- Three men, Harrison Beacher, Ryan Butler, and Keith James, have teamed up to build a real estate business
- Information available shows that they are on the way to building a $100 million real estate business
- They have formed a company, Coalition Properties Group (CPG), which is based in Washington DC, USA.
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Information available to YEN.com.gh shows that three friends have built a red estate business valued at almost $100 million.
The African-American entrepreneurs, Harrison Beacher, Ryan Butler, and Keith James enjoyed success in business as individuals.
They, however, decided to merge to form the Coalition Properties Group (CPG), which is based in Washington DC.
Per a report by blackbusiness.com, they decided to combine their entrepreneurial knowledge and skills and not compete with each other.
YEN.com.gh understands that CPG buys, rehabs, and resell properties and they help clients who are seeking to buy homes.
They also help their clients to progress financially by helping them find jobs among others.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has learned that the only Ghanaian football player to represent a top English club, Manchester United, has experienced a downturn in his career and livelihood.
Regarded as ‘the new Pele’, Adu, who started his career as a teenager, is currently a free agent and faces an uncertain future.
Information available suggests that he became the youngest player to sign a professional football contract in the United States in November 2003.
He became a global star at 14 years and always had fans excited when he stepped on the pitch. Adu was known for his lightning-quick feet, an imposing physique and a good eye for goals.
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