Thursday, August 24, 2006

Middle Tennessee Hispanic real estate pros host 2nd anniversary celebration September 7

NAHREP logoThe Middle Tennessee chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) will celebrate its second anniversary on September 7 with a reception featuring Mr. Gary Acosta, co-founder of the national organization. Music and dance will follow the reception. Reservations are requested by August 31. Call Miguel Torres at 615-293-1885.

NAHREP of Middle Tennessee
2nd Anniversary Reception
5:00 p.m.
September 7, 2006
Nashville Airport Marriott Hotel
600 Marriot Dr. Nashville, TN 37214

Gary AcostaThis year’s reception will focus on introducing the co-founder of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) Mr. Gary Acosta, and will offer new marketing opportunities in the Hispanic community. The event will bring a very important tool of education to Middle Tennessee’s leading real estate professionals and housing agencies. Our own NAHREP co-founder, Mr. Acosta, will share his knowledge, wisdom and vision so others can visualize a larger scope and perspective of the Hispanic housing industry.

Mr. Acosta is a recognized authority on Hispanic and other housing issues. He has testified before the United States Senate Banking Committee, the House Small Business Committee, and has been a guest on CNN Moneyline and FOX News. He has been published by several national publications including the American Banker.

During 2003 Mr. Acosta was selected by Realtor Magazine as one of the nations 25 most influential people in real estate, an honor he shared with former HUD Secretary Mel Martinez, Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies Director, Nic Retsinas, and former Fannie Mae CEO, Franklin Raines. In 2004 Hispanic Business Magazine named him one of the 100 most influential Hispanics in America. Mr. Acosta serves on the board of Stewart Title of California, and has served on national advisory councils/boards for several Fortune 500 companies. including Freddie Mac, J.P. Morgan, Chase, Fannie Mae and First American Company.

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