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Now more than ever is a prime opportunity for mortgage companies to create greater diversity amongst industry leaders. As a new generation of homebuyers emerges, one in which millennials, Hispanics, and single women will be key players, it’s vital that the leadership within the industry become more reflective of the population that it’s serving. Becoming more diverse is not only the right thing to do, but it makes good business sense.

New American Funding, a national mortgage lender, joins the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) in their commitment to increase Hispanic sustainable homeownership, and triple Hispanic household wealth in the next decade.

When some people think of mortgage banking, they might have ideas of it being boring, monotonous, or simply unexciting. They may figure it’s nothing but a bunch of numbers, regulations, and loans all day, right? So, how much fun is there? Well, it all depends on which mortgage company you’re talking about and who’s running the show. What may have once been looked upon as a not-so-interesting industry, can turn into a modern-day, family-fun business; that is of course, when a Latina takes the reins.

Selling or buying a home can lead to a substantial level of stress. Between preparing for the process and negotiating offers with other parties, real estate can leave you wondering why you even embarked on this journey in the first place. If this is your first time selling or buying a home, the stress might be even more overwhelming because in addition to typical tensions that are common of the process, you are also trying to learn along the way.