The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP®️) released its fifth annual Top 250 Latino Mortgage Originators Report today, recognizing the top producing Latino mortgage professionals across the United States. This year’s report, sponsored by Freddie Mac, ranks individual originators based on both number and dollar volume of transactions, and represents over $8.14 billion in combined sales volume in 2018.
NAHREP introduced a new look in February, the organization’s first major branding change since its beginning in 1999.
The NAHREP Top 250 award’s 8th year of recognitions is off to a strong start according to NAHREP Research & Marketing Analyst Christa Murillo.
February saw the launch of the NAHREP Alumni Program, which offers exclusive opportunities and benefits to a prestigious group of NAHREP veterans in recognition of their service to the organization.
On March 7th NAHREP’s national policy team traveled to Las Vegas for a meetup with local NAHREP leaders from key Congressional districts. The group, currently known as the National Advocacy Committee, had a full-day working meeting discussing goals for the next year.
On March 7th NAHREP leadership attended the Latino Donor Collaborative (LDC) 17th Annual Convening. At each Convening, the Latino Donor Collaborative hosts private high-level conversations with the most senior executives in business and media about the economic power of Latinos.
The NAHREP Providence Kick-off on Jan 31, 2019 was the first NAHREP event in Providence and a huge success!
NAHREP Chicago West’s kick-off on April 23 was sold out with over 250 people attending! With this new chapter, NAHREP now has three chapters supporting real estate professionals throughout Chicago’s expansive real estate market.
The NAHREP Coachella Valley kick-off on May 2 was a stellar success. The event had over 100 attendees with special guest City of Coachella Mayor Steve Hernandez, and a surprise speech from Riverside County Supervisor Manuel Perez!
The NAHREP Northern Wasatch kick-off on March 6 was packed, with over 130 attendees making up the crowd!