Over the next two decades, housing finance experts predict Hispanic homeowners will make up 70% of all new homeowners. That figure explains at least some of the palpable optimism among attendees of the policy summit the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals hosted this week in Washington, D.C. Gary Acosta, the trade association’s CEO, however, isn’t taking those projected gains as a given.
Lew Sichelman quotes Co-Founder & CEO of NAHREP Gary Acosta about the importance for mortgage lenders to include Hispanics in their business plans. Latinos will be the major group leading homeownership growth in the upcoming decades, according to the SHHR.
In their company report, Realogy stated the fact that they had the most agents in NAHREP’s Top 250 Latino Agents Report. Caleb Clifford writes and includes this to support the claim that Realogy is a good investment for those in the stock market.
Lauren Hepler explains how even though Latino homeownership is increasing, many of them are moving away from the Bay Area in favor of more affordable locations. NAHREP’s State of Hispanic Homeownership Report provides some key insights crucial to the article.
Nicole Freidman highlights how Hispanic homeownership has been consistently increasing throughout the years, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Co-Founder & CEO of NAHREP Gary Acosta offers some insights that explains the trend.
HousingWire details NAHREP survey which provides key methods for tripling Hispanic median household wealth by 2024.
On December 14, BuzzFeed published an article investigating U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) stance on giving FHA loans to DACA recipients that quoted 2018 NAHREP President Daisy Lopez-Cid.
NAHREP Co-Founder and CEO Gary Acosta spoke about expanding opportunity at Breaking Ground: An Atlantic Forum on Innovative Communities on October 11. View his full talk on Youtube.
Telemundo Network interviews with Gerardo “Jerry” Ascencio, NAHREP Hispanic Wealth Project Chairman. Discussed are the trends in Hispanic homeownership and details from thee 2017 State of Hispanic Homewnership Report (SHHR).