Members of a trade association for Hispanic real estate professionals will discuss the potential impacts of immigration reform on lending to undocumented immigrants during a conference this week at the Capital Hilton in Washington, D.C. The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals will meet Tuesday through Thursday this week to discuss public policy that affects Latino homeownership, "including the impact of current issues and the role of government on minority home-buying," according to an association announcement today. The national board of the trade association, which has about 14,000 members, along with other association leaders, corporate executives and government officials, are expected to attend the conference. "Participants will have the opportunity to engage in a town-hall format exchange with panelists and exchange ideas with experts, government leaders, consumer advocates and appointed officials. A contingent of members is also expecte...
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