2015 State of Hispanic Homeownership Report
The State of Hispanic Homeownership Report™ is a publication of the Hispanic Wealth Project and NAHREP. In this sixth installment, the report highlights the homeownership growth and household formation rates of Hispanics as well as their educational achievements, entrepreneurial endeavors, labor force profile, and purchasing power in the United States.
Read HUD Secretary Julián Castro Address to NAHREP
The 16th Secretary of U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the third Latino to hold the position. Castro was the headliner at the Annual NAHREP Keynote Luncheon for the 2016 Housing Policy & Hispanic Lending Conference.
Introducing the NAHREP 10 principles
The NAHREP 10 is a set of principles to guide the association’s members and supporters to success. It began as a vision by co-founder Gary Acosta as to what it would mean to be a NAHREP member in five years. As a part of the Hispanic Wealth Project, the NAHREP 10 outline tenets necessary to thrive in the industry and to create long-last, generational wealth.
2015 Nuevo Latino Tour featuring 53 Million & One
A one-of-a-kind theatrical performance, 53 Million & One tells the story of one man’s journey from a small rural town in Mexico to becoming a successful real estate entrepreneur in the land of opportunity. His story shines a spotlight on the driving desire to succeed, the challenges, and the experiences that define the lives of the more than 53 million Latinos who call America home.
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