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Re: 10 of the Richest Black Communities in America
« Reply #15 on: January 23, 2015, 12:34:19 PM »
Interesting that they separated Ladera Heights, Baldwin Hills and View Park / Windsor Hills. Those communities all run together. I was just down there Monday night at the Baldwin Hills / Crenshaw Mall Rave theater to see the Wedding Ringer. :nod:

I was there last week . I like the Windsor area more than Baldwin Hills , where the homes appeared on top of each other.

I thought the movie was replaced with a Chase Bank.

When I saw this I was thinking...."what is he talkin' about?". Then it occured to me.....................................you're talking about the old Baldwin Theater that used to be on La Brea! Man, that theater has been gone for probably fifteen years now. :lol:

I'm talking about that Magic Johnson Theater.........that is now a Rave Theater..........at the Baldwin Hills / Crenshaw Mall. ;)
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Re: 10 of the Richest Black Communities in America
« Reply #16 on: January 23, 2015, 08:07:20 PM »
PROFESSOR SAYS BUYING A HOME IN A BLACK NEIGHBORHOOD IS HARMFUL TO WEALTH BUILDING?

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"If You STAY Ready ... You Ain't Got To GET Ready!"

And ... "You Are What You NEGOTIATE!"


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Re: 10 of the Richest Black Communities in America
« Reply #17 on: January 24, 2015, 02:19:34 AM »
Regardless of what that article says, wealth building is not the ONLY reason I would choose to live in a Black neighborhood. I don't mind if the house doesn't appreciate AS MUCH as a White neighborhood. I just don't want it to DEPRECIATE. Trust me.......................those folks in Ladera Heights are not disappointed with the return on their investment. One of my sisters classmates from medical school bought a house in Ladera Heights right after they graduated. That was right around 1997 / 1998. He bought that house for $250K. I looked it up on Zillow.com last month........................it's now worth over $800K. Need I say more?   ;)
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Re: 10 of the Richest Black Communities in America
« Reply #18 on: January 24, 2015, 08:20:47 AM »
Isn't there one of these communities on Martha's Vineyard? ???

 

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