Bob Safai is an American poker player and real estate mogul who has a net worth of $50 million. Bob Safai studied at the University of Southern California before earning his broker’s license. He founded the real estate company Madison Partners in 1996. Since then, Safai’s company has done more than $25 billion in property business.
He is the winner of Top Sales Broker honors, given by Real Estate Forum, Real Estate Southern California, and The CoStar Group. He frequently appears on the list of the Hot Brokers in Southern California, and was considered among the top 20 most influential U.S. brokers by Commercial Property News. His biggest sale to date was the $335 million sale of a block on Oxnard Steet in Woodland Hills, California. In addition to his real estate ventures, Safai is an enthusiastic poker player. He was part of the 2011 Hollywood Poker Scandal involving actors Tobey Maguire, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Ben Affleck. Safai allegedly owed close to one million dollars and settled for less than half before he was hit with a lawsuit. Safai has appeared on poker shows such as “High Stakes Poker” and “Poker After Dark”. He competed against professional poker player Tom Dwan during the fifth season of “Poker After Dark” on NBC.
|Net Worth:||$50 Million|