President – The Raskin Group at Coldwell Banker
License # 01912796
Recognized nationally by Real Estate Forum/Globe Street as one of the Top 40 Real Estate Professionals Under 40 Years Old in the US, Brett has positioned over a million square feet of real estate for sale, ranging in price from $100,000 to over $100 Million. From Single Family Estates and Luxury Townhomes to Oceanfront Condos, Brett is an accomplished specialist in many aspects of real estate sales, management, investment, and marketing. In addition to possessing a traditional real estate background, Brett served as Executive Vice President of Business Development for real estate technology firm AuctionPoint, a LoopNet (NASDAQ: LOOP) invested company where he was instrumental in securing partnerships with NAI Global, Sperry Van Ness and CCIM.
In 2017 Brett was named a “Top Influencer and Game-Changer” by the View Magazine and was ranked in the Top 1% of Real Estate Agents Worldwide based on sales volume. Brett’s hands on and personal approach has received rave reviews from CEO’s, Top Business Executives, Tech Executives, Professional Athletes, Business Managers, Celebrity Clients, and from clients of all backgrounds.
Brett holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and a Master’s degree in Real Estate from Columbia University, where he served as Class President.
A Personal Note From Brett
“I truly look forward to meeting and working with new clients. I love what I do, so its always a gift for me when someone entrusts me by making me a part of their home buying or home selling process.”
Fun Facts About Brett
- Brett’s Great Grandfather Isadore Rosen and Grandfather Phillip Rosen owned and operated one of the first major brick masonry and Real Estate Development businesses in all of New York City. They built many of New York’s most prestigious brick buildings and Brett credits his strong work ethic to his Grandfather’s early influence.
- Brett was also one of the owners of a Sports Bar and Grill in Ann Arbor Michigan called Touchdown Café (Today, called the Blue Leprechaun) which was rated as one of ESPN’s top college sports bars in the United States.
- Brett is also passionate about sports, travel, meaningful friendships, faith and helping others wherever he can