CleanBanking Cohort 1 May 2022 - Tickets open in April 2022
"My Mokopuna will not be tenants on their own whenua in Aotearoa"
This is what homeownership means to me and what I want to share with you.
As indigenous people, that is the first test as to whether our country is healthy. Are we the tenants or the hau kāinga? Most Māori are now residentially tenants - literally. Māori are also tenants in that only 5% of the land mass is Māori land.
I am motivated with this in mind, in everything I do. My four children each have a property assigned to them, that when they turn 21 ish we will use that property as the security/deposit for their first home. First we must have homes as their parents.
Future proofing our whānau. This is what homeownership means to me. If you think this vibes with you, then please pānui tonu!
Kia ora, here are some very important notes before you buy:
This is for the month of March 2022. Typically you will need 12 weeks to prepare and complete the entire programme, of which the CleanBanking Cohort is 4 weeks. Each month you will receive another invite to join in order to maintain your space and at this stage the offer will be at a 'choose your own price' rate.
This 'ticket' gets you access to the private course that is available within https://iwi.indigenuity.co, it is an invite only portal for te iwi Māori
It is mixed mode delivery. Some pre recorded, live workshop, tutorial type. What ever the mode, it will be market relevant
You are not guaranteed to get a home loan. The work has to be done, credit scores rehabilitated, your documents prepared, debts tidied, income presented, bank account behaviour in check, resilient to being rejected, realistic goals.
These are the hard parts that feel good programmes and information evenings don't make you grind through.
If you are ready to grind so that your mokopuna don't have to - then please read on!
What You'll Get From Cleanbanking
As a student, you'll get a few great benefits from being here:
Access exclusive content. We've designed Cleanbanking to inspire, instruct, and engage our Māori families to buy back Aotearoa one quarter acre at a time.
Meet new people. Your fellow students are as motivated as you are to master what we're exploring here in Cleanbanking. The whare and whenua journey can be lonely but it doesn't have to be
Get results. As you dive into the course content and meet the community here in Cleanbanking, you're on a path of discovery. While it's not necessarily easy, the transformation we'll get together matters.
How to Get the Most Out of Cleanbanking
We’re here to get results and we know you are too. Here’s the best way for each of us to get there:
Do the work. We can guarantee that if you don't do the tasks set out, you only reduce your chances of success in the financial market. We want success for you, so please do the work.
Be supportive. Encourage and support your fellow students. No one here is looking for your criticism, cynicism, advice, or judgement. (We can get those things on the rest of the Internet).
Share generously. Your stories and experiences may be exactly what another student needs to hear today to solve a problem or seize an opportunity.
Be constructive. We’re here to push each other forward and lift each other up. Find ways to help each other think bigger, reframe challenges, and stay curious.
Don’t spam, promote, or troll. Cleanbanking exists to help you learn. It’s not a place to spam, promote, or bully anyone else.
You're a Part of Something Bigger
By joining Cleanbanking, you’re also a member of I.W.I -I ndigenuity, our overarching community. You’ll be able to keep up with our Cleanbanking activity both here, but also in your main Indigenuity Activity Feed (think about it as our own Facebook newsfeed with Course and other activity all in one place).
Let’s get started.