Brian Trow

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Brian Trow
Born Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Nationality American
Occupation House "Flipper"

Brian Trow is a co-founder of Atlanta-based Foundations Investment Group, LLC, with Peter Pasternack.[1] He and the company, which was established in 2005,[2] specialize in "flipping" houses. Some of the endeavors of the company, founded in 2005,[3] are featured in two seasons of the television series Flip This House. In season three, they work alongside — and provide the capital for — private house-flippers Angela and Harris Wilford; in season four, however, they go out on their own.[4] Trow, who is Foundations' creative director, takes on the role of general contractor on the job site and regularly provides piece-to-camera updates in the recorded flips.

Personal life

Trow's father, Don, an industrial arts and woodworking teacher,[3] appears in the season-four episode of Flip This House entitled "Flip in Trouble". His mother, Shirley, also appears in a later episode during the same season.

Trow graduated from Wartburg College, Iowa, with a degree in Fitness Management.[3] He lives in Atlanta with his wife, Patti.[3] They have two children: Laughton, a boy (born 2011), and a girl, Tatum (born 2013).


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