Lives in London
, Consultant at Rexton Law
You have found Daniel Zysblat’s page on Snack, which he uses to share posts that give insight into the world of online property auctions, as well as on the workings of the magistrates’ court. Daniel also regularly makes posts which will be of interest to fitness enthusiasts and supporters of Arsenal Football Club. He travels widely and shares details of his experiences online.
A legal professional, Daniel Zysblat graduated from the law school at UCL which is dedicated to the rigorous, multi-disciplinary and innovative study of the law. He spent a number of years at Rexton Law, which has offices in St Albans and London, and was selected to join the team for his knowledge of domestic and commercial property law. Rexton Law described Daniel’s appointment as ‘fortifying an already competent and versatile team’. During his time at Rexton Law, Daniel also dealt with property investment companies and portfolios.
Daniel is now in the process of launching an online property auction business, using nearly 20 years of experience in this area to develop an exciting new way to sell property. He is also in the process of obtaining additional qualifications through the National Association of Valuers and Auctioneers (NAVA). Daniel intends to have his new venture open for business as early as September 2015.
Keen to give something back to the community, Daniel served as a magistrate for 10 years, becoming Chair after only 4 years, and also being elected to the Bench Training and Development Committee. He also has hands-on experience as a landlord, and also helped to arbitrate in tenants’ disputes.
Daniel enjoys international travel, visiting a diverse range of destinations such as New York, different regions in France and Spain and Israel, as well as Italy, Holland, Portugal and Antigua.
When he needs to recharge from his busy commercial life, Daniel likes to go to the gym, and is keen on spinning classes and tennis. He is also a committed supporter of Arsenal FC. In line with his philanthropic stance, Daniel actively supports a number of charities. These include charities helping those with learning difficulties, those which support Jewish families and those which support families who are coping with cancer.