Last month, the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) released their annual State of Hispanic Homeownership Report for 2016. This is a 24-page report that focuses “on the household formation rates and the consequent homeownership growth of Hispanics as well as their related educational achievements, entrepreneurial undertakings, labor force profile, and consumer purchasing power in the country.”
The report is full of great information, so you should download it and read all 24 pages. In this blog post, I will mention a few facts that, in my opinion, are relevant to all of us:
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Many people are not sure which term to use, especially in advertising, so today we are going to explain what each one means.
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In 2014, there were 3.6 million Hispanics aged 65 and over in the U.S.; According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, that number is projected to grow to 21.5 million by 2060 (as shown in the graph below).
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Last week we held an open webinar titled, “The Hispanic Community: The ‘Hidden Opportunity’ in Real Estate.” During our question and answer session, we received one question in particular that we thought would be great to report on: “How do I reach out to the Hispanic community?”
Here are 5 tips to help:
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