Continuing the conversation on race in real estate

Pleasanton, CA — In 1926, land at Broadway and Wall Street sold for a record-breaking $7 per square-inch, and Black-owned real estate firms accounted for a sliver of total American entrepreneurship. But pride in Black business ownership was alive, and blossoming, laying the foundation for the conversations we get to have as a company today.  …

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