2019 Housing Policy & Hispanic Lending Conference
The leadership of NAHREP invites you to attend the 2019 Policy Conference from April 8 – 10, 2019, includes the Wealth & Real Estate Conference on April 10, 2019.
Registration is now open at nahrep.org/dc2019
Top 250 Award Nominations are now open!
Attention Latino Agents and Mortgage Originators! Nominations for Hispanic real estate’s most prestigious award are now open! Be sure to check it out and have your submissions in by February 28, 2019.
NAHREP Disaster Relief
Right after Hurricane María hit Puerto Rico, NAHREP leadership and members came together to help the island of 3.5 million residents. Daisy Lopez-Cid and Sara Rodriguez share their results in this video.
NAHREP’s Statement on the Immigrant Crisis
NAHREP has been monitoring the government’s activity at the border and communicating with policy makers. On Wednesday, President Trump signed an Executive Order officially changing the Administration’s policy, which now states an emphasis “to maintain family unity”. We reflect on this development with mixed emotion.
National Convention at L’ATTITUDE
NAHREP is partnering with L’ATTITUDE, a new event concept that highlights the powerhouse of Latino buying power, political capital and technological innovation that is propelling the American economy forward. Engaging entrepreneurs, business leaders, artists, politicians and industry influencers, NAHREP at L’ATTITUDE is more than an event, it is a movement.
NAHREP Releases Its Analysis of Key Issues in Tax Reform Act
NAHREP issued its analysis of the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” which includes an outline of the anticipated overall impacts and pays special attention to how changes in four key areas will impact its membership: the standard deduction, tax rate changes, itemized deductions, and special provisions which impact Puerto Rico.
NAHREP Publishes Industry Terms English-Spanish Glossary
In its first edition, the Glossary of Real Estate Industry Terms provides commonly used real estate and finance terms in English to Spanish and Spanish to English. Additionally, the glossary differentiates between formal Spanish and their colloquial translations, which is often the more used of the two terms by real estate professionals and their clientele.