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From the beginning of recorded time, real estate or land and property ownership has been responsible for the creation of many fortunes. Here are some Black real estate business owners and professionals who are at the top of their game.

Black Real Estate Business Owners & Professionals

Ayesha Selden (Philadelphia, PA) is a self-made millionaire who has amassed a real estate portfolio of 0ver 30 properties and 41 units. She is also an author, public speaker, and coach.

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Roy Donahue “Don” Peebles (Washington D.C.) is the Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Peebles Corporation, the largest African American-owned real estate development and ownership company in the US.

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Cedric Matheny (Atlanta, GA) is Principal and Vice at President T.Dallas Smith & Company. He specializes in Tenant and Buyer representation services for corporate users of office, industrial, retail, and land. He also advises clients on site selection, real estate investment, and real estate development.

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Eze Okwodu (DMV area) With over fifteen years of experience as a real estate investor, Eze is committed to helping his clients find their dream properties that not only meet their needs but are sound financial investments.

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G. Lamont Blackstone (Mount Vernon, NY) is the principal of G. L. Blackstone & Associates LLC, a commercial real estate consulting firm specializing in urban markets.

Lisa Phillips (Arlington, VA) is the founder of Affordable Real Estate Investments. She is also a real estate investor who is passionate about teaching others how to “cash in on working class neighborhoods for higher profits.”

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Scottie Smith (Houston, TX) is the Managing Broker at Scottie Smith II & Associates. Mr. Smith specializes in sales, investments, property analysis, and valuation of multifamily and single-family properties in Texas.

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Harrison Beacher (Washington, D.C) has dealt with and successfully helped close every kind of deal from multi-million dollar sales, to foreclosures, short sales, co-ops ,estate sales, first time buyers, Down payment assistance program deals, investors, rentals, and everything in between.

Adenah Bayoh ( Irvington, NJ) is the founder and CEO of Adenah Bayoh and Companies, which is the parent corporation that owns IHOP franchises in Newark, Paterson, and Irvington, New Jersey and a real estate development portfolio with over $250 million dollars in urban redevelopment projects.

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Quintin E. Primo III (Chicago, IL) is the co-founder and CEO of Capri Capital Partners, a real estate investment firm specializing in mezzanine investments in real estate private and publicly held companies. Mr. Primo has more than 30 years of real estate investment experience.

Daniel D. Thomas (Bridgeport, CT) Since starting his career at the age of 19. By the age of 23, he became one of the youngest Real-Estate Brokers in the country to open his own firm Daniel D. Thomas Real-Estate .

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Kenneth H. Fearn (Los Angeles, CA) is Founder and Managing Partner of Integrated Capital LLC, a leading hotel-focused, private real estate advisory and investment firm. 

mTkalla (pronounced T’kalla) Keaton (New York, NY) has over twenty-five years of experience managing properties in Brownstone Brooklyn.

Egypt Sherrod (Atlanta, GA) is an award winning Realtor ® and CEO of The Egypt Sherrod Real Estate Group. Egypt’s daily business activities include counseling modest first-time home buyers to quarterbacking the listing/marketing of homes owned by corporate leaders, celebrities, physicians and investors throughout Atlanta.

Brendan Wright (Atlanta,GA) is a realtor with Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty and a Certified Negotiation Expert. In 2013, Brendan was recognized as Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty’s youngest Multi-Million Dollar Sales Club member.

Christian Ross (Atlanta, GA) has been in real estate for over 10 years, she has been featured on HGTV, honored as a “Bold Woman of Buckhead” in Simply Buckhead magazine and a leader in the industry as a past President of the Women’s Council of Realtors’ Atlanta Chapter: the youngest in the organization’s 56 year history.

Michael Russell (Atlanta, GA) is the CEO of H.J. Russell & Company, a vertically integrated service provider specializing in real estate development, construction, program management, and property management. Michael founded the company in 1952 and led it for 50 years.

