Organization Teaching African Americans How To Earn Up to $1,000,000 Annually Packaging Real Estate Development Joint Ventures
-- Special Partial Scholarships Now Available for qualified African American, African, Minority and U.S. Veterans. --
6-Month Online Real Estate Development Certification from the REDI Foundation
Boston, MA (April 16, 2013) -- The Founder of The REDI Foundation, non-profit institute, Richard Michael Abraham, announced today at The REDI Foundation's press conference that the mission to train professionals how to be successful packaging joint venture real estate developments is working very well.
"The 6-Month Mentoring ONLINE Real Estate Development Course is teaching and will train 500 professionals in the next few years (from all walks of life) how to potentially earn $1,000,000+ each annually packaging joint venture real estate developments in their local communities. This is my legacy Course where I mentor each accepted student personally and privately. Since my announcement in November last year, a number of students have been accepted into the Course/Program and just look at the developments they're doing. During the next several years, I'll keep pushing to help more accepted students. Where doing everything possible to make this Course financially accessible to African Americans. I consider this final chapter of my life the best that I can leave on this good earth," Mr. Abraham stated.
The 6-Month Online Real Estate Development Certification and private Mentoring Course is recognized as the world's most comprehensive Course and in addition to printed instructional materials, assignments, exams, each student is required to package a "real" and feasible real estate development project under the watchful eye of Mr. Abraham. The Course enrollment is limited and always filled but "standby places" can be made available for exceptional applicants.
"During the last booming decade of real estate development, African Americans were left behind, unable to get into real estate development. The REDI Foundation is now doing everything possible to make this Course financially available to qualified African-Americans, Africans, all minorities and U.S. Veterans now and into the future by offering partial but substantial scholarships," Mr. Abraham added.
Entrepreneurs and professionals who possess a passion for real estate development and who feel they have what it takes to develop real estate and work with affluent investors (once they learn the skills) are invited to apply for the course by visiting www.redii.org
"The key difference of this Mentoring Course is that in addition to teaching experienced developers, I teach first time developers how to use my Value Generator Methods to find and package Joint Venture Developments. I teach them all the Market Research and Feasibility skills required so that even without any experience or capital invested, my students can negotiate their joint venture equity position in the joint venture development with investors and land and property owners. On REDI's website, just look at the student developments and what they're saying. Also, The REDI Foundation is holding spaces for as many qualified African American, African, Minority and U.S. Veterans as possible," Mr. Abraham added.
Only the very best applicants are accepted. The Course is more comprehensive and challenging than a Master's Degree Program but tuition is less since REDI, a non-profit foundation, offers substantial partial scholarships. If you feel you are an exceptional candidate to apply for a special "Standby" Course place, review all the details about the Course on the Website and then, if you have a passion to learn, email your completed Application as soon as possible. (Partial scholarships are limited) Also, include a cover letter describing why you feel you should be accepted. Once received, a REDI Application officer will contact you for your interview and to discuss your exact tuition amount after the partial scholarships.
"I hope I also reach and can secure the interest and participation of successful Black and African American entrepreneurs, business people, celebrities and organizations to step up to the plate and become sponsors and provide scholarships. Every African American, minority or Veteran who wants to achieve success packaging real estate development joint ventures in the inner city or anywhere should have a chance", Mr. Abraham concluded.
For more details, visit www.redii.org
Jackie Smith, Director
The REDI Foundation
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