Victor Bomi

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Victor Ebibotei Bomi

(1991-05-06) May 6, 1991 (age 29)
Lagos, Nigeria
EducationBBA (finance)
Alma materUniversity of West Georgia
Occupation
  • Entrepreneur
  • Real Estate Investor
  • Developer
  • Author
OrganizationZirowin Group of Companies
Known forKnown for Book Series “Investing In American Real Estate: Market Effects of Covid19” & “International Investor”
TitleCEO
AwardsRICE Awards Businessperson of The Year (2018)
Websitevictorbomi.com

Victor Ebibotei Bomi (born 6 May 1991) is an international Entrepreneur, Real Estate Investor, Developer & Author. Victor is best known as the Chief Executive Officer of Zirowin Group of Companies[1] & as the Author of the Book Series “Investing In American Real Estate: Market Effects of Covid19” & “International Investor” [2]

Early life

He was born in Lagos, Nigeria, and is the oldest of 3 boys. His mother is an IT Executive and his father is a teacher and former principal. Victor moved to the United States in 1997[3], to Millbrook, Alabama, and lived there until 2008 (the year he graduated from high school) and after graduation moved to Atlanta, Georgia.

During his early academic years, he was a National Honors Society Student, and in the Gifted Program for creative children. Upon graduation of High School in 2008, from Stanhope Elmore High School, he was the youngest and one of only (2) African Americans to graduate with Honors (3.6 GPA) in his high school graduating class.

In high school, Victor was a football player, who started all 4 years at Defensive Back and was recruited by Auburn University (as a walk-on) & Southern Mississippi (scholarship offer) his senior year of high school to play college football. He was a MaxPreps Athlete[4] and was awarded All-County Honorable Mention (2006), Defensive Second Team (2007) and Most Improved Defensive Player (2007). At the end of his high school journey in 2008, he moved to Atlanta, Georgia

Career

He graduated from the University of West Georgia in 2014 [5], with a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Finance and briefly worked with New York Life (Fortune 500) as a Licensed Financial Professional, before resigning to focus on his real estate ventures.

His companies include: Zirow Invest, a real estate development & investment company, Offervest, a professional home buying company, and Zirowin Capital, a private equity company – which collectively has closed several millions dollars’ worth of real estate & over 100 real estate investment deals.[6] His organization primarily partners with private investors & sources residential and commercial real estate investment opportunities to provide investors with an all-inclusive investing service, which include acquisitions, construction, resale, and property management.

Early on in his career as a real estate entrepreneur in 2013 & 2014, he primarily sourced and sold investment properties in Atlanta for some of the top multi-million dollar private equity companies, which included: Silverbay Homes, Invitation Homes, Waypoint Homes, Havenbrook Homes, & 643 Capital Management. Now he primarily works with working class and high networth individuals and families to help them accomplish their financial goals through real estate investing.

Awards & recognition

Victor has been recognized by several top national media publications such as Forbes Magazine (2019)[7], Yahoo Finance (2020) [8], Business Insider (2020), Black Enterprise (2018)[9], Atlanta Agent Magazine (2017) [10] & was nominated for Atlanta’s RICE Awards Businessperson of The Year in 2018. In 2019, he was also recognized by Mogul Millennials, as one of The Top Mogul Millennials, You Should Know[11]. He is recognized by Yahoo, as one of The Top Real Estate Entrepreneurs To Know, in the United States. [12]

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