The path to homeownership isn't that hard when you surround yourself with the right people. In this episode, Erica Rawls and Stephanie Milburn explain how they help to educate and empower young people about wealth building through the National Campaign ''House Then The Car''.
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About House Then The Car
House Then The Car is a national campaign to educate, empower and mobilize generations of African Americans about building wealth. This movement empowers communities that have GenX, millennials, GenY GenZ's on the value of owning property as a generational wealth-building tool. House Then The Car speaks specifically to the African American community and offers real-life housing and financing options and solutions.
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