Tali Raphaely is the President and Managing Member of Armour Settlement Services, LLC, a nationwide real estate title company that conducts thousands of transactions every year. He is also an attorney, owner of investment properties, motivational speaker and author.
Raphaely was recently inspired to share his successful negotiation practices with others in his new book, The Complete Guide On How To Negotiate: Master the Art of Getting What You Want in Business and in Life, which is now available on Amazon and in select bookstores.
Raphaely inspires people as a Motivational Speaker, as he focuses on encouraging individuals to believe in themselves, helps people create the lives they want to live, to make life happen for them and not to them, to overcome self-doubt and limiting beliefs and shows people how to start living their lives with great passion in all aspects of their lives.Read more
The focus of Raphaely's writing is primarily on self-help topics, business advice and on providing others with motivation and inspiration to live greater, more fulfilling lives. His new book, The Complete Guide on How to Negotiate: Master the Art of Getting What you Want in Business and in Life, is now for sale on Amazon and in select book stores.Read more
After graduating law school in the top 5% of his class, Raphaely was awarded the great honor and privilege of starting his legal career as a Law Clerk in the very prestigious Court of Special Appeals of Maryland. Since then, he has specialized on real estate law and real estate transactions, and he has become an authority and prominent figure in his field.Read more
Raphaely is the President and Managing Member of Armour Settlement Services, LLC, a nationally recognized real estate title company that conducts thousands of real estate transactions nationwide annually for the nation's largest banks and real estate brokerages. He is also a real estate investor and owns income-producing rental properties.Read more
With humor and nuts-and-bolts advice, this indispensable guide can turn the tables on your next negotiation and open your world to an entire new way of approaching compromise and cooperation. Sound, sensible, and straightforward, it may be the best investment you ever make.