Atlanta Agent’s Top 5 Association News columns from 2022

by Atlanta Agent

Leaders of local and national Realtors associations shared their wisdom and unique perspectives throughout the year. Today we share the most-popular pieces they penned.

No. 1: The emerging economic power of the U.S. Latino 

Today, the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals is the largest Hispanic trade organization in the country with over 40,000 members across 100-plus chapters nationwide. In the next 20 years, Latinos are predicted to account for 70% of new home purchases. As Latino wealth increases at a pace three times the rate of the overall population, it is important for real estate professionals to understand the growing economic power of this important group, writes Sebastian Riveros, president of the Atlanta chapter of NAHREP.

No. 2: What role does your legacy play in building a successful real estate business?

“Understanding what the legacy you want to leave is the first step. How can being a Realtor help you achieve that?” — Roderick Williams, Atlanta REALTORS®️ Association, Board of Directors 2022 Governmental & Community Affairs Chair

No. 3: A 2022 real estate forecast

“Expect strong housing demand to continue and prices to increase, although both will likely moderate over the next 12 months,” writes incoming National Association of REALTORS® President Leslie Rouda Smith.

No. 4: Developers and investors hold keys to turning the market around

“If you are thinking about investing in real estate, buy-and-hold, fix-and-flip or new construction, now is the time, and an experienced REALTOR can help, providing you the in-depth market data that you need to make a well-informed investment.” — Karen Hatcher, 2022 President, Atlanta REALTORS® Association

No. 5: Shall we dance?

“Diversity is being invited to the party, Inclusion is being asked to dance,” writes 2022 Atlanta REALTORS® Association President Karen Hatcher.

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