One of the most nerve-wracking aspects of purchasing a home is the mortgage application and approval process. Regardless of your financial history, waiting for the OK from a lender can be unsettling when you’re trying to close on that perfect home.
This week, Hispanic lenders and those seeking to lend within Hispanic communities gathered together at the nation’s capital to hear about the latest trends from the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals. At the 2017 NAHREP Housing Policy and Hispanic Lending Conference, experts explained some of the differences that come with lending to the Hispanic community.
Hispanics from all over the U.S. gathered in the nation’s capital for the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals Housing Policy and Hispanic Lending Conference.
The Top 250 Award has become one of the most recognized and decorated programs in real estate. Honorees earn recognition from their peers and industry leaders as drivers who set the industry standard. Nominate yourself or another agent or originator for the Top 250 award before March 31.
The official 2017 Housing Policy & Hispanic Lending Conference mobile app, powered by Bank of America, gives attendees access to key parts of the conference while on the go! Now you can create a personalized interactive agenda, see a full schedule of events, network with other attendees, and so much more right from your mobile device! Download the app in your app store today!
In early February, NAHREP announced that for the second year in a row, Hispanics were the only ethnic demographic with an increase to their homeownership rate. Hispanics have broken from the national trend of declining homeownership due to their high workforce participation and the fervent desire to own a home.
REALTOR® Magazine is seeking nominations for the 18th annual Good Neighbor Awards. The program recognizes REALTORS® who’ve made an extraordinary commitment to community service.The winners will receive a $10,000 grant for their community cause, national publicity, travel expenses to the convention, and a crystal trophy.
For the first time in history, the United States elected a president without any political or military experience. For some, this means a promising departure from the status quo and the rapidly increasing feelings of disenfranchisement from our political system. For others, a Trump presidency encourages apprehension, as his directives are considerably less predictable than those of a seasoned politician. NAHREP CEO Gary Acosta provides insights into the best opportunities which exist in the housing market.
The official launch of NARHEP Nashville continues a period of expansion of local NAHREP chapters. The chapter held its first event on February 2 featuring local real estate leaders and NAHREP CEO Gary Acosta who honored the incoming board.