“Every neighborhood deserves a vibrant local economy filled with businesses that serve residents’ needs. Equitable access to commercial real estate is key to making that happen” write Tracy Loh and Andre Perry for Bloomberg. Undervaluation of homes plays a large part in racial wealth inequality. According to Fannie Mae, Black homeownership sits at 42 percent while white … [Read more...] about Changing the ownership model.
Brinda Devine has over 25 years of experience in real estate, beginning at age 29 with Acquest Development, where she earned her real estate broker license and served as their Vice President of Asset Management. She then joined Wayne State University, where she established a Real Estate Office which facilitates the purchase and sale of land and buildings for the University, and … [Read more...] about No more broken promises.
"What is your superpower?" This is the question that Devin Thorpe asks every one of his podcast guests in his podcast show, Superpowers for Good, where he focuses on inspirational impact. And true to form, Devin asks Eve the same question in this episode, Developer Becomes a Tech Entrepreneur to Help Community-Focused Peers. Her answer? Stick-to-itness. Eve’s … [Read more...] about Superpower. Stick-to-itness.￼
Eve Picker, founder of Small Change, talks to Brian Gaudio of Module Housing. Eve has a passion for cities and for working on real estate projects that make a positive impact in neighborhoods. Originally from Australia, Eve trained as an architect and has a master's degree in urban design. She moved to Pittsburgh where she fell in love with the city and, through a series of … [Read more...] about On making waves.
NuMarket was born out of the pandemic. Ross Chanowski founded the social crowdfunding platform in 2020 because he felt there wasn’t a way for communities to purposefully support the survival and growth of their local businesses. In an interview with The Boston Globe, Ross said that he wanted to develop a way for customers to meaningfully support the businesses they love while, … [Read more...] about New markets for main street.