The JP UP Date: JP Lists Two Homes For Sale

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Number 50                             January 17, 2020                                            St. Louis

Justine PETERSEN Lists Two Homes for Sale

Justine PETERSEN has two amazing homes on the market!  A new construction home at 2561 Adams Street in Granite City, Illinois offers wood laminate flooring throughout, main floor laundry room, and a gorgeous kitchen with soft close cabinets and stove, microwave and dishwasher included.  Check out the full listing here:

Also available is 230 Virginia Avenue in Cottage Hills, Illinois.  This fully rehabbed home offers a new roof, water heater, a/c, flooring, lighting, kitchen cabinets, stainless steel stove and microwave.  Check out the full listing here:

JP’s Franchot Cunningham Presents and Delivers with Mission:  St. Louis

JP staffer Franchot Cunningham is no stranger to community presentations and no stranger to Mission:  St. Louis.  A seasoned asset-building counselor, Franchot co-taught, along with JP’s Shawna Collier, the 13-week Ice House Entrepreneurship curriculum at Mission:  St. Louis as part of JP’s Aspire program, which specifically assisted returning citizens who expressed a desire in entrepreneurship.  Most recently, Franchot offered a comprehensive workshop on credit building and asset building to members of the local community, furthering Mission: St. Louis’ commitment to community education and economic empowerment.

St. Louis Builds Credit to Launch Soon

Prosperity Connection, a nonprofit financial education provider, is launching St. Louis Builds Credit in an effort to assist St. Louisans to achieve a prime credit score, build wealth and become more financially resilient.  Justine PETERSEN will join the fellow community and service providers Dutchtown South Community Corporation and the St. Louis Small Business Empowerment Center in providing hands-on credit building counseling and outreach to local residents.  The 2020 pilot will begin its efforts in the Gravois-Jefferson Corridor and adjacent neighborhoods of South St. Louis City.  The Equifax Foundation is providing significant grant resources to support the initiative.