Pursuing an education should be an achievable dream for all. MassMutual’s College Planning & Saving Study explores Hispanic American’s pursuing the American Dream.
As many of you know, congress is in the process of finalizing a major tax reform bill. There are elements of the bill that are counter to the interest of homeowners, and unfortunately make our work to advance sustainable Hispanic homeownership more difficult.
On Tuesday, September 5th President Trump rescinded the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals act which allowed some individuals who entered the country as minors, and had either entered or remained undocumented, to receive a renewable two-year period of deferred action from deportation and to be eligible for a work permit.
The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals and its 26,000 members support the nomination of Brian Montgomery for FHA Commissioner.
This June, Freddie Mac released a study analyzing the homeownership gap experienced by Latinos in the U.S. The report notes that despite Hispanic gains in homeownership, the White/Hispanic homeownership gap continues to be more than 20 percentage points.
FREE to NAHREP Members Webinar for Business Owners: How to Overcome the Top Challenges Small Business Owners Face When: June 20th @ 1:00pm (EST)
Hispanics are driving small business growth throughout the U.S. but still face unique challenges in growing their businesses. When asked, Hispanic entrepreneurs site business education and mentorship as an ongoing need to further develop their firms.
While college enrollment for Hispanics is on the rise, many of these students will rely on student loans to finance their education and will graduate with substantial student loan debt.
Fannie Mae has created an online tool for real estate professionals to use when qualifying low- and moderate-income buyers. The toolkit features a variety of resources from eligibility to homebuyer education and more.
Wells Fargo Makes Strides on Commitment to Increase the Number of Latinos in the Mortgage Banking Space
In an effort to increase the number of Latinos in the mortgage banking industry, Wells Fargo introduces the Next Generation Home Mortgage Consultant Development Program. This 13-month program is designed to build influencing and negotiation skills that can be transitioned into a career in the mortgage business.
JP Morgan Chase Provides Educational Resources for Hispanic College Students Interested in Financial Services
Breaking into the financial services industry can be daunting for college students looking to launch their career. In order to help pave the way for these prospective professionals, JP Morgan Chase is offering two different programs for ambitious and passionate students who self-identify as Black, Hispanic or Native American to gain insight on the industry and participate in a hands-on fellowship program.