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The impact of a real estate project is personal for Christian.

A year of paralegal work opened Christian’s eyes to the role of real estate in our society. He saw the overarching effect that buildings and places can have on individuals and communities, and he felt a strong personal satisfaction knowing he could play a role in that creation.

Connection to community has been important to Christian throughout his life. After his undergraduate education, he spent a year working with fifth graders in Washington, D.C., as part of the City Year AmeriCorps program, and in law school, participated in the Entrepreneurship and Community Development clinic where he supported local entrepreneurs and non-profit affordable housing organizations. The son of Cuban immigrants, Christian maintains a strong connection to that part of his identity and is always looking for ways to help and empower communities.



  • J.D., University of Texas School of Law
    • Chicano/Hispanic Law Students Association (Alumni & Firm Outreach Coordinator)
    • Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic
    • Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy
    • Texas Real Estate Law Society
    • Legal Eagles
  • B.A., New York University
    • Honors Scholar


  • Texas

Professional Memberships and Certifications

  • Real Estate Council of Austin (RECA)
  • Urban Land Institute (ULI)


  • Spanish, Proficient
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Outside the Office

Christian is dedicated to building out his garage gym and can still occasionally dunk a basketball on a 10 foot hoop. Additionally, in 2022, Christian was in the top 2% of Bad Bunny listeners globally on Spotify.