A seed takes root in Iraq

The RealRVA Lending Team gave a  loan last week.  This loan was made on behalf of some clients who just bought a home with me as their Buyer’s Agent a few weeks ago.  The husband likes riding motorcycles, so I thought Wahhab would be the perfect match.

Wahhab Razzak Jabbar

Wahhab Razzak Jabbar, Iraq (Kiva.org)

Wahhab is from Iraq. He is 27 years old, single, and lives with seven family members.
He opened a shop for selling and repairing motorcycles in 2007. He has good experience and a good reputation and he is well known in his area.

He was requesting a $2400 loan to pay the annual rent for his shop. He is aiming to gain more profits so he can improve his family’s quality of life.

RealRVA and 75 other lenders pooled together our money to give Wahhab the $2400 loan he needed.

Click here to read more about Wahhab.  There’s also interesting info about how loans work in Muslim countries.

Want to give a loan to somebody like Wahhab?  Join the RealRVA Lending Team!

Jay McGee used to live in Southeast Asia, doing language research and literacy development. Now he’s a Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Realty. He gives a microloan to somebody in a developing country every time someone in Richmond buys or sells their home with him.
Contact: jaymcgee.kw@gmail.com

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