The National Association of REALTORS® conference was held in San Diego on November 13 – 16. In attendance were NAHREP President Teresa Palacios Smith, President Elect Joe Nery, and NAHREP Director Rich Hernandez, who spoke at the conference on behalf of the organization. They addressed the Hispanic market and the future of the Latino homebuyer. Also…
At a November 5 CEO Townhall, the North County San Diego chapter offered education to members and supporters from successful leaders in the industry.
Dave Stevens, President of the Mortgage Bankers Association, and NAHREP Director Leo Pareja spoke at the NAHREP Metro DC Business Development Rally: The Road to Wealth. The November 6 event focused on team building and wealth creation.
On November 5, NAHREP Westchester Bronx held a gala dinner and dinner. The event honored Hispanic real estate top producers in the market. The first annual event brought local heavyweights together who were honored with awards and recognition.
The El Paso chapter installed their 2016 Board of Directors at a November 12 Installation Pachanga. The event featured founding chapter president David Acosta, and set the tone for the year ahead.
NAHREP Sacramento held a Master Mind & Team Building Panel on November 12. The event featured a panel of local Top 250 Agents who shared their success trade secrets as well as how they built a successful team. NAHREP Foundation Chairman Jerry Ascencio gave an opening keynote address to the audience of NAHREP members and…
NAHREP Montebello South East Los Angeles held an event on November 12 around lead generation and marketing. Attendees gained insight on the latest lead generation tactics from industry leaders Realtor.com, Zurple, Social NetworX, Commissons Inc., and Lee Honish.
Teresa Palacios Smith gave a keynote address at the NAHREP North Texas Evening of Empowerment on November 19. The event centered on the NAHREP Hispanic Wealth Project and the association’s goal of making 1,000 NAHREP millionaires in the next five years.
As an organization NAHREP is thankful for the incredible members, partners, and supporters who dedicate their time and energy to making the mission of sustainable homeownership a reality. Our success year after year is a demonstration of the power of our communities, gracias!
By L. Maria Zywiciel I am a first generation Mexican American. My parents came to the U.S. in the 50s and technology (or lack thereof) kept them from staying in close contact with their loved ones back home. Without internet, cable, cell phones, or FaceTime, they had no choice but to assimilate into their new…