 

Broker Associate, Kofi Nartey, (Beverly Hills, CA)  is a Certified Luxury Homes Marketing Specialist. Kofi has been a correspondent on celebrity and luxury real estate for over 100 national television and print media outlets.

Victor MacFarlane (San Francisco, CA) is chairman and chief executive officer of MacFarlane Partners, which he founded in 1987 to provide real estate investment management services to institutional investors.

Kenneth Bacon (Bethesda, MD) is Co-founder and Managing Partner of RailField Partners. Prior to forming RailField, Ken spent 19 years at Fannie Mae, most recently as the Executive Vice President and Head of the Multifamily Business.

Sundra Ryce (Buffalo, NY) is the President and CEO of SLR Contracting & Service Company, Inc. SLRoffers commercial general construction, construction management, and design-build services for new construction and renovation projects, schools, nuclear facilities, and government projects.

Tony O. Lawson


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38 Comments

  1. I’m interested in getting to know how to get my Life together by investing in order to have the TOOL’S for my too CHILDREN that we all know they need in order to get started in this BIG world I have a little net saved up PLEASE PLEASE someone HELP ME GET STARTED. THANKS

  2. SDavis MS
    STEM Educator/Biochemist
    Hello. My daughter & I are seeking black realtors in Boston.
    I have job opportunities in teaching & lab work.
    We have the $$$ . Need by Aug.
    Thanks

    • Hello Steph,

      I hope this message finds you well. I am a Black owned real estate firm out of Boston. If you’re new to the Boston area I’d like to schedule some time to show you around the city and all it has to offer. I look forward to speaking with you.

  3. I will be relocating to the Southern California Area within the next 30 days and looking to associate myself with a Real Estate Firm that has primarily African American Real Estate Brokers and Salespeople. If you will, please provide me some suggestions.

    Thank you.

  4. Hello,

    I am looking to sell a house in Central Illinois in the next 6 months. Could you please provide me with African American real estate brokers in that region?

    Thank you

  5. I’m looking to get started in real estate….I would like to learn from the best in the business… Thanks for your time and consideration…

  6. Looking for a minority person in new haven ct area
    We are seniors looking to relocate i county of new haven. Ct prefer a person who work with seniors.
    Need lots of patience,understandings,and commitment.you may send information to e maid address

    • Hi, Mrs. Little. I am originally from Connecticut and am a Black real estate agent in Maryland/Virginia area. If you haven’t found an agent to help you, I can definitely help you find someone in the New Haven, CT area. Please email me your contact information to wedoeverythingrealestate@gmail.com. God Bless!

  7. Hello David,

    My name is Ari Frank of Ari Frank & Associates. I am the sole owner and operator of a start-up Real Estate firm in Los Angeles, CA. I take pride in providing high level service to all of my clients. My key performance indicators are professionalism, promptness and friendly service. I would like to speak with you in further detail to see how I could assist you with your Real Estate needs. I can be reached at arifrankrealestate@gmail.com. I look forward to speaking with you soon.

  8. We have this ever pervading myth that people in black urban neighborhoods have no money to spend and no financial capital to draw from, it’s not true. The problem is that this financial capital is not properly aggregated and harnessed to the wheels of group economics. The money in these neighborhoods is being squandered on Tom Foolery. Booze, Cigarettes, Lottery Tickets, Gambling, Hair Weaves, Chinese Food, Fast Food, and other miscellaneous garbage. Not on Life Insurance, Stocks, Bonds, and other investments, not on education, and not on things that create personal growth and development. Money ain’t the problem. It’s how the money is spent. But it’s foolish for anyone not to invest in Urban Black America because there is so much untapped and unutilized financial capital in the black community it’s unbelievable. Anyone who says otherwise need to slap themselves.

