Women in Commercial Real Estate: Cari D. Robinson – Spirit of Texas Bank

by | Sep 1, 2021 | Current Issue, Sep/Oct 21, Women in Business, Women in Commercial Real Estate | 0 comments

Cari D. Robinson

Senior Vice President

Commercial Banking

Spirit of Texas Bank

Cari Robinson is a Senior Vice President with Spirit of Texas Bank and specializes in commercial real estate banking.  Cari brings over 20 years of experience across the commercial real estate sector beginning her real estate career as an advisor for investors and continuing into banking and finance.

Cari and her husband moved to San Antonio in 2014 and she has continued to specialize in CRE banking.  Cari is known for providing efficient and competitive structured debt for clients, specific for their needs, including short-term, construction debt, and longer-term debt strategies.  Most of Cari’s clients include developers, property owners, and investors in CRE.  Cari’s market insight, experience, and knowledge across various real estate asset classes (multi-family, storage, industrial, office, and hospitality) is of great benefit to her clients and to the San Antonio community.

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