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Roy Donahue “Don” Peebles (created March 2, 1960) is a property entrepreneur, writer and political activist. Peebles’ business has formerly possessed property near San Francisco in California. In May 2009, “Forbes” recorded Peebles in the top ten of the most affluent black Americans.
On January 9, 1983, in the age of 23, he created RDP Corporation, a residential and commercial property appraisal company. After that year, he was named to Washington’s Board of Equalization and Review, the property tax appeals board now called the Board of Real Property Assessments and Appeals. One year after, when Peebles was 24, Washington’s Mayor Marion Barry made him Chairperson of the Board where he served until 1988. Peebles developed a 100,000-square foot (9,300 m2) Class-A office building at 2100 Martin Luther King Ave. SE. The building was the first new leading commercial building built-in the Anacostia section of Washington, D.C. in decades. Peebles was 27 when the project broke ground. Throughout the early to mid 1990s, Peebles got commercial buildings and development sites in Washington, D.C. In 1990, Peebles founded RDP Assessment Appeals Services, a Washington-based commercial tax assessment appeals company. In the early 1990s, Washington Business Journal wrote an article mentioning Peebles as among the “top fundraisers” in town. He along with his wife hosted fundraisers for mayoral nominees of New York City and Atlanta, the Governor of Maryland, and numerous congressional nominees. Peebles was encouraged to Arkansas to attend the economic summit held during the Clinton-Gore transition interval.