New and Improved Real Estate Co-Powerment Series To Help Emerging Developers and Communities Thrive

Apr 8, 2024

At the end of January, we announced that we were taking our long-standing partnership with Omicelo Cares to the next level by combining and integrating the successful programming of Omicelo Cares into Neighborhood Allies’ portfolio of services. As part of that integration, we are thrilled to announce the relaunch of the Neighborhood Allies Real Estate Co-Powerment Series!

Register for our next cohort, launching May 7th!

The Real Estate Co-Powerment Series is a 5-week education platform that demystifies the real estate development process. Through in-class instruction, coaching, and mentorship, our goal is to demonstrate how community members, organizations, and small business owners can participate in and benefit from their own neighborhood revitalization, as well as learn how to get active projects across the finish line. Since launching in 2017, over 270 individuals have graduated from the Co-Powerment Series, acquiring over 100 units of housing and commercial real estate for neighborhood-based redevelopment!

Already a dynamic real estate training program, we have added exciting new enhancements that will empower residents like never before. One of the major improvements is our close alignment with funding sources, which can significantly streamline the process of gaining access capital. This means that you will have the knowledge and resources to easily meet the requirements and confidently apply for various financial services. Additionally, we are proud to offer enhanced support to help participants overcome obstacles and achieve their goals. Our revamped program includes new classes that dive deeper into the intricacies of real estate development, covering essential topics such as liability, insurance, acquisition, and operations. With these exciting updates, the Real Estate Co-Powerment Series is poised to provide participants with the tools and expertise they need to excel in the real estate industry.

The course fee for participants is $100. Classes will take place in person at The Kingsley Association on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6pm to 8pm beginning May 7th. You can see a full list of course topics here.


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