JP Morgan Chase Provides Educational Resources for Hispanic College Students Interested in Financial Services

Breaking into the financial services industry can be daunting for college students looking to launch their career. In order to help pave the way for these prospective professionals, JP Morgan Chase is offering two different programs for ambitious and passionate students who self-identify as Black, Hispanic or Native American to gain insight on the industry and participate in a hands-on fellowship program.

The Best Opportunities the Trump Administration Brings to Housing

For the first time in history, the United States elected a president without any political or military experience. For some, this means a promising departure from the status quo and the rapidly increasing feelings of disenfranchisement from our political system. For others, a Trump presidency encourages apprehension, as his directives are considerably less predictable than those of a seasoned politician. NAHREP CEO Gary Acosta provides insights into the best opportunities which exist in the housing market.

NAR’s at Home with Diversity

Diversity has always been a defining characteristic of the U.S., a country built by people of all backgrounds and circumstances. Over the past few decades, however, the melting pot of America has been bubbling over with multicultural growth, a trend that is expected to continue for the foreseeable future. This diversity boom brings a vast…

What Will a Trump Administration Mean to the Housing Finance Industry?

A change in administration means inevitable change in the industry. After Donald Trump’s stunning victory, many members and supporters are left wondering what his election might mean to the residential mortgage industry, especially considering the Trump team provided few details on housing during the campaign. Read NAHREP CEO Gary Acosta’s op-ed featured in RISMedia on…

Share Your Business Practices

NAHREP and the Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative (SLEI) invite you to participate in a short (5-7 minute) survey on your business practices. Your responses will be kept confidential and used for academic research purposes only. Your participation will contribute to work that will activate the economic development of Latino-owned businesses and increase the social welfare of…