Black and Hispanic Real Estate Investment Forum
End of Summer Harlem Brownstone Backyard Cocktail Party!
West 121 Street and Lenox Avenue(address will be texted after purchase)
***All Are Welcome To Attend***No Door Sales/No Refunds
$100 Per Person No Charge for BLMREF Members (includes Food/Drinks)
Event Co-Host Committee
$1,000 - Event Sponsorship
1 - The wealth of Black and Hispanic people by increasing their ownership of multi-family housing;
2 - The hiring of Black and Hispanic Lawyers, Real Estate Brokers, Mortgage Bankers, Building and Construction Contractors, etc.;
3 - The numbers of Black and Hispanic people that are educated about the economic benefits of investing in commercial real estate via forums, panel discussions, and social events. Thomas Lopez-Pierre is an NYS Licensed Real Estate Broker and the Founder/Moderator of the Black and Hispanic Real Estate Investment Forum.
Black and Hispanic Real Estate Investment Forum is committed to building and preserving the multi-generational wealth of Black and Hispanic people by increasing their ownership of multi-family housing.
New York Times: No Longer Majority Black, Harlem Is in Transition and Striking Change in Bedford-Stuyvesant as the White Population. Soars.