“Sixteen years in real estate has taught Muriel Williams-Thompson the market is different for different people.
She knew that when she got into the business after hearing stories from her grandparent’s who sold homes seven decades ago.
“Selling homes to Black families back in the ’50s was, it put your life in danger as a real estate professional,” Williams-Thompson said. “There were individuals who hated you for that. So they had a lot of death threats. Bomb threats on their home things like that. It was rough. It was rough times.””
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Eastman, Katie. Channel 9 News 22 November 2020.