How I, Esther El, acquired 3 properties FROM the city of East St. Louis, IL. And how you can do the same thing around the country. 10% of all proceeds will go towards the victims of Hurricane Mathew in Haiti.
We offer open enrollment. And we archive all of our classes. So you can view them at any time!
11/15/16 7:00 - 8:00 EST
Urban Real Estate Economics-The Cheap Way
In this module, you'll learn all the important programs;
they're in each city no matter what state you live in.
This will be your foundation and key to obtaining
free properties and rehab funding resources. These tactics
work for owner and non-owner occupied properties.
11-17-16 6:30-7:15 EST
Real Estate Development Incentives
In this module, you'll learn what Economic Incentives are in your
community-local governments, and how to use these to motivate
Real Estate Investors and Business Owners.This alone will turn
your income properties into greater sources of value, allowing you to
stay on top despite market downtrends.
Introduction to the Paperwork
Paperwork is the bane of most investors' existence. You'll learn
to navigate a system which makes it purposely difficult to understand.
Simple solutions to complexity™
Utilizing Community Programs to Rehab and Upgrade Properties
Now you're ready to move on to the best part: securing resources for rehabbing projects.
You'll learn the following steps:
Andre C. Hatchett Andre is a nationally acclaimed entrepreneur and philanthropist. Andre is the owner of The Black Real Estate School, Andre’s Notary School, The Notary Business School and co-founder of Buy Black NYC.
Known as “Mr. Buy Black,” Andre is the driving force behind the national Black Business Challenge social media campaign that encourages African-Americans to patronize Black-owned businesses, record feedback about their experience via their cell phone, and then post the footage online using the #BlackBusinessChallenge hashtag. The campaign, which was initially planned for 30 days but has increased to 395 days, garnered the attention of media outlets and sparked mass appeal in Black economics