A little about me

A native of Miami, Victor “Victorious” Barroso Jr. is a Realtor with a purpose. Finding his true passion in the real estate business, Victor’s main motivation is bringing people together and finding joy in everything… a perfect description of matching client with the place they will call home. Victor’s story, and path to his career, are rooted in a deeply transformative life experience and how one decision can impact a life. Growing up in Miami but with parents of Cuban descent gave Victor a global vision of the world and a sense of adventure. Embracing the diversity of South Florida, he built a successful professional life in real estate at a rather young age, working in property management. As his career progressed, success followed and Victor followed through on his dream to see the country of his parent’s birth. As he and three of his friends set out to explore Cuba, a terrible car accident ended their trip, six lives were lost and Victor, not expected to survive, lost his arm. After years of extreme challenges linked to the accident, Victor has emerged a survivor in every sense of the word. Today, he uses his own experiences to inspire and motivate others. He truly believes in the power of not sweating the small stuff and has found power in knowledge. Victor’s skill set, attitude, life experience and world exposure make the perfect fit for today’s real estate market. The ability to create a vision of life in a new home or help an investor realize a properties fullest potential brings Victor true joy. Clients looking for residential, commercial or income-producing properties in Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Brickell and Little Havana will find Victor knowledgeable and friendly with a command of the current market. Competitive by nature, Victor brings the same level of passion and enthusiasm to the negotiating table as he does to his love of sports, especially baseball, which he has played since the age of eight. His is an avid reader who engages in philanthropic endeavors whenever possible. His current passion project is to create a non-profit to assist amputees and veterans, creating accessible areas in homes and facilities for those who need them most. A ten percent donation from each of his home sales benefit the charity. His is fluent in English and Spanish.