Samuel Strauch Established His Company Metrik Real Estate In 2002

Samuel Strauch is the Principal of Metrik Real Estate, a well-established Real Estate company with headquarters in South Beach, Florida. The company’s vertically integrated platform is divided into three major areas namely:

Equity & Development

Samuel Strauch started Metrik Real Estate in 2002 with the aim to provide realistic and timely real estate solutions to a diverse clientele. He has been able to maintain the excellent reputation he has built for himself over the years.

He has successfully integrated a platform of complementary enterprises in acquisitions, equity sourcing, development, management, & brokerage of real estate in South Florida and Latin America. He believes that the success of Metrik Real Estate is the result of team work.

He has a pool of immensely talented and experienced professionals working with him to deliver outstanding solutions to the clients. Besides their knowledge, it is their hard work, dedication, & professionalism that have always ensured great feedback from clients.

Samuel Strauch is passionate about his work and has a curious mind that has allowed him to have a wider perspective in both his professional and personal life.

He started his professional journey in the field of banking; however he soon realized that his true calling is real estate. So, eventually he joined his family Real Estate business in South Florida and later started his own company.

Samuel Strauch has pursued his studies at some of the top Universities. He attended Harvard University to study Executive Courses in Real Estate. He also attended the prestigious Erasmus University Rotterdam to complete courses in International Finance and International Marketing.

In 1994, he received a Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) degree in International Business from Hofstra University.

Samuel’s interests include photography, meditation, and cycling. He strongly believes that every person should make a contribution in whatever way possible to positively impact human growth. He says, “Even the smallest actions have the potential to become the biggest sources of positive change”

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