The MSELA Chapter welcomed in their board on January 12 at the Board Installation event. The packed event featured a blanket drive in the spirit of NAHREP 10 Discipline 9, be generous with people who are less fortunate.
NAHREP Central Florida welcomed the 2017 Chapter Board of Directors at the Black & White Masquerade Gala & Installation. Key local industry players and chapter members mixed and mingled at the first event of the year on January 12.
At the chapter’s party of the year, NAHREP Ventura welcomed in the 2017 President and Board of Directors old Hollywood style. The January 13 event brought together current and future members at the celebratory occasion.
On January 19, the La Jolla Chapter was officially welcomed to the NAHREP famillia. Members of the new chapter and supporters from across Southern California came together to celebrate the launch of the latest high-end market chapter.
Celebrating the new year and the 2017 Board of Directors, NAHREP Central Valley held the Business Mixer & Installation 2017 on January 19. Members and supporters welcomed in the new board at a celebratory event honoring the association’s mission.
The Denver Chapter kicked off 2017 with a forecast into housing inventory, the mortgage industry, and an economic outlook at the 2017 Economic Forecast and Board Installation event. The chapter also installed its incoming Board of Directors at the January 19 event.
Another new addition to the NAHREP familia, NAHREP Oklahoma City launched with an opening event on January 25. The chapter brings the NAHREP presence to a booming city with a growing Latino population.
NAHREP San Diego hosted the Facebook Your Way into the Top 250 educational event on January 26. The sold out event featured NAHREP’s Jason Riveiro who presented social media tips and Top 250 agent Elmer Morales who gave his insight on making it to the list. Topics of discussion included daily routines for peak production and capitalizing on lead generation on a small budget.
President Trump, as he ran for office, portrayed Latino immigrants as a drain on the U.S. economy, saying “The Mexican government … they send the bad ones over because they don’t want to pay for them.”
Miami’s real estate market may have cooled a bit, but it is poised for long-term success and sustainability. And the world-famous beaches and tropical weather are only part of the equation. Despite a millennial-led nationwide trend to rent and wait on or avoid buying real estate, Miami’s strong Hispanic demographic positions the Magic City with a population that still strongly believes in family and homeownership.