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Event Logos

This year’s event logos are displayed below. They are available in a variety of colors for different applications. Clicking on the logo will open the image in a new tab ready for downloading.

The logo should be considered as a pictorial mark, and not a combination of text and graphic elements. Accordingly, all margins, fonts and other elements must not be modified in any way. If the background is 21% black or more, use the white or accent version of the logo.

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Press Releases

NAHREP National Homeownership & Wealth Building Conference Convenes in Washington, D.C. March 13‐15

Top government officials and industry CEOs discuss housing policy, consumer trends, and real estate performance involving U.S. Hispanic market

SAN DIEGO— March 13, 2023 — Today, The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals® (NAHREP®) opens the 2023 Homeownership & Wealth Building Conference sponsored by Chase, at the Ritz-Carlton in Washington, D.C.  ...Read more

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Check out the event photos from the 2023 NAHREP Homeownership & Wealth Bulding Conference here.

Media Kit Download

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This page provides a selection of individual media assets organized by category that are available for download. For your convenience, we consolidated all the media assets on this page into a single zip file which is available here.

Event Flyer & QR Code

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Social Graphics

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State of Hispanic Homeownership Report

NAHREP released the thirteenth publication of their annual State of Hispanic Homeownership Report at the Homeownership & Wealth Building Conference in Washington, D.C. This year’s report features the Houston Photography Project, photographs of real people and families in who bought a home in the last year.

Read the report