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NAHREP Homeownership and Wealth Building Conference Kicks Off in Washington, D.C.

Industry Leaders Convene at NAHREP Conference to Address Housing Issues, Foster Hispanic Homeownership

The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals® (NAHREP®) commenced its highly anticipated Homeownership and Wealth Building Conference, sponsored by Chase, at the JW Marriott in Washington, D.C. The three-day event, from March 11 to 13, features leading government officials and industry executives for discussions on crucial housing policy matters, consumer trends, and real estate performance in the U.S. Hispanic market.

Impressive Lineup Explores Pressing Housing Issues

The conference boasts an impressive lineup of federal housing and senior policy officials who will delve into pressing housing issues. Topics include immigration reform, the housing inventory crisis, mortgage access and financial inclusion, commission compression, and more. [Agenda details can be found at nahrep.org/springconference/agenda/].

Distinguished Speakers and Industry Leaders Share Insights

Distinguished government and financial sector leaders will deliver remarks and participate in discussions throughout the event. Notable figures include U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (Nevada), former Secretary of Labor Tom Perez, and Congressman J. Luis Correa. Additionally, representatives from key departments like the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) will be present, including Julia Gordon, Assistant Secretary and Federal Housing Commissioner.

Industry leaders from Chase Home Lending, Century 21, and RE/MAX will also contribute their insights. This diverse array of perspectives promises comprehensive analysis of the current state and future outlook of the housing market, particularly within the Hispanic community.

Informative Sessions and Valuable Discussions

The event’s agenda is packed with insightful sessions, including the release of the 2023 State of Hispanic Homeownership Report. Experts from various organizations, including the White House Hispanic Initiative, Harvard Joint Studies Center, and Freddie Mac, will join NAHREP leaders to discuss the role of Hispanics in the U.S. housing market and provide projections for 2024 and beyond.

A highlight is the Fireside Chat with Commissioner Gordon, titled “Expanding Homeownership In A Low Inventory High-Cost Environment.” Moderated by NAHREP President Nuria Rivera, this session will provide valuable insights for navigating challenges in the current housing market.

Celebrating Achievements and Charting the Future

The event will also feature the formal installation of 2024 NAHREP President Nora Aguirre and incoming NAHREP Directors, recognizing their dedication to the community.

Panel sessions and workshops covering real estate investing, government contracts, and more offer attendees actionable strategies for success. Additionally, a fireside chat with artist Alan Ket adds a unique cultural dimension, highlighting the intersection of art and real estate.

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NAHREP: A Platform for Positive Change

Commenting on the conference’s significance, 2024 NAHREP President Nuria Rivera expressed optimism about the transformative discussions that will take place. Rivera emphasized the crucial role Hispanics play in shaping the housing market and the nation as a whole. Despite challenges, she sees the conference as an opportunity to pave new pathways for Hispanic participation in homeownership, reinforcing NAHREP’s pivotal role as a platform for these vital discussions.

The NAHREP Homeownership and Wealth Building Conference promises to be an enlightening and impactful event. By bringing together industry leaders and policymakers, it aims to address pressing issues and chart a course for the future of real estate in the Hispanic community and beyond. With a focus on collaboration and innovation, attendees can expect to gain valuable insights and forge meaningful connections that will drive positive change in the housing market.

Ricardo Anderson
Ricardo Anderson
Ricardo is someone with whom you can ask and talk about finance and its importance in life. A part-time cook, enthusiast, and football player, he loves to read and write on the latest updates in finance.


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