According to a blog published through Central Jersey Working Moms, Omar Boraie is initially from Egypt where he was born and raised. Omar later moved to New Brunswick to continue with his education. Mr. Boraie has a Ph. D. in Chemistry which he earned in the new environment of New Brunswick. However, with time Omar’s original plans diverted to a different business idea. He came to admire the real estate sector. Omar’s inspiration led him to start his real estate venture. In 1975 the city of New Brunswick was not undergoing developments in all industries as an urban city. Omar Boraie recognized the opportunity and decided to buy plots as well as the abandoned buildings along Albany Street. For more details visit Central Jersey Working Moms.
About eight years later, Sam Boraie had managed to complete his first project that is, the Albany Street Plaza Tower One. It was in 1988 when Mr. Boraie opened the plaza providing the residents of New Brunswick with first-class offices. Omar had other projects planned such as the Albany Street Plaza Tower Two, opened in 2007 and the One Spring Street condominium. The condominium had about 120 apartments of different dimensions and designs. Omar’s company is referred to as Boraie Development, and currently, the firm still purchases abandoned structures to transform them to stunning, sophisticated properties. Omar Boraie is also a Genomic scientist.
Boraie Development currently provides vast services all over New Brunswick such as development, real estate, management of property and property marketing. The professionals at Boraie are committed to change the city to a destination with captivating properties. The Boraie team is made up of innovative architects, well-established financial institutions, and talented contractors to serve the clients efficiently. Omar has led the company for more than four decades. Omar’s son followed his father’s footsteps, and he holds the company’s Vice President Position. Wasseem Boraie, Omar’s son, brought up new ways to transform a demolition site to a lavish and classy area.
Wasseem took on a project to renovate an area that had undergone an incident that rendered the place worthless and managed to put it back on the market. Omar has the gift to turn anything cheap to something fascinating and beautiful. Wasseem seems to have the same trait. The recent project Omar Boraie worked on is the enchanting and fantastic high-rise residential named The Aspire. The Aspire is situated on Somerset Street. Omar together with Wasseem, have made New Brunswick a beautiful and wonderful city.
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Todd Lubar is one of the most successful real estate entrepreneurs in the country. He got into real estate in 1995, and in the past 22 years, he has managed to move from an entry level realtor to the owner of a real estate investment portfolio worth millions of dollars. Todd Lubar was finance major at the University; naturally, people expected that when he graduated, he would be getting into the world of finance. This is actually what he tried for a while before he realized that he had a passion for real estate.
Todd Lubar states that starting out in real estate was not easy for him. His biggest challenge was getting the capital he would have needed to start investing. Todd decided that he would start by creating connections with players in the business. This was a smart move because the contacts which he got from realtors, real estate attorneys, and CPAs helped him when he decided to start his referral business.
The other business that he had always set his heart on was the mortgage. Todd had realized that there was a gap in the industry, in that people who did not have the conventionally healthy credit scores had little to no chance of getting a mortgage. He decided that he was going to create a lending platform that would enable these people to access mortgages. Magnus Financial Corp helped him get the funding that he needed for these clients. To date, Todd boasts to have helped more than 7,000 Americans who might have never qualified for a mortgage before own homes.
For many years, Todd has been ranked among the top 25 mortgage originators in the country, see crunchbase.com. He has worked in diverse conditions for many years, which has given him a lot of experience in various aspects of entrepreneurship. Other businesses that he had ventured into include a demolition business and recycling business. He once owned a nightclub too. He currently lives in Bethesda Maryland with his wife and children. The journey Todd has taken to success in real estate investing is an inspiration to many people who want to venture into business.
It was recently announced that another talk entertainment show will be joining the PodcastOne lineup hosted by a legend in the entertainment industry. Norman Lear, writer, producer, director, creator of many popular sitcoms such as Good Times, Maude, and All In The Family, and most importantly World War 2 veteran, will be hosting All Of The Above With Norman Lear on a weekly basis. Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/normanpattiz
All Of The Above will cover a range of topics as wide as Mr. Lear’s resume. From politics to sports and everything in between, Mr. Lear will be touching on the topics of today. Norman will have a Co host, actor/composer Paul Hip, and Norman will interview politicians, celebrities, and the American public. All Of The Above began in May can be subscribed to by signing up on the PodcastOne network or through the iTunes app. Mr. Lear stated that he is excited to host a show covering a wide variety of topics and considers everyone his peer, even though he is almost 95. PodcastOne founder, Norman Pattiz also stated that he was delighted to welcome another Norman to the podcast family.
This latest podcast is one of many success for founder, Norman Pattiz. Mr. Pattiz has had a long career in the broadcast media starting out in the 1970’s with the formation of the media giant Westwood One. While serving as owner and Chairman of the Board at Westwood One, Norman broadcaster, owned or published the Summer and Winter Olympics, the Superbowl, and NBC radio among others.
Norman Pattiz has served on the Broadcasting Board of Governors for two United States Presidents. Mr. Pattiz founded the only non military US sponsored Arabic television channel in the middle east, Alhurra Television, and was a driving force behind Radio Sawa, the BBC’s around the clock radio network. Mr. Pattiz was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in 2009 for all of his significant contributions to broadcasting. To read more about Mr. Pattiz and his broadcast career, please click here.