Student 60 Unit Apartment Project
Online Real Estate Development Mentoring - Certification Course
Project Based Learning where students develop their own “real” real estate development Joint Venture in their local area.
“One-On-One Mentoring is the only way to create a paradigm shift, where the student can become the master.” Richard Michael Abraham
The student is learning by doing, and converting their knowledge and new skills into a 10%-25% ‘sweat equity’ ownership in their course project Joint Venture real estate development without investing any of their capital.
Nuts & Bolts
The REDI Foundation provides proven, know-how and the experience of the presidents of 300 leading United States real estate development firms and Richard Michael Abraham -The REDI Method -so that you, the student, can put together a ‘real’ development during the 6-month course.
Each student receives One-On-One, individual and private mentoring from Richard Michael Abraham tailored to the students needs.
Completion of the Course leads to C-RED Certification - the mark of prestigious distinction that opens many doors.
RICHARD MICHAEL ABRAHAM
Richard Michael Abraham is the Founder of The REDI Foundation. Following his studies as a teaching fellow in Boston University’s MBA program, he joined Kaiser Aetna where he contributed to the development of real estate across America.
He formed his own firm and participated in over $5 billion dollars in commercial, residential, retail and resort properties in 25 U.S. states.
In 1995, as the Internet revolutionized public information and impacted privacy, he intentionally chose greater anonymity in his real estate development activities.
Mr. Abraham received a Master’s Degree from Brown University. His interest in education, and sharing of knowledge led him to the formation of The REDI Foundation, an educational institute in the field of real estate development.
At Mr. Abraham’s personal request, the Presidents of over 300 leading real estate development firms have taken part in The REDI Foundation’s educational programs.
In his Legacy Course/Program, Richard Michael Abraham is paying forward to help enterprising students across the world achieve success as real estate developers.
John D. Lusk
U.S. Defense Department
Kaufman and Broad
Environmental Protection Agency
Greystone Real Estate Development
Maui Land & Pineapple Development
Farnsworth Real Estate Development
New England Real Estate Development
Pankow Real Estate Development
American Nevada Real Estate
Corcoran Jennison Real Estate Development
Rouse Real Estate Development
Watt Real Estate Development
Bausch & Lomb
Procter & Gamble
Gerald D. Hines
Urban Land Institute
United States Government
United States Navy
National Aeronautics & Space Administration
MIT Real Estate Center
honorary founding members & graduates from the following companies:
at the request of richard michael abraham, the presidents of 300 real estate development firms joined the redi foundation and their knowledge is part of all course materials.
if accepted as a new member of the redi foundation, you'll be in good company
Few Accepted - Many Succeed
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
The REDI Foundation was founded in 1973.
Over the years, at the request of Mr. Abraham, the presidents of more than 300 leading U.S. real estate development firms volunteered their time and took part as Founding Member guest speakers at 125 national Seminars – sharing a wealth of practical knowledge.
Original photo of California homebuilder John D. Lusk, speaking at The REDI Foundation’s 1992 Beverly Hills Real Estate Development Seminar.
REDI FOUNDATION TODAY
In 2012, The REDI Foundation decided to offer this Course Program with Online, One-On-One Mentoring and Certification where Mr. Abraham personally and privately mentors accepted students.
This Mentoring and Certification Course Program provides hands on, Project-Based Knowledge and Skills.
The effectiveness of this Real Estate Development Mentoring Program can be witnessed by the success of our students.
Original photo of the reclusive Richard Michael Abraham at the REDI Foundation's first Real Estate Development Seminar in San Francisco in 1973.
The REDI Foundation
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