|AHA Diverse Segment Strategic Alliances|
The Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University projected that as many as 13 million new U.S. households formed from 2010 to 2025 will be comprised of diverse segment families. AHA is proud of its strategic alliances with the following organizations representing these homeowners.
The Hispanic Homeowner Alliance is pleased to partner with the Hispanic Wealth Project to provide free first year membership in the HHA. The Hispanic Wealth Project is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to financially and educationally empower the Hispanic community in America. The Hispanic Wealth Project is built on the premise that all Americans benefit by the economic well-being of our Latino community. Its State of Hispanic Homeownership Report analyzes and evaluates population trends, educational achievements, income profiles and consumer attitudes as they relate to Hispanic homeownership. In 2015, it released a Hispanic Wealth Project Blueprint. The Blueprint, whose creation was chaired by the Honorable Henry Cisneros, outlines a business plan to triple Hispanic household wealth in the next ten years. Join the Hispanic Homeowners Alliance to help the Hispanic Wealth Project to advance the economic position of the Hispanic community in America.
The Black Homeowner Alliance is pleased to partner with the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB) to provide a first year free membership in the BHA. The National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB) was founded in 1947, making it the oldest minority association in America. It was formed out of a need to secure the right to equal housing opportunities regardless of race, creed or color. Its national goal is to bring together the nation's minority professionals in the real estate industry to promote the meaningful exchange of ideas about our business and how best to serve our clientele. It strives to create an environment where creativity flourishes in both the workplace and the marketplace.