Hispanic Homeownership Falls in 2014

by Jacob Passy The rate of Hispanic homeownership fell in 2014 to its lowest level since 1999, according to data released by the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals. NAHREP’s State of Hispanic Homeownership Report found that the only 45.4% of Hispanics owned a home in 2014, despite a net increase of 54,000 Hispanic-owner…

NAHREP Power Women Take on the Radio

Marisa Calderon, chief of staff and deputy executive director of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) and Pamela Valenciano, incoming president of North County San Diego NAHREP appear as special guests on ESPN 1700 AM Radio on Lunch n’ Learn hosted by Eran Sinai. Ms. Calderon takes a direct role in the…

Tight Credit, Fees Reduce Latino Homeownership

by David Morrison The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals blamed more stringent underwriting standards and higher mortgage fees for driving down the numbers of Hispanics who own homes. The group’s State of Hispanic Homeownership Report surveyed 100 leading Hispanic Realtors in the U.S. and asked them what most stands in the way of…