Items Tagged with 'Hispanic homeownership'

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  • Increase in minority income pushes homeownership rate higher

    Rising income reduces effect of rising home prices
    Real median household income in the U.S. increased for the second year in 2016, and hit the highest level ever recorded. Two minority household segments saw the highest increases, which could explain the surging homeownership rates seen last year among Hispanics.
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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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  • Can Hispanic homeownership finally boom under the Trump administration?

    Hispanics stand to gain the most from new administration’s policies
    The current administration’s policies could be the best thing that could happen for Hispanics working toward homeownership. While other groups continue to see diminishing homeownership rates, Hispanic homeownership rates are on the rise, but remain significantly lower than rates among other ethnicities.
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  • Meet today's driving force behind homeownership rates: Hispanics

    This demographic accounts for 75% of recent homeownership growth
    Industry professionals gathered to talk about the state of Hispanic homeownership in the U.S. at the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals’ 2017 policy conference. As it turns out, Hispanics are currently the driving force in today’s homeownership rate.
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  • New American Funding appoints new national vice president

    Frank Fuentes improves homeownership experiences for Hispanics
    Throughout his 16-year career, Fuentes worked with many different Hispanic families as they sought to achieve homeownership. Now, in his new role, he will continue in these efforts by serving on boards such as the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals.
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  • Hispanic homeownership on the rise

    'Largest one-year spike in more than a decade'
    For the first time since 2009, the Hispanic homeownership rate and the number of Hispanic-owned households increased, while overall homeownership rates in the U.S. decreased for the 12th time, according to data from the State of Hispanic Homeownership Report.
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