- A brilliant lady named Melissa Wyatt has self-built a real estate empire with more than $7 million in properties
- The business, called MW Enterprises, is located at a town in Jefferson County, Wisconsin, in the United States
- According to Melissa, her inspiration came from her grandparents who taught her that Black people could also own properties
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Melissa Wyatt, a brilliant lady, has been able to develop for herself a real estate venture that has over $7 million worth of properties.
According to Blackbusiness.com, Melissa's enterprise is a privately managed and diversified real estate company called MW Enterprises LLC at Ixonia, a town in Wisconsin in the United States.
Briefly.co.za learnt that it is reported that the serial entrepreneur, real estate developer, coach, and mentor spent decades honing her skills through multiple startups.
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Melissa indicates that her inspiration to continue innovating comes from her grandparents, Black farmers who owned both their land and their home. According to her, at a young age she learned from her grandparents that Black people could actually have ownership over real estate.
Currently, Melissa's focus is on building great wealth for the next generation, uplifting women and people of colour in real estate, as well as making transformation changes in the communities in which she invests.
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In an earlier report, Kantanka Automobile, a local car manufacturing company, has released a new model of cars named the Omama which is a beautiful 4x4 pickup vehicle.
Kwadwo Safo Jnr, the CEO of the Kantanka Group of companies under which the Ghanaian automobile company is a subsidiary, revealed this on his Twitter handle.
Apart from the stunning exterior design of the Omama, she is also stuffed with amazing features on the dashboard and has stirred up reactions among Ghanaians on Twitter.
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