Women Fighting Gentrification With A Real Estate Crowdfunding Platform

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The Tulsa Real Estate Fund (TREF) was created to help individuals in low-income neighborhoods combat gentrification through making real estate investments at as low as $500. Ernestine Johnson and Johnetta G. Paye, Esq. both play an instrumental role at TREF, which is the first African American-owned real estate crowdfunding platform. Johnson is the co-founder and chief communications officer, and Paye acts as lead counsel and VP of business affairs.

Ernestine Johnson believes in empowering people through financial literacy. Photo: CARLOS STEPHENSON

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