The REDI Foundation
- Richard Michael Abraham Teaches and Mentors Him Each Step of the Way -
(BLACK PR WIRE) – Boston, MA – Richard Michael Abraham, founder of The REDI Foundation, announced at a press conference, “The prime real estate and property development opportunities today are located in the U.S. inner cities.”
The REDI Foundation offers the World’s most comprehensive Real Estate Development 6-Month Mentoring Course. Each student is mentored one-on-one to complete a “real” and feasible real estate development project under the watchful eye and private mentoring of Mr. Abraham.
F. Todd Ryan (seen in the photo) graduated the Course and his inner city land – once valued at $50,000 is now planned for a $4,000,000 mixed-use development. “Not only has Mr. Abraham removed the enigmas out of the real estate developing puzzle but he has accelerated my drive to move forward with my mixed-use, apartment and retail development on a vacant lot that I’ve owned for the last 10 years,“ Todd stated. (Todd’s development can be seen on REDI’s website)
“The development opportunities for land or property owners in inner city communities are prime. Their land or property can command two or three times its “as is” value when the land and property owners learn the development skills needed to package their land or property. Also, entrepreneurs and professionals living in the inner city can learn how to package joint venture developments with land and property owners and investors. Timing is perfect for inner city land and property owners and entrepreneurs,“ Mr. Abraham added.
The REDI Foundation’s studies show that in past U.S. development boom cycles, African Americans were left behind and missed out, unable to get into real estate development in their own communities. Wealthy outside investors and developers came into the inner city communities and made their fortunes. But this time, The REDI Foundation and Mr. Abraham are teaching the knowledge necessary to succeed.
Serious applicants only should carefully review all the details about the Course on the website, www.redii.org. Read about the student success stories and see their developments and if you possess a passion to learn these development skills, to apply, complete and submit your Application or call 561-990-7599 to apply. REDI’s Application Director will review tuition costs, any partial scholarships available and payment plans.