The NAHREP Texas Plano/Garland Wealth & Real Estate Business Rally 2nd Edition on July 11th was an incredible way to celebrate the chapter’s two-year anniversary! The business rally included breakout sessions hosted by great panelists and guest speakers, such as “NAHREP 10 Principles,” “Affordable Housing and Down Payment Assistance Access,” and “Wealth Building with Diego Corzo: REALTOR®️/Entrepreneur/DACA Dreamer.” The day was rounded out with entertainment from The Roders. This event brought in over 110 attendees, way to go!
The NAHREP Greater Sacramento Business Rally “3 Key Success Strategies: Time Management, Delegation, and Balance” on July 11th drew in over 60 attendees! Suneet Agarwal of Big Block Realty and Lab Coat Agents gave a powerful keynote speech that inspired attendees on how to improve their personal success strategies. The event also featured speakers CEO of MetroList Services, INC Bill Miller, Director of Government and Industry Relations at Freddie Mac Anthony Hutchinson, and County of Sacramento Tax Assessor Christina Wynn.
Latina Entrepreneur Brunch – Chef Pati Jinich kicked off our Latina Brunch sharing how she went from international policy to cuisine and how her ambition fueled her accomplishments as a young entrepreneur. As always, our stunning panel of Latina entrepreneurs knocked it out of the park!
The sustained spread and success of Hispanic homeownership in the US continues to outpace the rest of the market. A new report from Freddie Mac indicates it is projected that 56% of all new homeowners will be Hispanic by 2030.
Bank of America’s recent Community Homeownership Commitment™, first introduced in April, has received positive feedback for its impact on first-time homebuyers, an audience which is increasingly comprised of Latinx consumers.
“More than 60% of U.S. Hispanics are millennials or younger, meaning they are just now aging into financial services experiences and major purchases such as homeownership,” explained 2019 NAHREP President David Acosta. Home purchases in the last decade have reflected this demographic shift, with Latinxs accounting for 63% of net U.S. homeownership growth between 2008 and 2018.