[:en]Hispanics & Housing: Demand Over The Next Decade[:es]Los hispanos & la vivienda: La demanda durante la próxima década[:]

Hispanics & Housing: Demand Over The Next Decade | Simplifying The Market

[:en]The Mortgage Bankers’ Association (MBA) recently released a report: ‘Housing Demand: Demographics And The Numbers Behind The Coming Multi-Million Increase In Households’. In this study, the MBA “utilized a comprehensive analysis of data from 1976 to 2014, a period encompassing several market and housing cycles, to provide a projection of much stronger housing demand over the … Read More

Upscale Latinos and Housing

We are excited to have Jeymy Gonzalez as our guest blogger today. Being a first generation Hispanic immigrant, she has personal experience with the challenges Hispanics may face during the real estate process and works to assist this community with guidance and education.  Last year Nielsen and the Association of Hispanic Advertising Agencies (AHAA) identified Upscale … Read More

The Importance of the Latino Community to Today’s Real Estate Market

The Hispanic community was hit hardest by the housing crash. Now that the market is recovering, many of these families have the opportunity to either buy a home again, or those that lost home value during those years, are seeing equity return allowing them to sell and move to the home that they always wanted. … Read More

The State of Hispanic Homeownership

This month the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) released their annual State of Hispanic Homeownership Report for 2013. A 35 page report designed to highlight “the homeownership growth and household formation rates of Hispanics as well as their educational achievements, entrepreneurial endeavors, labor force profile, and purchasing power in the United States”. … Read More

Hispanic Millennials & Housing

Nielsen recently released their report “Millennials – Breaking the Myths” and today I want to focus on the information reported about Hispanic Millennials. Of the 77 million Millennials, 19% are Hispanic. This group (age 18-36) is the most racially and ethnically diverse than any previous generation. According to this report, Nielsen expects the Hispanic population … Read More