BREF Fund I, LLC Black Real Estate Forum, LLC
"Building Wealth, And Creating Jobs For Black People!"
*Black Doctors Real Estate Fund
$Twenty-Five Million Dollars ($25,000,000) For Black Real Estate Developers/Black "Fix And Flip" Investors! Fill Out The Below Form To Receive A Copy Of Our Private Placement Memorandum/PPM (i.e.: Investment Documents)!
The Fund is committed to using its investment capital to generate outstanding profits for Black people and create jobs for Black people. The current commercial real estate markets in Black communities represent a unique investment opportunity. History reminds us that some of the best commercial real estate investment opportunities were created amid adverse conditions akin to what we are experiencing today.
The Fund is on track to deliver a minimum of a 15% rate of return (profits) to investors in 2023. For a copy of our Private Placement Memorandum/PPM (i.e.: Investment Documents), contact Thomas Lopez-Pierre directly at 646-527-1116 and/or email@example.com. Minimum Investment: $5,000.
$100,000 For Black Real Estate Developers (Black "Fix And Flip" Investors)!
163 Grafton Street Brooklyn, NY
39 High Avenue, Pembroke, MA
Venture Alliance - 39 High Avenue, LLC (the "Company") is an investment vehicle managed by Askari Foy, MBA, CPA, an experienced Black real estate developer, and a Co-Founder of Venture Alliance Real Estate Enterprise.
The Company was established for the sole purpose of acquiring and developing a single-family, three (3) bedrooms, one (1) bathroom, 1,040 square foot home built in 1920 located at 39 High Avenue, Pembroke, Massachusetts built on 10,000 square feet of land as a demolition-and-ground-up construction project.
3129 Fenton Avenue, Bronx, NY
The plan is to form a joint-venture partnership with a Black real estate developer to tear down the existing, one-floor structure to build two new semi-attached buildings with two apartments per building (three bedrooms and two bathrooms per apartment). In 2023, the Fund will raise $315,000 in debt capital from Black investors at a 6% interest rate (secured with a 1st position mortgage lien on the property to protect investors from capital loss) to pay off the bank mortgage. (development plan as of October 26, 2022)