SAN ANTONIO — For Michael Alfaro, 29, who was recently married, home is a rent-controlled Los Angeles apartment while he and his wife save for a home. For Pamela Cervera, 30, and her boyfriend, it’s a condo they purchased together in Washington. The two millennials may not know it, but both are on the front…
Wells Fargo tops list as most highly represented brand for third consecutive year San Diego, CA – June 22, 2017 – The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals® (NAHREP®) released its third annual Top 250 Latino Mortgage Originators Report recognizing the top producing Latino mortgage professionals across the United States. The report ranks…
RE/MAX tops list as most highly represented brand for third consecutive year San Diego, CA – June 19, 2017 – The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP®), in association with Zillow®, released its sixth annual Top 250 real estate agents report recognizing exceptional Latino real estate agents from around the country. With…
Congratulations to NAHREP 2017 President Leo Pareja for earning the distinction of HousingWire’s 2017 Rising Star award.
The Hispanic Wealth Project™(HWP) in partnership with the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals® (NAHREP®) released the 2017 Hispanic Wealth Project Annual Report at the annual HWP Symposium in La Jolla, CA.
While Hispanics continue to experience the most significant household income gains in comparison to other population groups, their under-participation in non-cash financial assets at any income level persists.
The Hispanic Wealth Project Symposium took place May 23, 2017 bringing together stakeholders from across the housing industry to discuss solutions and share commitments to achieve the project’s overall goal of tripling median Hispanic household wealth by 2024.
FREE to NAHREP Members Webinar for Business Owners: How to Overcome the Top Challenges Small Business Owners Face When: June 20th @ 1:00pm (EST)
Hispanics are driving small business growth throughout the U.S. but still face unique challenges in growing their businesses. When asked, Hispanic entrepreneurs site business education and mentorship as an ongoing need to further develop their firms.
While college enrollment for Hispanics is on the rise, many of these students will rely on student loans to finance their education and will graduate with substantial student loan debt.
The Dragon Ridge Country Club was amplified during the May 3rd NAHREP Greater Las Vegas Proximity is Power event.