The NCREA Welcomes Mica Coleman

May 18, 2018 – Long Beach, CA. The National Commercial Real Estate Association announced Friday, the addition of Mica Coleman to the association’s roster of top Commercial Real Estate Coaches and Trainers.  A successful Author, Entrepreneur, Educator and Real Estate Investor, Mica will handle training in the San Jose, Sacramento, Bay Area for the organization.

Mica Coleman’s  journey began 15 years ago as a mobile notary. Now she shares her success in real estate and investing with Residential Agents and Investors seeking to venture into Commercial Real Estate. She is the founder of “Healthy Financial Futures, Inc. (HFFI)”- a financial consulting and investment firm.  HFF, Inc. offers product and services that equip clients with skills to make smart financial decisions to acquire effortless cash flow through real estate investing.

Whether Mica is speaking about finances and investing, or whether she’s speaking about Commercial Real Estate, you can expect to be challenged to “think outside of the box” and to be educated, inspired and empowered to take control of your destiny. She is the author of an Amazon #1 Best Seller, “The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Building Business Credit:  7 Steps to Access More Cash & Maximize Your Profits.” She is affectionately referred to as the Business Credit Expert and Coach.

Mica is an active member of several nonprofit organizations throughout Sacramento and the Bay Area including:

  • NAACP Sacramento – Environmental Director
  • KAP Foundation –  Board Member  Financial Consultant,
  • Operation HOPE – Financial Consultant
  • Advisory Board Committee for Young Professionals

“Mica Coleman is an amazing trainer with an extensive background. She has a lot to offer any investor or agent seeking to get into the commercial real estate, and I couldn’t be more thrilled to have her join our team,” said Founder & Senior Instructor, Michael Simpson.

To view upcoming Commercial Real Estate Training information, visit  


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