Nominations are open for the 2014 NAHREP Top 250 Latino Real Estate Agents Award!

NAHREP will recognize the Top 250 Latino Real Estate Agents from across the U.S. in our third annual report by the same name. This award recognizes those individuals whose hard work and dedication has led them to close an outstanding amount of transactions in an effort to increase the rate of sustainable Hispanic homeownership.

The Top 250 Agents will be publically recognized at the 2014 NAHREP National Convention & Latin Music Festival October 12 through October 14, 2014 the JW Marriott at LA Live in Los Angeles, California.

In addition to broker attestation, sales data submitted will be independently verified for accuracy and consistency with reporting methodology. NAHREP will take all nominations into consideration prior to announcing final results.

If you or an agent you know fits this description, please submit a nomination. Please include a high resolution, electronic headshot upon submission. Please submit your nominations by Wednesday, April 30, 2014 to be included in the consideration process.

Click here for the Electronic 2014 Top 250 Nomination Form

Click here to download the 2014 Top 250 Nomination Form

The 2013 Top 250 Latino Real Estate Agents:

The top 10 producing Latino real estate agents in the U.S. are:

  1. Leo Pareja, Keller Williams Realty, Reston, Va.
  2. Rafael Dagnesses, Quantam Realtors, Simi Valley, CA
  3. Marty Rodriguez, Century 21 Marty Rodriguez, Glendora, Calif.
  4. Johnny Rojas, Century 21 JR Gold Team Realty, Garfield, NJ
  5. Art Acosta, ERA Regency REALTORS, Chino, Calif.
  6. Daisy Lopez-Cid, RE/MAX Premier Properties, Kissimmee, Fla
  7. Marshall Carrasco, Marshall Realty, Reno, Nev.
  8. Noah Herrera, Platinum Real Estate Professionals, Henderson, Nev.
  9. Christopher Tello, Keller Williams Realty Partners SW, Pembroke Pines, Fla.
  10. Christian Fuentes, RE/MAX Top Producers, Diamond Bar, CA

Sales production data is representative of the 2012 calendar year. Ethnic background was confirmed through a combination of independent research and self-attestation.

"Latino agents now dominate several local markets, and we expect their role to become increasingly significant as Latinos begin to dominate the first-time homebuyer segment in the coming years," said Juan Martinez, NAHREP president. "It is an honor to recognize these agents that are helping us advance our mission all over the United States" concluded Martinez.