    • Finance needs to become a substitute for the language(s) that was (were) stolen from black people and it should be spoken every single day. “Hey girl, cash flow, real estate, net worth, generational wealth, home ownership ? Sistahhhhh, entrepreneurship, return on investment, balance sheet, profits AND retirement plan!!!”And most important black children as do other groups need to be given a full understanding of money – how it works, its importance, and how to use it to their benefit early and throughout their development. It all needs to start yesterday!!

      • Dianne using the blame ideology of what was stolen from us is getting a bit worn out.. I can say just speaking English and understanding it is still part of moving forward. To counter, how many years since we were stolen have we progressed as a people? What type of progress have we as a people moved the needle.. Yes, I agree we should be teaching but also relearning what we are teaching and have been taught 24/7. I live in Europe and its equally hard to get our SubSaharian families that risk to come here to understand financial issues. Yes the younger kids are in the next phase of understanding it but for too many arent…

  9. Writing from the Atlantic City, NJ area.
    I’m a Black RE agent that works in a shore town with a strong past of black history and home ownership that is being lost. Reaching out to people of color that have a interest in being in a shore along the Jersey shore were that diversity is accepted. We have it all in this town that only needs the many many shades of brown to take a look at the opportunities.

  10. We are looking to sell our home in southern New Jersey and want to relocate to the Chattanooga, Tenn. area. Would like to use black real estate firms for both transactions. Can you help in this area?

  11. Hello my beautiful driven sistas&brothas.My name is Tiffany.I am currently seeking a financial consultant to share some information on how to invest and increase my networth.Feel free to email anytime.Even if you just simply want to offer any sound advice on personal and financial growth.

  12. I am seeking Black Real Estate Investors interested in residential and commercial property development, financing, investing, equity partnerships and etc. in Ridgeville, SC near Volvo of North America.

    I have clients with properties seeking financing for improvements and new development.

  13. I am a commercial real estate practitioner. Black owned & operated. Feel free to reach out me. We have properties nationwide.

  14. I am a black Michigan real estate broker/Realtor with over 30 years experience in single & multi family, apartments, retail, and office sales, development, and redevelopment. I am presently building a team of licensed professionals, and requiring all to have high integrity, honesty, ethics, good judgment, and exceptional knowledge. The process has been slow, but I now have hired 17 agents who meet my strict requirements. Feel free to give us a call at 833-WE-DO-MORE, or http://www.AmazingRealEstate.net. Thank you.

    AMAZING! Real Estate Solutions, REALTORS

  15. I’m A Black Independent Real Estate Loan Consultant for a Black Owned and Operated Private Lending Co., Legacy Commercial Capital. We’re seeking highly motivated individuals seeking extra income working from home with the potential earnings of 90k within there months. Legacy pays the highest commission in the private industry. For complete details visit our website at http://www.legacyroi.com. This is a private company, you must mention my name Eugene Williams as the person invited by. If possible you can take part in a live conference call at 7:00 A.M Tuesdays Eastern time. The # is 1-218-339-6919. Code 2015#

    • Good Day Mr. Eugene Williams!

      Currently I’m in the process of gaining my Real Estate license. Considering real estate has many avenues to engage, I am centering all methods of income to be within its field. I came across your ad and wanted to know if the work-from-home opportunity is still available?

      Best Regards!

  16. Recently relocated to South Florida, after 30 years in the Automotive Industry in Virginia.
    Preparing for the Florida State Real Estate Exam on 7/22/2019.
    My wife is a local Mortgage Loan Originator with 14 years of experience and impeccable credentials. Looking to network with like minded professionals.

  17. Hi ,
    I am a real estate agent in Los Angeles,CA. I am seeking a great firm that moves forward and is highly motivated with hands on mentor ship and training. Are there any black owned realty groups in Los Angeles,CA.

  18. Very Inspiring!! Congratulations on all yours’ success. I planned to be profiled on here in the future.

  19. I have spent two weeks trying to find a company that services state Pa…I want to purchase a home (first time homebuyer/Hud&FHA programs). I am looking a Hud listed -Sage Acquisitions
    https://sageacq.com

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