ABOUT MICHAEL A. B. ROBBINS, ESQ.
Over sixteen years of real estate legal experience
Approved to work with most lenders
Loves real estate and the law
New England native / graduated from the University of Rhode Island and Suffolk University Law School
Licensed in four states including Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and Florida
Certified Mediator in compliance with Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court
Member of his town’s Zoning Board of Appeals
"I represent every client individually to ensure that their real estate experience is exceptional - real estate is what I do"
“Always do more than is required of you.” — George Patton
Michael A.B. Robbins has over sixteen years of real estate legal experience providing expertise and a team approach for clients dealing with complex residential and commercial real-estate matters. He serves as an exceptional intermediary assuming responsibility for the buyer and seller representation, collaborating with real estate agents and top ranked financial institutions plus working effectively with government agencies. He ensures that meticulous title searches and all documents for a closing are complete. Michael is passionate about his profession and is successful at demystifying complex real estate issues that enable clients to manage risk and make the best decisions. His clients range from first time home buyers and sellers, commercial property owners with high value properties, savvy real estate investors, and leading financial institutions.
He is a New England native and graduated from the University of Rhode Island and Suffolk University Law School. Michael is licensed in four states including Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and Florida. He helps coordinate his firm’s educational services for the benefit of realtors‚ lenders‚ buyers and sellers that will advance their opportunities for success. Michael is a certified Mediator in compliance with Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court statutory requirements.
He is an experienced investor in single family, multifamily and foreclosed properties and serves in a pro bono capacity as a member of his town’s Zoning Board of Appeals where he makes appropriate recommendations and decisions for ensuring complex regulations are applied fairly for residents and businesses.