Items Tagged with 'National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals'


  • Hispanics now lead the charge in U.S. household growth

    In 2018, the Hispanic homeownership rate climbed to 47.1%
    According to a recent report from the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals, America's Hispanic population now accounts for more than 60% of the growth of the nation’s homeownership rate within the last 10 years.
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  • Zillow: This is the nation's typical home seller

    76% of the nation's home sellers are Caucasian
    As spring home buying season heats up, thousands of Americans are projected to list their homes for sale. And although homeowners of various backgrounds will take to the market, data suggests that a specific demographic of Americans are more likely to sell their homes.
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  • From HW Magazine

    2018 Women of Influence: Daisy Lopez-Cid

    President of National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals
    During Daisy Lopez-Cid’s tenure as NAHREP president, she has facilitated the launch of new chapters in strategic markets, including Puerto Rico, Boston and Philadelphia. Her efforts have contributed to the organization’s unprecedented growth, as more than 10,000 professionals have joined NAHREP over the past year, a 50% increase over last year.
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    2018 Women of Influence: Marisa Calderon

    Executive Director of National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals
    Today’s real estate and mortgage professionals are aware of the size and importance of the Hispanic home-buying market and are quickly learning and finding ways to help more Hispanic consumers achieve homeownership. A large portion of credit for increasing awareness on Hispanic homebuyers goes to the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals and its executive director, Marisa Calderon.
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  • Message from housing finance groups: Congress must work on GSE reform

    Groups send joint letter to Mnuchin and Watt
    Initial talks from the Trump administration on reforming Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are not happening as quickly as originally anticipated due to a growing backlog of things to accomplish in Washington D.C. Despite the slowed-down timeline, some of the biggest housing finance groups joined together to remind housing officials to stay focused on reform.
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  • From HW Magazine

    August Kudos: Celebrating milestones, launches and awards in the mortgage industry

    Movement Mortgage, PrimeLending, New American Funding and more
    Wintrust Mortgage is partnering with Chicagoland Habitat for Humanity to build more affordable housing in the Chicago area. Wintrust will provide $40 million in below market rate mortgages for affordable housing. The investment will finance about 250 homes for Habitat for Humanity over the next four years.
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  • New American Funding commits to increasing Hispanic homeownership

    Looks to achieve 50% homeownership rate
    New American Funding announced its new commitment with the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals to work towards increasing the Hispanic homeownership rate. This commitment ranges, from offering more Hispanics mortgages, to hiring and training those without experience to become mortgage professionals.
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  • Housing industry praises Trump's selection of Pam Patenaude as HUD deputy secretary

    Support comes in from all sides
    For those in the housing industry, Pam Patenaude’s name is well known. So, it should come as no shock that the housing industry supports the Trump administration’s nomination of Patenaude to serve as the HUD deputy secretary. Declarations of support for Patenaude came in quickly after the White House’s announcement of her nomination, including from some of the housing industry’s biggest groups, and from Patenaude’s potential boss at HUD.
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  • Lending to Hispanics – a whole new ballgame

    Speakers at NAHREP conference explain the knowledge gaps
    When it comes to lending to Hispanics – non-Hispanic lenders are out of their league as they struggle to serve a community they don’t understand. From dealing with a credit-invisible population to navigating the diverse family demographics, Hispanics don’t fit the usual mold for mortgage lending.
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