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Born in Gary, Indiana and a graduate of Morehouse College in Atlanta, Terrance is a retired seasoned banker with 30 years plus experience with the largest New York City bank. He began his banking career in New York City as a Relationship Manager but transitioned over the period into Risk Management. Over the years he has held Senior Risk Management positions in the commercial and private client lending businesses both domestically and overseas. His review/approval of real estate transactions for his clients and his own personal real estate holdings fostered his interest in real estate and lead him to commence a real estate sales career in August 2007. His attention to details, an ability to assess the potential of a property and an understanding of finance are a few of his strengths. He has worked and lived in Lagos, Tokyo and Prague. Terrance is a runner and enjoys watching professional sports.
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