Samuel Strauch began at Hofstra University, earning a BBA in International Business. He added education from Harvard and Rotterdam’s Erasmus University. He took this degree and ventured into banking to gain experience. However, Strauch felt compelled to return to the family real estate business, so he created Metrik Real Estate. Over time, his experience in management, brokerage, development, acquisitions, and equity sourcing lead to a top-notch reputation in South Florida.
Samuel Strauch knows today’s buyers expect their finances to pay for a home that surrounds itself to nearby amenities, good schools, great job growth, low crime, and great resale value. Fortunately, buyers who like their climate warm can have it all thanks to the top 10 list from real estate expert Samuel Strauch. Likewise, Strauch found a city perfect for buyers preferring snow to heat.
Major cities in California, Texas, Florida, North Carolina, and Tennessee provide the big city life without the big city price tag. Pack your bags and relocate to San Jose and San Francisco, California. Located in the Bay Area, San Francisco and San Jose contain affordable neighborhoods (Dublin and Milpitas, respectively) with new construction, abundant amenities, and nearby public transportation.
The Wylie neighbor in Dallas and the Daffen community in Austin are the bright lights for affordable housing in two popular towns. Expect these college areas to acquire everything imaginable for 26-30% less. Samuel Strauch’s state of Florida contains three major cities buyers are flocking to with affordable housing to boot. Tampa and Orlando in central Florida provide bargain neighborhoods in Palm River-Clair Mel and Vista East too good to pass up. Southern Florida’s main city, Miami, has hidden gems in Cutler Bay and Deering Estate Park. Click here to know more.
The Apex community in Raleigh, North Carolina contains endless attractions and job opportunity for the cost provided. Williamsburg in Murfreesboro, 33 miles outside Nashville, is a hidden treasure with great homes for half the price. Cold weather and beer lovers should look in Stanley Marketplace near Denver to start or raise a family.