December 21, 2018
 
Nowadays, Samuel Oshana has been demonstrating a high level of success with the practice of flipping, in which he buys abandoned properties for a low price in "up-and-coming" neighborhoods, then fixes them up and sells them for a healthy return. Before that phase of his career, Samuel Oshana served as an investment advisor and broker, and he has worked with some of the largest and most prominent brokerages in the country, including JP Morgan and Heartland Securities, which allowed him to sell all types of securities and to engage in equity trading, as well.

According to his bio, Samuel Oshana was born in Boston and experienced tremendous investment success in New York. However, that is only part of the story. He now calls Miami Beach home and, while the level of business success continues, it’s more focused on Florida real estate these days. In the last few years, he even obtained a Florida real estate brokerage license, which gives him the ability to widen his reach with investments in Florida commercial and residential real estate, primarily in Dade and Broward Counties.
June 15, 2018
 
In past few years, Samuel Oshana has expanded his investment portfolio by loaning capital to individuals and small companies who need it, using real estate holdings as collateral for the loan. This activity has brought him and his clients a greater return on investment, at the same time he has increased his real estate holdings. To augment his portfolio even more, Sam Oshana now has a license as a Florida real estate broker, which allows him to expand his real property investments, which now include commercial and residential real estate.

Most recently, Sam Oshana has been focused on on purchasing a number of distressed properties throughout Broward and Dade and Counties, which he buys at a bargain price, then restores to their former glory. That allows him to re-sell them for a significant profit. In addition to his real estate ventures, Samuel Oshana also has had success when it comes to starting up new companies and nurture them to great success, like the time he led the startup and eventual sale of Apex Data Systems, a merchant payment processor related to First Data Corporation.