From Watching Reality TV Home Renovations to Transforming Communities

Red Barn Homebuyers' Will and Alexis Stevens Honor Parents' Legacy for Black History Month
By: Red Barn Homebuyers
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. - Feb. 19, 2024 - PRLog -- Five years ago, Will and Alexis Stevens were living paycheck to paycheck. They wanted a better quality of life for their family. Will had spent 31 years working as a supervisor  for Conrail, a freight railroad in New Jersey and Alexis was working in corporate finance. They started to consider real estate investment after the nudging of a friend. The encouragement continued through a commercial on a TV show.

One night while watching a renovation show on HGTV, Alexis thought, "I can do that!" She reached out to Red Barn Homebuyers to find out about real estate investment and flipping. With the help of Red Barn Homebuyers, a program developed specifically for entrepreneurs that want to learn and find success as a real estate investor, the Stevens would go from watching reality TV home renovations to flipping real homes and businesses. Will and Alexis are part of a network of 86 members across the country that Red Barn Homebuyers equips with real estate investing strategies.

Red Barn Homebuyers Co-Founder, Ken Corsini, shares, ""Will and Alexis have been such a great fit for Red Barn Homebuyers. They have an eye for identifying real estate opportunities and a huge heart for improving their community. We are so excited to be partnering with them in New Jersey to make their vision a reality."

Today, the Stevens move 10-15 properties each month including residential real estate flips, new construction and commercial real estate renovations. They are also committed to helping their community. When Christian Antioch Church needed help renovating the kitchen, Will stepped in. It was so out of date, it was usable. Will and the team completely updated the kitchen. It now provides a place for the church to cook and serve food to the community. Will is also working on affordable housing units to help local veterans.

Black History Month reminds Will and Alexis of their hope to continue to build upon the legacy set forth by their parents. Will's dad, who is now 93, grew up in Ridgeland, South Carolina where he witnessed people being lynched. He raised Will and his siblings to not have hatred but to love people and surround themselves around good people. Alexis' mom instilled in her a sense of determination.  Her mom raised Alexis solo after her father passed  away when she was only one years old.

Will shares, "As we honor Black History Month, I aspire to leave a legacy of empathy, understanding, and advocacy for racial equality and justice. It's essential to amplify Black voices, celebrate their achievements, and work towards a future where everyone is treated with dignity and respect, regardless of race or ethnicity."

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