CAHREP NewsletterFebruary 2011
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Mission Statement:  To increase the sustainable Hispanic homeownership rate by empowering the real estate professionals that serve Hispanic consumers
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January Meeting Recap
Presidents Council Retreat
Multicultural Conference
HGTV Auditions
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Jan 26, 2011



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Doing Business with Short Sales

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 Bridget Langcamp




Bridget Langkamp founded Virtual TCA with over 30 years of title insurance, real estate and lending industry experience. Her  intimate knowledge of the real estate industry combined with hands on knowledge of the short sale process had led her team to successfully close over 380 transactions in the last 3 years. Her "hand picked" team is equally as knowledgeable and customer service oriented, making the short sale experience for clients and customers alike more efficient, more effective and less time consuming.


Ron Woodcock
RE/MAX Southeast, Inc.


Ron has dedicated the past 21 years of his real estate career to helping homeowners in trouble due to circumstances out of their control, i.e. ... Job Loss, Divorce, Illness or Death of a Loved One.


Having gone through a divorce, and the loss of a job he held for 10 years, he possesses the compassion and understanding that enables him to help homeowners in foreclosure make the best decisions possible at a place in their lives where there is often little or no hope for the future.





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January Meeting Recap

  We hope this section will be ongoing in 2011. CAHREP wants to keep those that missed the meeting posted on what happens at the breakfast meetings.

  Our January meeting kicked off with our guest speaker, Steven Chavez, Director of The Colorado Division of Civil Rights.  He spoke on the different accomplishments of the agency in 2010 and the major issues handled by the Division. Mr Chavez reminded us that it is important to remember that Civil Rights are afforded to all residents of Colorado regardless of residency status, fair housing laws are strictly enforced but consumers need to report their cases. As professionals, we can be part of the solution.

  The education topic was presented by Harold and Loni Koller from the Kotler Marketing Group. They spoke about the science of targeting your market rather than just using a "shotgun" approach. Whether you are looking at credit criteria and apartments for homebuyers or listing an upscale condo downtown, farm marketing can be cost effective and easy if you are using the right strategies and resources.

National Presidents Council Retreat

  NAHREP held its first Presidents Council Retreat at the JW Mariott at LA Live in Los Angeles,California, site of the 2011 Real Estate & Marketing Conference in September. T he NAHREP leadership and staff put together an agenda packed with activities including interviews with different presidents, live radio interviews with national figures, chapter political advocacy successes, breakout groups to outline best practices for the chapters and more. It was great getting inside the heads of the leaders across the NAHREP landscape and listening to the stories of the challenges and successes of running a chapter, building a model organization that professionals seek and can't wait to be a part of and listening to the stories of facing and meeting the needs of the communities we all work in. Of course, it will be part of my job to bring these ideas and practices to Denver and together with our board of directors and membership, create of an atmosphere conducive to growth and be able to meet the expectations of our professionals.
It is typical for some of the NAHREP chapters to hold monthly events that easily bring in 200-300 participants. CAHREP does have a great opportunity to grow exponentially given the size of the Denver Metropolitan Area and the consistent programming it offers throughout the year. The success of the chapter like any organization does really come down to its people and their belief in its purpose. Our mission is to increase sustainable homeownership for our community. Is this something that you truly believe in? Are you contributing directly or indirectly to that end in your business?  I would like to extend an invitation to you to assist our functions and get involved and along with your colleagues become part of a larger movement of professionals doing the right thing by working together.
Contact any of our board of directors or send me an email at if you would like to volunteer in our committees.
Multicultural Real Estate Conference

The leadership of the Asian Real Estate Association of America, the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals and the National Association of Real Estate Brokers would like to invite you to attend our upcoming Multicultural Real Estate and Policy Conference at the Ritz-Carlton Washington D.C., March 3-4, 2011. AREAA, NAHREP and NAREB are the nation's largest minority real estate trade associations and are each committed to increasing sustainable homeownership amongst the country's Asian, Hispanic and African American communities. This is the second year the organizations are working together to present a combined conference, bringing together key housing policy experts, elected officials, non-profits and agency representatives that influence and implement the housing policies that impact our members.



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