About Nahrep

Nosotros somos 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.


Mission Statement

NAHREP is a purpose-driven organization that is propelled by a passionate combination of entrepreneurial spirit, cultural heritage and the advocacy of its members. Our mission is to advance sustainable Hispanic homeownership. NAHREP accomplishes its mission by:

  • Educating and empowering the real estate professionals who serve Hispanic home buyers & sellers
  • Advocating for public policy that supports the trade association’s mission
  • Facilitating relationships among industry stakeholders, real estate practitioners and other housing industry professionals

Daisy Lopez-Cid
2018 NAHREP President

Statistics About Hispanics in the United States

Hispanic Homeownership Rates (2017):
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau

1 - Hispanic Homeownership Increased-01

Top 5 U.S. Metro Areas: Home Price Index Year-Over-Year Change:
SOURCE: CoreLogic


Top 5 States by Daca Population as a Percentage:
SOURCE: U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services


Growth in Owner-Occupied Units in the U.S.:
Percent Changes in the Growth of Owner Households in the U.S. from 2000-2017
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau


Hispanic Homeownership in Densely Populated States:
States with a Hispanic homeownership rate of at least 50 percent & Hispanics account for at least 10 percent of the population.
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau


2017 Homeownership Rates in Relation to Pre-Recession Rates
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau


Key Hispanic Economic Indicators
SOURCE: Latino Donor Collaborative, U.S. Census Bureau, Bureau of Labor Statistics


U.S. Hispanic Household Formations in 2017 as a Percentage:
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau