“Real estate is about more than just a home,” Carlee, a graduate of Real Estate Ambassadors told the crowd. “It’s about the land and everything on it.”
Carlee and nearly a dozen other students packed the classroom at 36 Degrees North on a sunny Friday afternoon. Joined by parents and community members, they celebrated being part of the first graduating class of the Real Estate Ambassadors.
The program, created by local real estate agent and business developer Aszurdee Sade, “introduces youth in urban communities to real estate as a means of commerce, empowerment, wealth building and financial literacy,” according to the organization’s website. It aims to position students to utilize real estate “as an alternate to the traditional pathway to success.”
“We are the world’s only mobile real estate school,” Sade said at the event. “There are no limits to what these students can learn in the real estate…