to the Alliance
Real Estate Alliance for Urban
Change is a non-profit 501(c)(3)
California Corporation comprised of
Realtors, Realtist, lenders, title
representatives, escrow officers,
civic representatives and other real
estate professionals and affiliates
interested in the betterment of OUR
community. The Alliance is
engaged in providing education,
information and works as advocates
for the community. We serve
the South Los Angeles area.
The Alliance Opens Doors to Home Ownership
Multicultural Alliance for Urban
Change, along with many other
participating community partners, takes a proactive approach to homeownership by raising
the awareness, interest, and access to local residents.
- USC Ross Minority School
Urban Developement for our community.
... read more
- The Wall Street Wrecking Ball
What Foreclosures Are Costing Los Angeles Neighborhoods
... read more
- Fannie Mae's Housing Industry Forum™
This online forum is a source for members of the housing industry to talk about key housing industry topics, share ideas, and discuss solutions. Read the latest content and industry news and contribute to the dialogue.
... "Housing Industry Forum™"
Save the Date/s 90 minute overview presentation on "Financial Assistance Programs for Homebuyers" featuring CalHFA
Tuesday - September 16, 2014
SEE: Event Flyer
SPECIAL MEETING presented by ...
Southwest Los Angeles Association of REALTORS® &
Multicultural Alliance for Urban Change
PLACE: Southwest L.A. Assoc. of REALTORS®
4437 W. Slauson Ave, L.A. 90043
TIME: 9:00 A.M.
RSVP: Sherry Bailey (323) 545-9131
or (323) 299-6781
or REGISTER TODAY
Come Join Our Group"Own a Piece of Your Community"
Sign up for:
... Community Outreach
... Senior Events
... Housing Counselor Training
... USC/Ross Minority School for Urban
Development scholarship information
(Carmen Hill, Sherry Bailey, and Dolores Golden)
Video streaming by Ustream
Alliance for Urban
... for 20 years of
Law Offices of Robin D. Chow
4201 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 612
Los Angeles, CA 90010
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On April 21, 2010, the Ethnic Real Estate Associations Leadership Summit convened in El Monte to discuss issues and mobilization of ethnic Real Estate organizations. Summit participants included CAR President Steve Goddard and members from the Chinese Association of Real Estate Professionals (CAREPA), members from the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP), National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB), California Association of Real Estate Brokers (CAREB), and the Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA).
See: CAR's cultural diversity info.
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