Ofir Eyal Bar

Real Estate Entrepreneur

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Ofir Eyal Bar, a successful businessman, digital marketing entrepreneur and Real Estate investor. With more than 15 years of experience in global financial markets as a real estate entrepreneur and investor. Ofir’s experience and go-getter approach has rewarded him with a wide variety of successful real estate investments. Ofir was born in Israel and owns several properties, including residential and commercial real estate properties in Israel as well as London. He is also the owner of multiple mines in Africa.

Things to Consider Before Buying a Home in South Africa

Buying a home will be one of the most significant investments of your life, and because of that, it requires an extensive process. The ultimate goal is to feel happy inside your house, but some people don’t manage to understand that in order to reach that level, a few things must be considered before actually buying the house. These things apply also for the South African real estate market, so without further a due, let’s talk about them.

South Africa's Economic Status and Real Estate Opportunities

As the global economic framework continues to deteriorate, South Africa seems to be influenced in a meaningful way. Doubled by internal factors, The World Bank recently cut the 2019 growth forecast for SA to 0.8%, half a percentage points lower than the forecast released in April this year.

Overview of the Real Estate Market in South Africa for Investors

Even though there had been little to celebrate for homeowners between 2008 and 2018, the real estate market in South Africa had been showing signs of recovery in 2019. One of the biggest economies in Africa, with an estimated population of 57.7 million in 2018 and a GDP per capita of $6,377, the country continues to have a strong manufacturing and financial sector, being the world’s largest exporter of gold and platinum and one of the most important touristic attractions.

The State of the Israeli Real Estate Market

The current state of the Israeli real estate market is a hot topic for local and international investors. Of all the regions, none are more desirable than Tel Aviv, Herzliya Pituach, and Jerusalem. As arguably the most desirable city in Israel, Tel Aviv is often used as a benchmark when comparing differences in housing prices with the rest of the country.

Leverage: The Real Estate Investor's Best Friend

I've often been asked what it is that attracts real estate investors to property, rather than stocks. While there are several reasons to choose real estate over other forms of investments, one of the biggest reasons is leverage. As a result of leverage, real estate investors have the ability to expand quickly, with relatively small investments.

The BRRRR Strategy And Why Real Estate Investors Should Employ It

If you're getting into the world of real estate investing, chances are that you've heard the term "BRRRR Strategy" or "BRRRR Method." For many, this strategy has proven to be the key to finding incredible success in the real estate investing space. So what is the BRRRR strategy and how do you employ it?

Ofir Eyal Bar
Real Estate Investing 101: To Buy Or Not To Buy?

Investing in real estate seems pretty straight forward. Buy a property, fix it up or sit and wait for it to appreciate in value, and sell it or rent it out. The truth of the matter is however, that there is much more involved in becoming a successful real

Why A Perc Test Is Important And When It's OK To Forego It

Raw land investments are some of the most common in the real estate investing space. With population growth and limited land availability in many areas, these investments can prove to be rather lucrative. However, one test can make or break the value of a piece of raw land.

What To Look For When Buying A House?

Buying a house is no little decision. In fact, buying a house is one of the five areas of spending that will consume around 50% of most consumers' lifetime earnings. As a successful real estate investor, one of the biggest questions that I'm asked is, "What should I look for when viewing a house?"

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