Video - Before Construction

Panelists

Moderator: Thomas Lopez-Pierre - Harlem Real Estate Fund, LLC.

Beatrice Sibbles - BOS Development, LLC.

Caroline Harris, Esq. - Goldman Harris, LLC.

Clem G. Turner, Esq. - Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi, PC.

Derek Warner, Esq. - Law Offices of Derek Warner, Esq.

Garry Anthony Johnson, AIA - Johnson Design Consulting, Inc.

Tobayi Howton, CPA - T. Howton & Co., Inc.

The Harlem Real Estate Fund, LLC (the "Fund") was founded in 2014 by Thomas Lopez-Pierre, a NYS Licensed Real Estate Broker and Affordable Housing Activist, as a boutique Black and Hispanic-owned private equity/social impact real estate fund.

The Fund raises investment capital exclusively from Black and Hispanic investors and deploys it exclusively with Black and Hispanic real estate developers.

Washington Post: White families have nearly 10 times the net worth of black families. And the gap is growing.

The Fund is committed to building and preserving the multi-generational wealth of its Black and Hispanic investors by increasing their ownership of multi-family housing in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

Panelists

Moderator: Thomas Lopez-Pierre - Harlem Real Estate Fund, LLC.

Beatrice Sibbles - BOS Development, LLC.

Clem G. Turner, Esq. - Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi, PC.

Derek Warner, Esq. - Law Offices of Derek Warner, Esq.

Garry Anthony Johnson, AIA - Johnson Design Consulting, Inc.

Tobayi Howton, CPA - T. Howton & Co., Inc.

Rev. Kermitt L. Williams - CEO of Kingdom Faith Developers.

Robert Horsford - President at Apex General Contracting.

Walter Edwards, Founding Partner/CEO of Full Spectrum of NY, LLC.

Video - After Construction

Sponsorship opportunities at info@harlemrealestatefund.com.

***All Are Welcome To Attend***

No Door Sales/No Refunds/Credit Only

Black and Hispanic Real Estate Investment Forum

Special Guest Speaker: Shawn D. Rochester, Author of The Black Tax

June 18, 2019

Look at the above two short videos (before and after) of a one family home (3 beds/1 bath), developed into a two family home (3 beds/2 baths per floor) in Jamaica, Queens, New York by:

1 - Black real estate developer;

2 - 100% Black and Hispanic investors;

3 - 100% Black and Hispanic construction contractors (electrician, carpenter and labors, etc.);

4 - Black family brought the property as their primary home.

In contract for sale: $870,000.

Development Cost (Acquisition/Construction: $660,000).

Income generated: $210,000.

Contact Thomas Lopez-Pierre directly if you would like more information on investing with other Black and Hispanic real estate investors at info@harlemrealestatefund.com.

The Harlem Real Estate Fund, LLC ("the Fund") invites you to join other Black and Hispanic people in building wealth by investing in multi-family housing in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

Look at the above short video of a one family home (2 bedrooms/2 bathrooms) in Baychester, Bronx, New York that a Black real estate developer owns and plans to demolish and in its place:

1 - Build two new attached homes with two apartments per building (3 beds/2 baths per floor);

NOTE: Development expected to be completed in 10 to 14 months.

2 - Raise $500,000 (minimum investment per investor is $10,000);

3 - 100% Black and Hispanic investors;

4 - 100% Black and Hispanic construction contractors (electrician, carpenter and labors, etc.).

Each of the two buildings is expected to sell for $800,000 for a total sale price of $1,600,000 ($1.6 million dollars).

Current property to be demolished (3 beds/1 bath)

Prototype of property to be built (2 attached homes: 3 beds/2 bath)

Thomas Lopez-Pierre gives investment presentation (Eastchester, Bronx, NYC

Thomas Lopez-Pierre will demonstrate via the Fund that profit and social responsibility are NOT mutually exclusive and can enhance a company’s ability to raise investment capital and increase profitability.

The Fund has developed a pipeline of actionable opportunities, driven by its network of experienced Black and Hispanic operating partners to minimize risk, improve execution and increase profits.

Bloomberg News: Black Poverty Is Rooted in Real-Estate Exploitation.

Gentrification is here to stay: History reminds us that some of the best real estate investment opportunities were created amid adverse conditions akin to what we are experiencing today.

New York Times: New Rent Laws Pass in N.Y.: ‘The Pendulum Is Swinging’ Against Landlords.

Black and Hispanic real estate investors will need to evolve and adapt as necessary if they are to be in a position to meet the challenges of creating multi-generational wealth that NOT only benefits the FEW but expands economic opportunities for the MANY within the Black and Hispanic community.

Gothamist.com: Study Shows How Weakened Rent Laws Cost NYC More Than 150,000 Rent-Regulated Apartments.

Thomas Lopez-Pierre strongly believes that by rooting the ownership of multi-family housing in the Black and Hispanic community broadly in the hands of Black and Hispanic people, it will help to foster a higher state of economic and political empowerment and end the current  exploitation and displacement of the Black (and Hispanic) community by "Greedy Landlords" in America.

6sqft.com: With $2.5 billion in Brooklyn real estate, Hasidic investors are a formidable gentrification driver.

The below photo is a great example [ prototype ] of what the Black real estate developer [ plans to build ] on property.

Investment Terms (as of 12-26-19)

In return for their $500,000 investment (50 units at $10,000 each), the developer is granting the investment group, 50% of the profits or 15% return on their invested capital (which ever is greater).

Each unit of ownership ($10,000 per unit) is valued at a 1% ownership interest in the property.

Development Cost: $920,000 (Acquisition: $420,000/Construction: $500,000).

Past Successful Investment

Contact Thomas Lopez-Pierre directly with [ full name and cell phone number ] for information on investing at info@harlemrealestatefund.com.

Black and Hispanic Real Estate Investment Forum

LMHQ - 150 Broadway (20th floor) - New York, NY 10038

What are Opportunity Zones (OZ)? / IRS: Opportunity Zones Frequently Asked Questions.

October 29, 2019

Thomas Lopez-Pierre investment presentation - Before (Jamaica, Queens, NYC)

Thomas Lopez-Pierre investment presentation - After (Jamaica, Queens, NYC)

"Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek," Barack Obama.

Past Events:

LMHQ - 150 Broadway (20th floor) - New York, NY 10038

IRS Opportunity Zones: How Can Black And Hispanic Real Estate Investors Profit?

"How To Legally Raise Capital From Real Estate Investors: Private Equity, Crowd FinancingOpporunity ZonesEB-5?"

The Black and Hispanic Real Estate Investment Forum is committed to increasing:

1 - The wealth of Black and Hispanic people by increasing their ownership of multi-family housing;

2 - The hiring of Black and Hispanic Lawyers, Real Estate Brokers, Mortgage Bankers, Building and Construction Contractors, etc.;

3 - STOPPING "Greedy Landlords" from pushing Black and Hispanic people out of our communities.

Black and Hispanic Real Estate Investment Forum

LMHQ150 Broadway (20th floor), New York, NY 10038

WANTED: Black and Hispanic Investors

Tuesday, April 21, 2020 (6:30PM - 8:30PM)

SAVE THE DATE:

Advance Ticket Sales: $100 Per Person ($250 After February 15, 2019)

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(Minimum Investment: $10,000)