Urban neighborhoods across the
nation do not have control of our dollars, our real estate and small business,
and it is hard to find funding for real estate redevelopment within our
community. As a result, across the country urban neighborhoods are being
developed by individuals who do have the best interests of the community in
mind. This leads to the displacement of longtime residents of the neighborhood,
it also destroys community culture by increasing property values for residents,
thus making the cost of housing in our community unaffordable. Tulsa Real
Estate Fund is the solution to this problem.
Tulsa Real Estate Fund is a government regulated $50 million dollar fund that finances urban redevelopment around the world, but primarily in the United States.
This 21 st Century crowdfunding vehicle, allows members of the community, institutions and advocacy groups to own an equity stake in redevelopment projects funded by Tulsa Real Estate Fund. We call this "Participation Pass Donation." Every investor will have an equity interest in every project that they invest in, which enables us to take control of our community, circulate our dollars within, take pride in our neighborhoods and unite around our common goals.
offers every member of the community an opportunity to participate in the
reshaping and buying back of our community through our "Buy a Brick" campaign. TREF Investors can invest a maximum
of $50 million down to a minimum of $50* in the Tulsa Real Estate Fund project
of their choice.
(*Plus account setup and administrative cost).
What is TREF?
Tulsa Real Estate Fund (TREF) is a regulation A-Tier 2 real estate crowd fund. TREF allows both accredited and non-accredited investors to collectively invest and own real estate projects that are unique, diversified and yield a reasonable rate of return.
Dramatic changes are playing out across parts of urban America, making many neighborhoods hardly recognizable from a relatively short time ago. A new class of more affluent residents are moving into once underinvested and predominately-poor communities. TREF’s plan to stop gentrification is to control our neighborhoods by funding and investing in real estate projects within our communities.ENGAGE WITH US!
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WHY PARTNER WITH TREF?
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report estimates that African American buying power was $1.2 trillion
in 2015 and will reach $1.4 trillion in 2020, up from $320 billion in
1990, according to a report from the
University of Georgia's Selig Center for Economic Growth
“Tulsa Real Estate Fund is our opportunity to redirect our $1.2 trillion in spending power into collective ownership and control for the redevelopment of our communities.” – Jay Morrison, CEO of Tulsa Real Estate Fund