The Story of Braustin

The name may be new to the manufactured home industry, but we’re not.

In January of 2017, after years of selling and managing teams for big name companies in the mobile homes industry, my brother, Jason, and I (Alberto) decided it was time to venture out on our own. Our dream was, and still is, to bring back the personal touch that only a small, family owned and operated business can bring.

The Name “Braustin”

We grew up as three brothers—Braustin is a combination of our middle names. Our youngest brother, Jonathan, who sadly passed away in 2015, planted the seed that hasnow become Braustin. This company is as much Jonathan’s legacy as it is ours, and we pour our entire selves into the work we do for our clients to honor his memory.

We are born and raised San Antonio locals which meanssouth Texas is, and always will be, home. That’s why we love helping other families plant roots here.We’re hard working Texans just like you, putting in a good honest day’s work to put food on the table.

The Braustin Difference

Braustin is here to Bring Trust Back to Mobile Homes, a goal we try to reach on every mobile home sale, no matter how big or small. When making one of the most important financial decisions of your life, you need to know the company you trust with your first home purchase is going to walk you through the home buying process every step of the way.

We strive to provide you with all the information you need to make a smart buying decision and believe that everyone wins when we focus on educating instead of selling. Part of trust comes from communication, that’s why we will stay in frequent contact with you during this process to make sure you stay updated on your future home.

Keeping Our Homes Affordable

We started this company to help as many families as possible become homeowners. For this reason, we focus on starter homes and first-time home buyers. Our home prices are all the lowest possible from factories who keep low overhead expenses in order to pass savings on to our customers.

We can help you and your family purchase just the home or work with you to put together a land and home package with our lenders who specialize in financing mobile homes.

We thank you for the opportunity to earn your business and can’t wait to welcome you to the Braustin Family!

Braustin in the Community

Our focus as a company goes beyond profit. We want to see our state and local communities flourish in a time where housing has become increasingly more difficult for the mid-range earner to purchase.

Home ownership has a great, positive impact on self-confidence, sense of security, and responsibility in both adults and children.

We take time to get connected with our community and bring awareness to both the lack of affordable housing options and what we’ve done to be part of the solution.

The Texas Tech University H.U.M.S. Project

The Arts and Sciences Department at Texas Tech University launched the H.U.M.S (Home Utility Management System) research project earlier this year headed up by Brian Ancell, Ph.D. and Carol Lindquist, Ph.D. They will be utilizing a new Braustin mobile home be their first test home as they develop the interactive system for collecting and using natural resources in place of on-grid utilities.

Official Sponsor of Collier Racing

We are proud official sponsors of Collier Racing. With three generations of race car drivers and excellent mechanics, this is a family steeped in tradition. They have a passion for speed and a love for their community and we couldn’t be happier to partner with the Collier’s as they help spread the word about Braustin.

Loop 107 Burgers, Bakery & More

We featured Loop 107 Burgers located in Adkins, TX on our Doublewide Dude’s podcast. They’re original restaurant started out of a singlewide mobile home they eventually added on to. They have amazing food and onion rings that will go down as local legend. You can listen to the podcast here.

Geekdom Demo Day at the Aztec Theatre

We launched Braustin from the co-working office space in Geekdom located in San Antonio. CEO and co-founder Alberto Pina had the opportunity to participate in the Pre-Accelerator presentation at the Aztec Theatre, educating the community on rising housing costs in Texas and the growing need for a trustworthy, attainable option for the mid-range earner.