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Lovelynn Gwinn is an Asian Pacific Islander from Maui, Hawaii, who has lived in Harlem as a Homeowner & Entrepreneur for 20+ years. 

Lovelynn has a deep passion for NYC and improving Harlem, welcoming the diversity of thought, identity, and ethnicity. After years of working to improve the quality of life for her neighbors in her community, she sees the city in decline again due to the progressive policies of Mayor Bill de Blasio and Rep. Adriano Espaillat of the 13th Congressional District. 

Lovelynn’s successful start in Harlem Real Estate has been featured in the book Start Late, Finish Rich: A No-Fail Plan for Achieving Financial Freedom at Any Age by David Bach, and multiple articles, including The New York Times and New York Magazine.

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