Although he was born in Boston, most of Samuel Oshana’s success has come in New York and Florida, mostly Florida. While living in New York, over a long period of time, Sam built up an impressive track record as an investment advisor. Back then, he worked at some of the most important brokerages in the country, including JP Morgan and Heartland Securities. For years, Sam Oshana has held series 7, 55 and 63 brokers’ licenses and his time as a broker has taught him the importance of making the best possible investment.
These days, Samuel Oshana considers Miami, Florida home. To become an even better investor, Sam obtained a Florida real estate brokerage license. That has given him the ability to invest more in Florida residential and commercial real estate. His favorite investment these days is to find distressed properties and transform them into homes people want to buy. He then sells the properties for top dollar, which is an excellent return on an investment. As an investment advisor and broker, Sam Oshana can help anyone increase their wealth.
In the deep dark past of Samuel Oshana’s career, he worked at a few of the largest brokerages in the country, including such stalwarts as JP Morgan and Heartland Securities. In those days, as now, he obtained and maintained brokerage licenses in series 7, 55 and 63, so he could engage in any trades for his clients. Back then, he managed to learn a whole lot about the value of investment and how to maximize investment returns for the benefit of both himself and his clients.
As a businessman, Samuel Oshana has shown success in many business areas, primarily in New York and now, Florida. A lot of his success has come from his ability to start up new companies and nurture them to great success. For example, he was a key player in the startup of Apex Data Systems, which is a merchant payment processing company that he founded while he was working with First Data Corporation. He later sold Apex for a significant return on investment. He has nurtured a number of companies to success.
These days, Sam Oshana tends to make more aggressive investments, and he is more focused in the Florida real estate market; so much so that he recently obtained a Florida real estate broker’s license. That started when he began to loan capital to individuals and small companies, using their real estate as collateral. That led him to compile a significant real estate portfolio, which only continues to grow. In recent years, he has expanded his holdings in Dade and Broward Counties, and he has purchased many at a great price in formerly distressed neighborhoods. He then rehabilitates them and sells them for a decent profit.
Throughout his career, Samuel Oshana has worked several of the largest and most prominent brokerages in the country, including such prestigious firms as JP Morgan and Heartland Securities. As an investment adviser, he held series 7, 63 and 55 licenses, allowing him to sell all types of securities and to engage in equity trading. Even then, he learned about the value of investment and how to maximize investment returns. He continues that tradition these days, loaning capital to individuals and small companies, while using their real estate as collateral. That real estate has helped him expand the scope of his business.
For example, Samuel Oshana recently received a Florida real estate brokerage license, which has given him the ability to widen his reach with investments in Florida commercial and residential real estate, primarily in Dade and Broward Counties. He has done very well by purchasing abandoned properties for a low price in “up-and-coming” neighborhoods, then fixing them up and selling them for a healthy profit.
Over the course of his career as a businessman and investment professional, Samuel Oshana has experienced some level of success in a number of business areas, especially in both New York and Florida. Oshana credits that success to many failures throughout his career. From failed businesses in the beverage industry to a start up logistic company, Oshana has learned to mitigate risk based on those losses.
That said, most of his activity is in Florida these days. He has been able to demonstrate a tendency to be able to start up a new company and develop that company into a successful venture and eventually sell it for a good return. Take his role in startup of merchant payment processor Apex Data Systems as one great example. He co-founded that company while working with First Data Corporation and he was able to create a high level of growth and to eventually sell it for a really good return.
Throughout his career as a broker, Samuel Oshana learned about the value of the right types of investment, as well as how best to maximize investment returns. Most of his considerable business success has come from Samuel’s unique ability to guide money into the right investment for his clients. Quite often, that has led to starting up new companies and nurturing them to success. For example, he played a key part in the startup of Apex Data Systems, a merchant payment processing company that he helped found while working with First Data Corporation. He later sold Apex Data Systems for a healthy return on a significant investment.
Most recently, Samuel Oshana’s career has led him to loan capital to individuals and small companies, using their real estate as collateral. He recently obtained a Florida real estate brokerage license because that allows him to expand the scope of his investment portfolio to include substantial Florida residential and commercial real estate interests. Most recently, Sam has been concentrating on building his inventory of distressed properties in Dade and Broward Counties, all of which he restores and then re-sells for a remarkable return, thus building up the community and his bank accpunt.
Throughout his long business and investment career, Samuel Oshana has shown himself to be an accomplished and successful businessman and investment professional, making a great many wise investments in a great many business areas in both New York and Florida. He has worked with some of the largest and most prominent brokerages in the country, like Heartland Securities and JP Morgan, where he used his Series 7 and Series 63 licenses to trade all types of securities and make a lot of people a lot of money. At one point, he also obtained a Series 55 license, which allowed him the opportunity to engage in equity trading, as well.