Peebles--Nation's Top African American Developer to Open Building Black Wealth Through Home Ownership Convention

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The 2019 NAREB theme is " Building Black Wealth Through Home Ownership," with featured speaker R. Donahue Peebles.
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The National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB) annual conference this year will focus on the theme "Building Black Wealth Through Home Ownership." NAREB's 2019 conference will be held in Atlantic City, New Jersey--from July 27 thru August 2.

One of the featured speakers this year will be R. Donahue Peebles.

Recognized as one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the nation, R. Donahue Peebles is Founder, Chairman and CEO of The Peebles Corporation. It is one of the country’s few national privately held real estate investment and development companies with a multi-billion dollar portfolio of projects in New York, Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Boston, Miami Beach, Los Angeles, and Charlotte.

In addition to his role as CEO of The Peebles Corporation, Mr. Peebles is a top-selling author (The Peebles Principles and The Peebles Path to Real Estate Wealth). Mr. Peebles is a regular guest on CNN, CNBC and FOX, and is a highly sought-after speaker who has addressed educational, business and professional audiences across the United States. 

Most recently, Mr. Peebles announced the launch of a $500 million investment fund for minority and women developers in markets that include New York, Los Angeles, and South Florida.

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