Arthur Becker works in the real estate industry. He makes it his mission to find investment opportunities that will come out being profitable. His involvement in real estate has put him in the rank of best investors in New York. Becker was able to recently secure an investment that was very worthwhile and now he is the owner of three townhouses in New York that are located on Sullivan Street, reports curbed.com. After he completed the building of these town-homes, he planned on keeping one of them to live in. The other two he would use as investments and either rent them out or sell them. Becker received these townhouses in exchange for his investment in new developments that two companies, Madison Equities (http://madisonpartners.nyc/) and Property Markets Group, planned to begin. The townhouses are placed strategically and once the building is complete the value of them will increase exponentially.
Becker is currently in the tech industry, where he is doing extremely well. His current position is a Chairman for a company which is involved in distributing digital magazines, reports perezhilton.com. This company is known as Zinio LLC. His career was propelled, though, during his position as the CEO of a company that is known as NaviSite. He held this position for eight years. In addition to his current position as Chairman, he is also acting as the managing director of a company known as the Madison Technologies. He has been doing this since 2001.
Although it may seem like enough work for one person, this isn’t all that Arthur Becker is doing! He also is currently running another company as their managing member. This means that he is currently running and managing three different companies at one time. The third company that he is managing and running is known as the Atlantic Investors Company; which he has been a part of since 2002. It was this company and this position that helped him move his real estate investment projects forward. Becker received his Bachelors of Arts degree from Bennington College in 1972 and then later in 1973 he attended Dartmouth at the Tuck School of Business.