NAHREP Congratulates President Joseph R. Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris
As America’s largest Hispanic professional business organization with a network of more than 40,000 professionals, with a unified mission of advancing sustainable Hispanic homeownership we applaud and join the new administration’s commitment to unifying the country “with purpose and resolve”.
2021 Top 250 Latino Agents and Mortgage Originator Awards
This year’s Top 250 awards program is now accepting nominations until February 28th, 2021.
2020 State of Hispanic Wealth Report
NAHREP and the Hispanic Wealth Project release the HWP Annual report during a L’ATTITUDE session September 25, 2020. Available for download at hispanicwealthproject.org/annual-report.
NAHREP issues joint statement urging FHFA to reverse directive on GSEs’ Adverse Market Fee
NAHREP joins a broad coalition of organizations representing the housing, financial services industries as well as consumer groups in issuing a joint statement urging an immediate reversal of the Government Sponsored Enterprises’ announcement requiring an additional 50 basis point increase on all GSE-backed refinances effective September 1. Not only does this announcement conflict with the Administration’s recent executive actions urging federal agencies to take all measures within their authority to support struggling homeowners, but the additional fee will be particularly harmful for low- and moderate-income homeowners, first time homeowners and borrowers of color. Now is not the time.
2020 President Sara Rodriguez Receives HousingWire Award for Second Consecutive Year
HousingWire has been honoring high-achieving women across the U.S. housing economy with the Women of Influence award since 2010. It is NAHREP’s honor to share that HousingWire has selected 2020 President Sara Rodriguez for the award for the second consecutive year!
Landlord Survey Results: Small Landlords Adversely Impacted by COVID-19
The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) and UC Berkeley’s Terner Center for Housing Innovation partnered to survey NAHREP’s membership to gauge the experiences of small “mom and pop” landlords during the pandemic. The responses indicate great concern as many of the CARES Act’s support expire, and the need for targeted assistance grows. The survey was administered between June 29, 2020 and July 9, 2020 and received 620 responses, of which 380 came from owners or managers of rental properties. Download the fact sheet for an analysis of those responses.