Andre Robinson is a master negotiator, expert in asset liquidation and acquisitions. His in-depth knowledge of office systems and automation will make your transaction seem effortless.
Sellers: Marketing is his specialty. With a database of over 10,000 past clients and associates, he can sell your property fast for a fair price.
Buyers: Whether first-time, move-up, scaling down, income or luxury properties, he understands the economic effect that your purchase will have on you in both the short and long term.
Landlords and Investors: He knows property management, with over 10 years experience. Whether luxury rentals, PHA (section 8), or income based subsidized housing, his focus on compliance and cash flow will make sure your property investments will provide you with sustainable income for years to come.
When and Why did you become a realtor?
August 2006. Land is the reason for every major war and conflict. He who owns the most last controls the kingdom.
What neighborhood do you sell and why?
West Philadelphia, University City. University City contains at least three Ivy League and technical colleges and universities specializing in medicine, engineering and science. This makes for a great mix of students, faculty and professional buyers and sellers.
Tell us about the best deal you’ve ever had.
The transaction was between a mother and son. They used FHA. He got a gift of equity from his mom, which allowed him to purchase the property with only $1,500.
Fill in the blank: “As a real estate professional, I ____ for my clients”
Andre Robinson: “stay educated”
What do you think the next hot area is to buy?
West Philadelphia/University City
Name 3 things you love about Philadelphia:
1. Affordable properties
2. A fair amount of undeveloped land
3. Close proximity to New York, Boston, New Jersey, Delaware and Baltimore
Describe your perfect Cheese steak:
Covered in fried onions
What are your favorite activities outside of work?
Watching reality TV, reading and flying kites.
Anything you want to add?
Enjoy your transaction.
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