To work with corporate partners that recognize the devastation of structural and systematic roadblocks in America, and understand the importance of making a yearly commit to invest 1.3% or greater of their net income, over a period of 10 years, to various African American owned organizations.


Through these efforts, individuals and companies can work together to reduce the deprivation-of-capital within industries that continue to redline communities with a high population of African Americans in the areas of housing, employment, education, technology, skills training, and finances.

Over the next 10 years, AIREE and our partners aim to invest more than $1.5 billion to galvanize opportunity for licensed and certified African American real estate professionals in the areas of housing, development, mentorship, technology, and financial capital.
Real Estate Professionals

Community Role Models

Develop and strengthen alliances through the collaboration of real estate professionals, proving that by working together, we as professional can begin to rebuild communities throughout the U.S. that have been forgotten or lack representation.  

Defining Real Estate Professionals: Licensed and/or certified professionals who make up a large percentage of the real estate sector.

  • Architects

  • Agricultural (Farmers)

  • Appraisers

  • Banks & Credit Unions

  • Brokerages (Real Estate & Mortgage)

  • Builders 

  • Civil Engineers

  • Construction

  • Developers 

  • General Contractors

  • Insurance (Home, Commercial, etc.)

  • Land Developers

  • Manufactures (Building Materials)

  • Mortgage Brokers & Loan Officers

  • Project Managers

  • Property Management 

  • Real Estate Agents & Brokers

  • Real Estate Attorneys

  • Software (Developers & Services)

  • Surveyors

  • Technology

  • Title Companies



Invest in education to help increase the number of licensed and certified African Americans in the real estate sector (i.e., agents, brokers, mortgage brokers, architects, general contractors, project managers, engineers, construction, etc.).


Increase alliances and corporate partnerships by working with organizations that truly want to make a difference and impact the future of the real estate industry by taking part in the increase of property ownership, job increase, the development and sustainability of businesses, and the improvement communities with a high population of African Americans.



Work with Corporate Partners to invest in the development of housing, commercial real estate, technology, and other community infrastructure to catalyze generational wealth and property ownership among African Americans within their communities.  

"It is a peculiar sensation, this double-consciousness, this sense of always looking at one's self through the eyes of others, of measuring one's soul by the tape of a world that looks on in amused contempt and pity."

- W. E. B. Du Bois


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