orlando, florida – At this point in human history, the laws, rules and regulations surrounding what is happening in financial firms are plentiful and unintuitive, so beginners need guidance before their financial dreams come true.
At the season 2 premiere of “Black Men Sundays” this week, host Corie Murray is a loan officer at Homevision Mortgage, who is actively giving back to the Brevard County community, primarily through philanthropy and money-conscious leadership. Interview with Conrado Martinez.
“When it comes to intergenerational wealth and all that we are trying to achieve and talk about, we have to recognize that it is under attack and threatened. In my opinion, when we talk about wealth or generational wealth, it’s a different thing for different people, different numbers depending on where you are geographically and generationally. One thing I think is that when it comes to that portal, the gateway to generational wealth, it’s definitely homeownership.
Martinez started his career in the industry at Citi Group, going from life insurance agent to financial advisor and finally loan officer. Mortgages His professed mission as a consultant is to use his financial background and experience to “demystify the financial world and make it easily understood by the general public.”
“I think the unknown is the barrier that keeps people from stepping into this portal that we call the wealth of generations. There are many different asset classes and categories that you can do,” Martinez said.
Martinez, director of Bigger and Better Business at the local Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity chapter, seeks to address these issues by motivating young people to build intergenerational wealth. There is
At that point, Martinez said the fraternity had recently launched a crowdfunding effort to fill the scholarship fund with donations to films, specifically the upcoming film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. . Unite and move forward as a collective.
“We’re hosting a movie event on November 19th at 6:00 pm at The Oaks Cinemas (Premier Theater Oaks 10) here in Melbourne, Florida,” says Martinez. “We call it ‘Crowdfunding for Generational Wealth.’ The premise behind it is simple: each family donates $100 to a cause. It’s about our families becoming collective: rich uncles, people who can come in and nudge their families and step into what’s already been set in motion. We want our children to come together because of their focus on helping others step onto the threshold called generational wealth by buying, renting, or owning a home. I hope you can see it.”
Find and donate to crowdfunding efforts click here, catch an earlier interview with Conrad and Murray in the episode. Season 1 of 20: “Are You Improving Your Financial IQ?”
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