| From The President
The last events have been great successes. Our collaborative effort on our Business After Hours Mixer with the Latina Chamber's ConeXiones on March 24 at Croc's drew easily over 70 participants. We will definitely continue to find ways to work with groups such as the Latina Chamber
to provide contact and business opportunities to all involved.
Our General Breakfast Meeting was also a great event. Our presenters:
Carol Avila-Home Staging,
Socrates Saldarriaga-Feng Shui, Melanie Escobedo-Interior Design did an outstanding job presenting to our group. Thanks again!!
Our Board of Directors have just completed our Strategic Planning Meeting and we will be acting on the new ideas and strategies discussed to improve our educational programming and membership benefits as well as grow to our full capacity and sustain the financial health of CAHREP.
The following Directors will head the different committees:
State Conference-Ray Rosado, Vanessa Guzman, Rogelio Rodriguez
News regarding our Executive Board will be forthcoming!
If you would like to become a member and take advantage of CAHREP's position as a respected trade organization in our professional community, email Deborah at firstname.lastname@example.org
If your business would like to sponsor any of our meetings and other activities, please call me at 720-253-8513
or at email@example.com
CAHREP President 2010-2012
Cherry Creek Realty
Sienna National Title Agency
Innovative Real Estate
Luis B Dogue
Bank of Commerce Mortgage
24/7 Flood Response
AtoZ Insurance Services
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Board of Directors
Rogelio Rodriguez,PresidentRay Rosado, Vice PresidentTracy Enslow, TreasurerVanessa Guzman- Immediate Past PresidentStuart Kanchuger- SecretaryGene Lucero, DirectorJohn Lucero, DirectorDeborah Vela, DirectorMichelan Cordero-Sweeney, DirectorRick Escobedo, DirectorBeau LaPoint, DirectorGreg Adame, Director
IT DOES MATTER WHO YOU DO BUSINESS WITH!!
Ask if your real estate professional (buying or listing broker, lender, title co., insurance agent) is an member of CAHREP.
Denver Athletic Club
1325 Glenarm Pl.
Denver, Co 80203
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Investors: The Hot Spot in Today's Real Estate Market!
According to the Denver Post, The Wall Street Journal, and USA Today one of the few bright, hot spots in today's real estate market is the INVESTOR...!
For any one interested in this 'new' type of client or prospect you need to know their language, how they think, and how to help them buy or sell property. This presentation will give you FREE software tools to help you and the investor analyze their real estate investments - as well as giving you a working knowledge of Cap Rates, Return-On-Investment, Net Operating Losses, and much more!
Free to Members, Guests $20
FREE Growth Coaching for CAHREP Members
When the website for NAHREP went through it's changes, our online presence was compromised for a while there. Although there are still many improvements to be made, our site is up and running. We are working through a real estate specific provider, Point2agent, to provide a powerful tool not only for CAHREP's presence but also a way to provide listings from our membership, a member directory, a clear listing of our events, space for member articles, a marketing tool to engage consumers and much more! Please visit the site and send your comments and suggestions. ALSO LOOK UP ARCHIVES OF CAHREP'S NEWSLETTERS!! http://www.cahrep.org
After Hours Business Mixers
See you April 28th at Mezcal. Click Here for Flyer
May's After Hours is at Soiled Dove on the 26th. More info on Facebook
This is a great opportunity to sponsor an event that draws Latino professionals. Call Rogelio at 720-253-8513 to find out more.
We know that you wear all the hats at your business and that your time is always in demand and that's why we are pleased to announce that CAHREP is partnering with American Family Insurance to bring our members Business Accelerator 2010--free growth coaching for small business owners. This award-winning program will give you the tools you need to grow your business and help you to more efficiently manage your business.
This FREE 6-month business growth coaching series begins with a live webcast on May 4th and May 6th. After that, the program goes virtual with the remainder of the growth education delivered using webinars, email and online tools and video through October. The coaches, led by Dr. Bob Wright of the Wright Institute, will cover topics in Marketing, Sales and Finance and there will be guest speakers to discuss subjects such as online marketing, social networking, hiring A-players, certification and loss management.
