OAKLAND, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Armando Tam, president of The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals, Bay Area Chapter announced that the trade association will host its inaugural 2011 REO Luncheon on February 18, 2011 in downtown Oakland at the City Center Marriot.
NAHREP Bay Area is bringing together a host of industry leaders to speak to realtors and industry professionals alike about the current climate of our housing industry. In attendance will be panelists from Freddie Mac, Bank of America, Chase, Wells Fargo and the National Community Stabilization Trust speaking to this topic.
“February 18th will be a real milestone in the Bay Area - over 50 percent of the foreclosures in California were in the communities that NAHREP Bay Area members serve,” said Armando Tam “We plan on bringing the best of the best panelists to educate our practitioners so that they can better serve and be part of the rebuilding process in our communities.”
NAHREP Bay Area is taking a grassroots approach to educating realtors through monthly luncheons, mixers and educational seminars. "In this turbulent and fluid environment in which the housing industry finds itself, we’ll consistently provide real estate professionals with the tools and education which will allow them to positively impact their respective communities,” said Al Melgoza, vice president of NAHREP Bay Area.
Anyone interested in registering can do so at www.nahrepbayarea.com.
About NAHREP Bay Area
The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals, Bay Area Chapter is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering Real Estate professionals who serve the Hispanic community. Our mission is to increase home ownership in a sustainable manner. Homeownership is still the symbol of the American Dream, the cornerstone of wealth creation and a stabilizing force for working families. Learn more at www.nahrepbayarea.com.