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Hispanic Real Estate

The Voice of Hispanic Real Estate


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News and issues that affect Hispanic real estate professionals and the Latino community which they serve.

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Real estate agents: Pick up tips on how to use LinkedIn to increase your real estate sales, attract new homebuyer clients and expand your influence for long-term success! Author & Social Media Guru Neal Schaffer will share insights... more

Last April lawmakers cut $88 million in HUD-approved nonprofit counseling services. The cutbacks will have nationwide impact but who will suffer the most? Does housing counseling make a difference when a borrower falls behind? We'll... more

Increasing real estate sales in this market takes a business model that includes strategic partnerships. Dan Carrillo, managing partner of the Gonzales Group, will give you power tips on how to pick and choose strategic partners that help you... more

REO is a tough business to break into. Demand, competition and access are big hurdles for newcomers. These prominent Latina leaders share their insights on the business and offer tips to women trying to build distressed real estate business.... more

Has the economic crisis changed the way consumers manage their money? Find out the latest survey results from the 2011 Consumer Financial Literacy Survey conducted by Harris Poll and the National Foundation for Credit Counseling.... more

The housing crisis began a trend of higher cost subprime mortgages that average homeowners couldn't afford. But did a lack of understanding of the creative mortgage terms boil down to fundamental literacy in basic math? Dr. Kris... more

Carmen Mercado is NAHREP's newest chairman and only the third Latina in 11 years to serve in this high profile leadership role. Tune in live for this one-on-one conversation as she offers insights on her journey as a single mom, her views... more

Hispanic, Asian and African-American real estate leaders have submitted a five-point plan to U.S. lawmakers on measures that must be taken to preserve homeownership for multicultural homebuyers. The plan calls for practical and... more

The foreclosure crisis sparked new regulations and guidelines in licensing requirements for mortgage originators and banks. Many changes at the state level have already occurred, but more requirements are coming. Every real estate... more

Once upon a time a credit score of 680 meant that you paid your bills on time and had solid credit. Not anymore, 680 is a second-tier credit score and consumers now need a 720 score to get the best rates. What happened? Gail... more