Though Samuel Oshana calls Miami Beach home these days, he was actually born in Boston and had significant success in New York, as well. There is a good reason he now considers Miami to be his home these days. Over past few years, Sam has focused primarily on Florida real estate, to the point that he recently added a brokerage license to his investment broker’s licenses. That’s because he sees his ability to make even more investments in Florida commercial and residential real estate as a great next move in a business and investment career that has been full of great moves. By incorporating his real estate license into his investment portfolio, he has been able to expand his range and improve his already enviable return on investment.
Most of the time these days, Sam Oshana now purchases distressed properties for a low price in neighborhoods that are considered "up-and-coming." He then makes all needed repairs and brings them back to their previous glory, after which he sells the homes for a significant profit to people who absolutely love them.
Samuel Oshana has been very successful in several business areas in both New York and Florida. His skill as an investment professional is such that he has always been able to make the best possible return on any investment. With a special knack for being able to start up a brand new company and guide it into great success, his instincts seem unmatched these days. One of his favorite examples of his prowess came with his role as a key player in the startup of merchant payment processor Apex Data Systems, which he led to phenomenal growth and eventually sold for a huge profit.
Over the course of his impressive career, Samuel Oshawa has worked with some of the highest-profile investment brokerages in the country. He held series 7, 63 and 55 licenses, which allowed him to sell all types of securities and to engage in equity trading, as well. It was then that he learned as much as possible about the value of investment and how to maximize investment returns, which is why he continues to loan capital, while using their real estate as collateral.