This is a great opportunity to help you take your business to the next level. For more information and to enroll in this FREE program, visit amfambusinessaccelerator.com today.
News From Around the NAHREP Chapter Network
NAHREP Chair Alex Chaparro appeared at Social Media workshop hosted by NAHREP Orange County on March 25 along with social media experts Mirna Bard, Danny Morel and Neal Schaffer. NAHREP Atlanta will host an Atlanta Top Builders Panel this week on April 9 in collaboration with the Greater Atlanta Home Builder's Association and speakers from Bowen, Pulte and D.R. Horton. The panel will offer perspective about new construction options for buyers in today's market. FHA Streamline K will be the topic of NAHREP San Antonio's April luncheon this week. The two-hour luncheon will help members understand how to use this loan product to increase business and close transactions. NVHAREP is hosting a Wells Fargo/Wachovia market update on Short Sales, REOs, Diverse Market Segments, FHA & HAMP programs on April 14 at the Gold Coast Hotel & Casino. Tim Sandos, Senior vice president /Diverse Segments Retail Program Manager and Dennis Geist, Vice President of Government Programs are among the guest speakers. NAHREP-LA and AREAA-LA will celebrate Cinco De Mayo at a cocktail mixer from 6-9 pm on May 5 at Solair Wilshire. NAHREP Houston will host the annual Texas state regional conference for NAHREP affiliate chapters and members on July 15-16 at The Renaissance Hotel in Houston. For more information, contact Michelle Hulse at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HAMP/FHA Program Changes To Help Unemployed, Underwater Borrowers
The Administration announced changes to the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) and the Federal Housing Administration programs that will help responsible homeowners that have been affected by the economic crisis through no fault of their own. The program will expand flexibility for mortgage servicers and originators to assist more unemployed homeowners and to help more people who owe more on their mortgage than their home is worth because their local markets saw large declines in home values. The goal is to stabilize the housing markets by offering a second chance to up to 3-4 million struggling homeowners through the end of 2012. The program will be funded through the $50 billion allocation for housing programs under TARP.
New Demographic and Economic Data on Hispanics by State
The Pew Hispanic Center, a project of the Pew Research Center, has released updated profiles of the Latino population in the 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. Derived from the 2008 American Community Survey, these profiles feature downloadable data on the demographic and economic characteristics of the Latino populations in each state.
The Center also updated the national portraits of Hispanics and the foreign-born population adding data on racial self-identification and health insurance coverage. Almost one-third of Hispanics identify with "some other race" compared with less than one percent of the non-Hispanic population. Hispanics are twice as likely as the overall population to lack health insurance coverage. Among foreign-born Hispanics, one-in-two lacks health insurance coverage.
Latinos and the 2010 Census: The Foreign Born Are More Positive
A new nationwide survey of Latinos finds that foreign-born Latinos are more positive and knowledgeable about the 2010 U.S. Census than are native-born Latinos. According to survey responses, the foreign born are significantly more likely than the native born to say that the Census is good for the Hispanic community.
The foreign born are also more likely to correctly say that the census cannot be used to determine if someone is in the country legally. They are more likely to trust the Census Bureau to keep their personal information confidential. And they are more likely to say they have received messages encouraging them to participate in the census. The survey was conducted by landline and cellular telephone from March 16-25, 2010 among a nationally representative sample of 1,003 Latinos. A report based on the survey has been released by the Pew Hispanic Center, a project of the Pew Research Center.
Hispanics numbered 46.8 million, or 15.4 percent of the total U.S. population, in 2008, up from 35.3 million in the 2000 Census. Among Hispanic adults ages 18 and older, 47 percent are native born and 53 percent are foreign born. The report is available online at www.pewhispanic.org.
|April's Breakfast Meeting Photos