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Dealing with pressures and changes in the real estate world

What's going on an expensive group? So this week I'm getting into the big shoes of "Entrepreneurs of the Week," thanking Lior on stage. So in a few words about me and us, I am a co-owner of Siftint, a company that has been operating for the past eight years in Orlando, Florida as a real estate agency for local and distant investors. This week I will start with a post slightly different from my regular content, the topic is dealing with pressures and changes…


  1. Depending on which visa you enter… I would not recommend settling down and starting work here illegally but I am really "Yoramite" in my mind and there are many who have done so and surely also succeeded… Regarding a loan no bank will lend you money without an impressive record of credit and experience Before you run to invest invest in studying the field, accompany a real estate agent, work for free with a real estate investor, study the field because for the tenth time or so I mention here- real estate is not a boom and we are done, it is not shiny and it is not a gold mine, It's a job and in order to be successful it is also hard work and for every success there is a tax of failures so if you want to be on the successful side - recommend without shortcuts and start learning in the field. good luck

  2. Hi Roy,

    1. Basically you can go in and out as much as you want. On the other hand if you want to get in and out so much then why not just stay there for longer periods? a point to consider..
    2. Usually a bank will not lend you at first. It will take time for you to gain experience and credit score. Even then, interest rates will be relatively high, say 5-7%. In any case you will need to start with cash and if you want to get to the point where the bank wants you as a lender, then you will need a lot of cash…

    I advise you not to jump into the water like that alone but to accompany someone from the field through which you can learn the practice.


  3. Hi Roy, Good luck.

    1. The visa entitles you to enter the United States subject to the approval of the immigration official at entry. It all depends on him. By and large you are allowed to enter and exit as much as you want, in practice at some point you will not be admitted.

    2. The bank will not lend you in the US in the first instance.
    You will need cash to get started.