Thomas Lopez-Pierre is an "Agitator, Advocator & Activist"Helping Black and Hispanic People Build Wealth by Investing in Commercial Real Estate!
$75 million dollars for Black and Hispanic real estate developers:
Launching: monday, January 4, 2021!
Advisory Board Member
The Fund will use membership fees from Founding Members (of $1,000) and Advisory Board Members (of $500) and Supporter Members (of $250) to build or lease (white label) its investment website portal (SEC Reg. D and Reg. CF) and for marketing (email, print, video production) and advertising on social media: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, etc.
NOTE: Founding Memberships, Advisory Board Memberships, or Supporter Memberships are NOTan equity investment in the Fund BUT a membership fee (i.e.: private membership club fee) to attend our forums (online or in-person) at NO charge.
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"Case study: How to Use an SEC Reg. d, REG. cf and reg. a+ OFFERINGs (crowdfunding) to Raise $75 Million Dollars in equity to Increase Black and Hispanic Ownership of Real Estate".
Wednesday, December 16, 2020
(9:00 am to 10:00 am)
Online Real Estate Investment Panel Discussion!
(Free Online Event)
In 2021, Black Lives Matter Real Estate Fund, LLC will utilize Reg. D, Reg. CF (online crowdfunding) and Reg. A+ Offerings to Raise $75 Million Dollars to Increase Black and Hispanic Ownership of Real Estate across America!
$1,000 will be the minimum investment amount.
Moderator:Thomas Lopez-Pierre - Black Lives Matter Real Estate Fund, LLC. (Real Estate Fund Manager).
Opening Remarks by Shawn Rochester, Author, The Black Tax!
In his new book The Black Tax: The Cost of being Black in America, Shawn Rochester shows how The Black Tax (which is the financial cost of conscious and unconscious anti-black discrimination), creates a massive financial burden on Black American households that dramatically reduces their ability to leave a substantial legacy for future generations. Mr. Rochester lays out an extraordinarily compelling case which documents the enormous financial cost of current and past anti-black discrimination on African American households. The Black Tax, provides the fact pattern, data, and evidence to substantiate what African Americans have long experienced and tried to convey to an unbelieving American public.
$5 million dollars To build wealth and create jobs!
build wealth and create jobs!
On Monday, January 4, 2021, Black Lives Matter Real Estate Fund, LLC (the "Fund") will launch its first investment fund by raising $5 million dollars from Black and Hispanic accredited investors.
In early 2021, the Fund will seek approval from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to provide Black and Hispanic non-accredited investors with the opportunity to invest in the Fund via SEC Regulation CF Offering (online crowdfunding).
In late 2021, the Fund will seek regulatory approval to utilize an SEC Reg. A+ Public Offering (online crowdfunding) to raise $75 million dollars from Black and Hispanic investors.
The Fund will deploy investor capital exclusively with Black and Hispanic real estate developers/operating partners across America (including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands).
$1,000 will be the minimum amount to invest in the Fund.
NOTE: The Fund will NOT invest in commercial real estate development opportunities that require the displacement of tenants.
Washington Post: White families have nearly 10 times the net worth of Black families. And the gap is growing.
Real estate is one of the most reliable strategies to build multi-generational wealth for Black and Hispanic families; it’s an ongoing source of passive income.
Real estate provides the highest returns, the greatest values, and the least risk.
The Fund has a pipeline of actionable opportunities, driven by its network of experienced Black and Hispanic real estate developers/operating partners to minimize risk, improve execution, and increase profits.
The Fund’s Black and Hispanic real estate developers/operating partners have intimate knowledge of local real estate market conditions, direct relationships with government officials, local banks, and access to best in class industry Black and Hispanic professionals; lawyers, real estate brokers, mortgage bankers, architects, electricians, plumbers, and construction contractors, etc.
While the Fund intends to primarily invest in multi-family housing properties, the Fund may invest in other asset classes, depending on the availability of suitable investment opportunities (i.e.: hotels, student and senior housing, office, retail, data centers, unimproved land, etc.).
The Fund will operate an online investment portal (white label) at blmref.com that will allow investors to become equity holders in real estate (including Qualified Opportunity Zone Funds/2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act) by viewing details of investments and signing legal documents online.
The Fund will REQUIRE its real estate developers/operating partners to use its investment capital to hire Black and Hispanic: Lawyers, real estate brokers, mortgage bankers, architects, electricians, plumbers, and construction contractors, etc.
In year one, the Fund will focus 50% of its investment activity within the states that run adjacent toAmtrack’s Railroad Northeast Corridor (Acela Route): Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York,New Jersey, Pennsylvania,Delaware, Maryland, Washington D.C.
The Fund will establish an Investment Committee that will advise Senior Management with respect to all acquisitions and dispositions.
The Fund strongly believes that by rooting the ownership of real estate in the Black and Hispanic community broadly in the hands of Black and Hispanic people, it will help to foster a higher state of economic and political empowerment and end the current exploitation and displacement of Black and Hispanic families in America.
ABOUT THOMAS LOPEZ-PIERRE
On June 12, 2020, Thomas Lopez-Pierre agreed to serve as the President/CEO of Black Lives Matter Real Estate Fund, LLC (a Black-owned private equity real estate fund).
Thomas Lopez-Pierre agreed to work for one year without being paid a salary!
Thomas Lopez-Pierre is an"Agitator, Advocator & Activist" Helping Black and Hispanic People Build Wealth by Investing in Commercial Real Estate!
Thomas Lopez-Pierre is committed to reforming capitalism from an exploitative Racist vehicle (urban colonialism) to an engine of economic empowerment for Black and Hispanic people within Black and Hispanic communities across America.
Thomas Lopez-Pierre is a New York State Licensed Real Estate Broker with Lopez-Pierre Realty, LLC, the Producer/Moderator of the Black and Hispanic Real Estate Investment Forum, and the Managing Member of the Harlem Real Estate Fund, LLC.
For Thomas Lopez-Pierre, "Black Lives Matter" is more than a catchy slogan about police brutality, his twin brother was killed by an NYPD officer at 28 years old, so, unfortunately, he understands ALL too well the pain of having a family member killed by the police.
Thomas Lopez-Pierre was NOT born with a silver spoon in his mouth, he was abandoned at birth by his mother, born addicted to drugs, raised in foster care, and group homes, and attended low preforming public schools.
Thomas Lopez-Pierre is a 52-year-old Christian man of Dominican, Puerto Rican, and Haitian descent, and a divorced father of three children.
Black and Hispanic Real Estate Investment Forum
Black and Hispanic Real Estate Investment Forum - Thomas Lopez-Pierre: 6/18/19(Watch Full Video)
This is not an offer to sell or a solicitation of any offer to buy any securities. Offers are made only by prospectus or other offering materials. To obtain further information, you must complete our investor questionnaire and meet the suitability standards required by law. Fair Housing Notice: The Black Lives Matter Real Estate Fund, LLC is committed to compliance with all federal, state, and local fair housing laws. The Black Lives Matter Real Estate Fund, LLC will not discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, familial status, disability, or any other specific classes protected by applicable laws with regard to rentals and/or sales of housing.