REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT LAND DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT
Richard Michael Abraham founded The REDI Foundation presenting the world’s first real estate development course seminar.
John D. Lusk, a major California development firm attended REDI's seminar three times as a guest speaker and then founded the USC Price real estate development master’s degree program.
Richard Michael Abraham, real estate developer, innovator and visionary creates the Real Estate Development Mentoring - Certification Program so that he can provide One-On-One Mentoring to students Worldwide. He revolutionizes high level education by combining the polarities of the Internet with personal, individualized One-On-One Mentoring. He's right by the student's side anywhere in the World 24/7, in real time.
George Slye of Spaulding & Slye, a major Massachusetts development firm, attended REDI’s seminar as a guest speaker. His partner, Hank Spaulding and MIT requested and received permission to audit Mr. Abraham’s seminar. Hank Spaulding then founded the MIT real estate development master’s degree program.
Richard Michael Abraham – A Man in the Forefront of a
World Movement in Real Estate Development Education
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.
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.
REDI FOUNDATION TODAY
Original photo of California homebuilder John D. Lusk, speaking at The REDI Foundation’s 1992 Beverly Hills Real Estate Development Seminar.
Original photo of the reclusive Richard Michael Abraham at the REDI Foundation's first Real Estate Development Seminar in San Francisco in 1973.
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