential individuals so that I could incorporate some of the steps they have taken towards their success.Back in 2013, I came across an article in The Business Journal written about Sallie Krawcheck. Ever since that day, I have read and watched a number of interviews showcasing Sallie’s undeniable contribution to the world, and especially to women’s economic prosperity. From 2002-2011, Krawcheck position as CFO of Citigroup and the head of Merrill Lynch made her the most influential woman on wall street. She…

    • 3 Of The Best Books On Multifamily Investing Of All Time

      One of the most important elements of being a successful entrepreneur is to continuously keep learning. From Bill Gates reading over 50 books a year, to self made millionaire Mark Cuban reading for at least 3 hours a day, all of today’s business leaders invest in the deliberate practice of learning through books. After reading tons of life-changing single-family real estate investment books, the game changer in my real estate investing journey came after I picked up my first book on apartment complexes.I had previously invested in single family homes and stand alone commercial buildings, but was always intimidated by multifamily…

    • Find The Best Hard Money Lender for Your Next Flip

      Referrals, referrals, referrals! As soon as I get a property under contract, the first thing I do is reach out to real estate investment clubs in town, and ask them to give me a few hard money lender recommendations.I have found local investment clubs to be the most qualified referral source because their members obtain loans on a regular basis. If a lender provides poor customer service, the news spreads like wildfire throughout the REI community. How to Pick a LenderBased on my experience, I have discovered that the best way to select a hard money lender is to start with…

    • Why Now Is The Best Time To Become A Landlord

      Why Purchase Rental Property Now?Why is it smart to consider purchasing a rental property today, especially one you’ll be the landlord for?The United States Census Bureau constantly puts out data on homeownership rates, residential vacancies, asking rent rates, estimated housing inventory, and many other details surrounding the housing industry.When you overlay that data on top of the demographic makeup of our population, you get a clear picture of what direction our housing market is moving towards. From its peak in 2008, the rental vacancy rate has decreased year over year. While at the same time, asking rental rates have been steadily…

    • How The COVID-19 Pandemic Is Affecting Real Estate Investors

      Real estate investors nationwide are definitely gearing up for a downward market. With today’s equities drop, I am already hearing chatter of commercial real estate investors switching strategies from holding properties as rentals to offloading them as quickly as possible to end-users.In Houston’s Chinatown, we are already seeing the impact of COVID-19. Restaurants and stores are half empty, and the neighborhood business owners are seeing a tremendous drop in international tourists.How to pay rent and stay afloat during this crisis is already a topic of discussion. Hoping to avoid an increase in evictions, investors are looking to quickly cash out.What…

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