REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT LAND DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT
THE WORLDS LEADING AND MOST COMPREHENSIVE ONLINE 6-MONTH
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT AND MENTORING - CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
For Applicants to be accepted, they must bring a skill or resources to the table that align with REDI’s 6-Month Real Estate Development Mentoring – Certification Course/Program. Richard Michael Abraham leads accepted applicants and helps them and shows them exactly how to put together and own an equity interest in $5,000,000-$25,000,000 Developments or Joint Venture Developments during the Course – and then using the skills learned to do it over and over again, year after year.
SUCCESSFUL GRADUATES AND ALUMNI WHO ARE ACHIEVING THIS UNHEARD OF SUCCESS GLOBALLY COME FROM THE FOLLOWING FIELDS:
Tuition for a Master’s Degree at MIT Center for Real Estate is $67,958 plus an estimated $18,000 for housing and related costs. The REDI Foundation applauds MIT for its efforts in educating students in the classroom. If you’re looking for a job and a theoretical approach to developing, REDI recommends the MIT Master’s Degree program.
The REDI Foundation’s program is strictly for entrepreneurial spirited individuals and businesses who are not seeking a job or lecture/theoretical spreadsheet instruction but instead, want to gain practical, hands-on, in the trenches, project-based knowledge, experience, wisdom and private, real time Mentoring and precision guidance from Richard Michael Abraham in order to put together “real” Developments or Joint Venture Developments in their communities year after year. Our graduates and Alumni choose REDI to become “real” Developers and Joint Venture Developers owning their own business. And, though REDI’s Tuition offers extraordinary and incomparable value, because Richard Michael Abraham volunteers his time value in his Legacy Course/Program, REDI’s Tuition is considerably less – a fraction of MIT’s Tuition costs.
REDI accepts only 30 Applicants each year with a mission to help each student develop or Joint Venture between $5,000,000-$25,000,000 each year.
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