The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals® (NAHREP®) applauds the U.S. Treasury Department and Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) for their recent announcement that they are suspending certain restrictions added in January to the Preferred Stock Purchase Agreements (PSPAs).
Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! Well, at NAHREP, every month is Hispanic Heritage Month. T-minus 13 days until NAHREP at L’ATTITUDE! For those of you who have attended the NAHREP at L’ATTITUDE conference in San Diego before but have never left downtown, please make it a point to go to our beaches! They are truly some of the greatest gems we have in the country and given everything we have all been through these past two years, lost loved ones, life turned upside down, we all need some TLC.
The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals® (NAHREP®) congratulates Alanna McCargo for her nomination as President of Ginnie Mae by President Biden.
(09 September, 2021) The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals® (NAHREP®) today launched the Northwest region as the next phase of its six-region growth strategy which commenced with the launch of the Southeast region on February 18, 2021.
It’s not too often that we have a week of good news when it comes to our housing inventory shortage. For a long time it felt like we were budding up against a brick wall and nothing was moving. It looks like something is finally beginning to move. Last week, I highlighted some of the zoning changes that came out of California, this week, I’m breaking down a big announcement that came out of the White House.
Katia Beauchamp, Gary Vaynerchuk, Deepak Chopra and Richard Montañez to Headline NAHREP at L’ATTITUDE 2021 Live, In-Person Conference
SAN DIEGO—September 8, 2021— Today The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP), the leading Latino professional business organization in the country, announced an update to the 2021 NAHREP at L’ATTITUDE program.
Bienvenidos a Septiembre, Labor Day, Hispanic Heritage Month, and of course: NAHREP at L’ATTITUDE. I hope you are getting excited, because I certainly am! If you haven’t registered yet for NAHREP at L’ATTITIDE, you can do so here. In other news, we had some big housing inventory victories in California! For the past two years, the NAHREP California Delegation has been working very hard to pass several state-wide housing bills that would address the housing inventory shortage.
The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) commends the Biden-Harris Administration’s recent announcement on federal actions and commitments to increase housing supply. The housing inventory crisis is the number one barrier Latinos face on their road toward homeownership and NAHREP is pleased that some of the most critical elements of NAHREP’s policy priorities have made it into the proposed White House action plans.
At NAHREP, we divide our time in terms of conferences. Familia gatherings at the National Convention & Housing Policy Summit and NAHREP at L’ATTITUDE are two annual milestones for the policy department because they each mark the release of our reports, the State of Hispanic Homeownership Report and the State of Hispanic Wealth Report. But, I also think of them as phases. The time right after each conference before we start writing our next report is when most of the major changes and initiatives for the advocacy wing of our organization get developed.
It’s State of Hispanic Wealth Report time!!! Every year, the Hispanic Wealth Project releases the State of Hispanic Wealth Report at NAHREP at L’ATTITUDE. This is the time of year when I try to clear my calendar and hunker down to write this thing. While I’m in the thick of analyzing the new data, I wanted to give you all a preview of what will be released next month. But first, let’s do a recap of the Hispanic Wealth Project.