Welcome to NAHREP®
Welcome to the home of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals®. We are The Voice for Hispanic Real Estate® and proud champions of homeownership for the Hispanic community. Homeownership is the symbol of the American Dream, the cornerstone of wealth creation and a stabilizing force for working families. Our role as trusted advisors and passionate advocates is to help more Hispanic families achieve the American Dream in a sustainable way that empowers them for generations to come.
2015 Nuevo Latino Tour
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.
Catch a live showing of the performance audiences are calling inspirational, enriching, and touching as a part of the 2015 Nuevo Latino Tour presented by NAHREP. Find a tour stop in your local city.
NAHREP Releases 5th Annual State of Hispanic Homeownership Report
Latino homeownership rates dropped over the past year to 45.4 percent, nearly 20 percent lower than the national homeownership rate. According to the 2014 State of Hispanic Homeownership Report, tight credit set back Hispanic homeownership gains from what they should have been in 2014.
"The State of Hispanic Homeownership Report shows gains in employment, education and income for Latinos, representing the huge influence Latinos have, not only in the housing market but on the U.S. economy as a whole," says Gary Acosta, NAHREP co-founder and CEO. "Access to affordable mortgages for Latino homebuyers would help sustain a healthy housing market and benefit a general economic recovery across the board."
NAHREP's State of Hispanic Homeownership Report explores current and historical data of Latino educational achievements, entrepreneurial endeavors, labor force profile, and purchasing power in the U.S. The data revealed in this report also indicates a lack of affordable homes and a need for a more diverse and culturally competent housing workforce.
Click here to read the full report and download a digital copy.