Meet the leadership team 

 Integrity  Holdings  Group  is  a  Real  Estate  Investment  Company  involved  in  sourcing  and  executing  on  value  add  commercial  opportunities. 




 Travis Cotter has been involved in real estate since 2007, and has an extensive background in residential and commercial real estate investments, with a primary focus in site development and multifamily assets. Travis is jokingly known as “the deal killer” by his peers as his extensive underwriting techniques often uncover expenses and costs to a project often not disclosed. This process keeps his projects and his investors in a place of safety and stability. Travis values relationships in his business dealings and believes we can go fast alone, but far together.  Travis is married to his wife Stacey with their beautiful daughter Shay. They enjoy hiking, surfing, beach days, and working with dogs in Stacey’s dog training business. As a Managing Partner in one of NJ’s largest investment firms, he has done over $50 million in transactions, as well as executed on several subdivisions in 2018 that totaled in over 100 single family homes throughout NJ.  Travis’ company was invited to join the Forbes NY business council, an invitation-only community of topflight companies and executives.  


Steven Libman


 Steven Libman graduated from Boston University in 2004 and has spent over 10 years in Real Estate, first as a Broker for several years, then as an investor. Steven endeavors to partner with growth oriented, like minded partners and investors to assist them in achieving their goals of passive income and generational wealth creation.   Steven is one of the Managing Partners of a residential investment firm based in NJ, which has become one of the largest private investment companies in the state, doing over $50 million in transactions, and over 150 deals a year. Steven and his bride Grace were married in 2007, and delight in their 2 daughters Cadence and Harper. Steven is an active member and sits on the board at their church, sits on the Rutgers advisory board on design thinking, and has been published in Forbes multiple times this year.