Victor L. Henry holds a Real Estate license in the state of Texas. Victor previously worked in the Insurance industry from 2001 until 2009. He started his real estate career in 2006. He currently works with Commercial Market Exchange as a Commercial Tenant Representative in the Central Texas region.
In 2009, Victor began working in commercial real estate in the Austin area. He has represented a variety of clients to include churches, software companies, daycares, food prep business, and a men’s group home. His expertise is working on behalf of tenants, helping them locate and negotiate leases.
Victor was raised in Port Arthur, Texas and graduated from Abraham Lincoln High School in 1988. He attended Rice University where he was a member of the football team and graduated in 1993 with a B.A. in Political Science and a B.A. in Human Performance and Sports Sciences. He earned his Masters of Accountancy through the University of Phoenix in 2012.
Victor is also the owner of LearnBrary Social, a professional development curriculum provider. He has authored Commercial Leasing: A Tenant’s Perspective and a Texas Real Estate Commission continuing education course on Tenant Representation.
Victor has volunteered with the National Black MBA-Austin Chapter’s Leaders Of Tomorrow program for high school students and was a Classroom Coach in Austin I.S.D.
Victor has served on the Austin Human Resources Management Association’s (AHRMA) Diversity Committee and has been recognized as Volunteer of the Month. He has served on his church’s Financial Ministry and has been on local and internet radio broadcasts discussing a variety of topics including business and social issues. He has been a guest on KAZI 88.7’s The Wake Up Call with Ms. Natomi Austin. He is the former Co-host of RealEstateOnAir .com (1060 AM – Austin). He is also an instructor/presenter with BigAustin and has been a presenter for Relationship and Information Series for Entrepreneurs (R.I.SE.).
Victor was a member of the Astrodome Rotary from 2003 to 2007 and served as Club President in 2005-2006. He has been a member of the Austin Chapter of 100 Black Men since 2019 and currently serves as Director of Mentorship.