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Archive for the ‘Local Reviews’ Category

The making of a short film called “Going Home” is a short twelve-minute documentary filmed for the most part, in Cairo, Egypt. The film’s purpose is to document the return of a man who is turning sixty and has not been back to visit his place of birth in thirty years. With a complicated childhood and the hunger to fit in the world of Hollywood, California, not going back seemed like the wisest  [ Read More ]

Los Angeles Real Estate market is soaring due to record low interest rates and low inventory, while homelessness is on the rise. The Los Angeles housing market is more competitive than ever due to first-time home buyers and records low interest rates. The average sale price of a home in Los Angeles was $750K last month, up 0.67% since last year. The average sale price per square foot in Los Angeles is $479, up 2.1% since  [ Read More ]

Give Yourself Time…It’s Ok To Cry.

Posted by Sam May - 20 - 2020 0 Comment

Give yourself time, it’s ok to cry. Some of us been in isolation for nearly eight weeks now, some totally alone, some elderly with no one to look after them, some with no immediate family members and no network of friends and for most people they are unemployed. Yes, these realities do exist, not every situation is a person stuck at home with a spouse/partner, children, roommates, or elderly parent  [ Read More ]

Covid-19! What I Have Learned During Isolation. When humanity was celebrating the 2020 new year, the world had begun changing as we knew it. We all now know the statistics and where Covid-19 began, so I will spare you those details. Fast forward to the end of the first quarter of 2020, where most countries were ordered to stay indoors, panic and anxiety level spiked among humanities while shopper’s greed  [ Read More ]

Wilton Manors Most Recent Real Estate Sale

Posted by Sam August - 26 - 2018 0 Comment

Wilton Manors Most Recent Real Estate Sale Wilton Manors is definitely going through a reinventing , re-birthing  process. Usually that change begins with the real estate market. I saw this in Los Angels during my 25 years career and I am starting to see the change in Wilton Manors . After all ” Change is the only thing that is constant ” . On August 1st , 2018 2100 NE  [ Read More ]

The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A …..

Posted by Sam February - 5 - 2018 0 Comment

The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A ….. I recently wrote and published my first book , autobiography titled ” Without Family Ties “. Naturally I am on a quest to find good material for the next book while I read other gravitating , provocative , pushing the envelop kind of books. As interesting as the title is , it was hard to announce it out loud at the local   [ Read More ]

South Florida

South Florida Employers offering $8.50 an hour for college graduate. I am not an Employer but I am an independent contractor helping clients achieve their goals. Those goals varies from one client to another, but at the end of the day the goals are always about growth. I meet with different kind of people with different back grounds, however there is always the discussion about making a career move. I  [ Read More ]

Without Family Ties: Is a satisfying and enlightening autobiography about a young man’s emotional evolution and spiritual awakening through a series of relationships, business endeavors, and personal obstacles. In 2002 With some childhood questions gone unanswered, and a driven creative psyche, the author began putting thoughts on paper. This would lead to giving birth to this labor of love autobiography called “Without Family Ties“. No sense of direction or writing  [ Read More ]

Hungry For Change !

Posted by Sam August - 17 - 2016 0 Comment

Hungry for change , hungry for what you ask… I am 54 years old , healthy ( as far as I know ) and always got a perfect score on my annul physical.  In 2016 it was time for my yearly ritual check up with my new doctor in a new city. Nothing changed in my life recently , except I now wake up to the sound of the ocean  [ Read More ]

Bad Real Estate agent

The Problem With Real Estate Agents In Miami Beach ! I spent the last 12 months interviewing, meeting and consulting with different realtors and real estate brokers in Miami Beach.  Prior to last year, I spent  24 years in the real estate industry in Los Angeles California. Prior to moving to Miami Beach, I was well aware of the image real estate agents in Miami and Miami beach presented and  [ Read More ]