NAC Blog: Proposed FHFA capital rule could mean more expensive loans

Despite COVID-19, an official recession, a civil rights movement, and a presidential election, housing agencies are still issuing major rules that have the potential to have massive consequences for our businesses and our mission to advance sustainable Hispanic homeownership. These changes can easily get buried with everything else going on, but staying informed is part of our job.

NAC Blog: We are in this together

We are in this together Celebrating NAHREP familia, cultura, politics, and grassroots action Que onda mi gente?! I’m sitting here wanting to update you about what’s happening with the stimulus bill, what’s happening with the Paycheck Protection Program or what the new changes have been made to the Community Reinvestment Act. But, if you’re anything like me, it’s been…

NAHREP Statement on the Events of the Past Week

The Black and Latino communities are not mutually exclusive. Nearly three million Latinos identify as Afro-Latino. Black-Americans and Latinos have fought together for fair housing, economic equality, and reforming our broken immigration system. Today we stand together in the name of justice and in the effort to build a stronger and more equitable society for all.

NAC Blog: A peak inside the House version of the HEROES Act

Como andamos? I am excited to welcome all of the new members to the National Advocacy Committee (NAC) and thank you to everyone who responded to our first ever national advocacy campaign last week that put our grassroots operation to work. We tried to make the process as easy as possible and we appreciate every one of you who sent the email to your Senators. The more a Member of Congress hears from their constituents on a particular issue, the more they’re likely to listen.

NAC Blog: A call to NAC-tion – Support our Latino community

It’s time to show the world what we’re made of. When we created the National Advocacy Committee (NAC), we knew that if we organized our 40,000 members to be the voice of Latino homeownership, we absolutely could make a difference. If we each reached out to our own elected officials with a common message, the weight of our numbers and our power would be unstoppable.