REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT LAND DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT
Mentoring Makes It Happen
TRANSFORMING STUDENT PROJECTS INTO REALITY.
PRIVATE, ONE-ON-ONE REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT MENTORING FROM RICHARD MICHAEL ABRAHAM
This Comprehensive ONLINE 6-Month Real Estate Development Mentoring And Certification Course Program is specifically designed for Experienced Real Estate Developers, Landowners, Emerging Real Estate Developers Planning their First Development or for Entrepreneurial Individuals who possess a Passion To Succeed in this lucrative Business and want to Develop their First Joint Venture Development.
Accepted Students who complete all Assignments, Section Exams and Final Certification Exam in this 6 Month Program, with Private Mentoring from Richard Michael Abraham will absolutely have a "Real" Real Estate Development or Joint Venture - fully and professionally packaged on the table and ready for investors.
The REDI Foundation Stands Behind This Course:
After your first month of enrollment, if you are not pleased with the Course, for any reason, let us know and you will receive an immediate and appropriate refund.
Private Mentoring From Richard Michael Abraham
The REDI Foundation's Course combines Project-Based Learning with Private Mentoring From An Experienced Developer.
When you are accepted into The REDI Foundation's 6-Month Mentoring-Certification Real Estate Development Educational Program, you will actually gain the opportunity to Develop Joint Venture Real Estate Developments during the course.
Original photo of California homebuilder John D. Lusk, speaking at The REDI Foundation’s 1992 Beverly Hills Real Estate Development Seminar. Mr. Lusk was a development pioneer who founded a $500 million real estate development empire and left as a legacy the development of a huge swath of California development. His company built more than 40,000 homes and scores of shopping centers, office buildings and industrial parks, helping to shape the entire Southern California region.
“John D. Lusk was a remarkable real estate developer, extraordinary person and inspiration and I will always miss him."
Richard Michael Abraham
Canadian Student's planned $12,000,000 Apartment Development in Canada.
Original photo of the reclusive developer Richard Michael Abraham at the REDI Foundation's first Real Estate Development Seminar in San Francisco in 1973.