SAN ANTONIO -- Real estate professionals, as a whole, have been slow in adapting to the needs of Hispanic buyers and sellers, which represents a large and growing market segment, noted Oscar Gonzales, founder and managing partner for the Gonzales Group, a multicultural consulting group. "The banking industry -- they're light years ahead of the real estate industry in accommodating (the Hispanic) segment," said Gonzales, who has served in executive staff positions with Realtor associations and in 2009 served as a liaison to Mexico for National Association of Realtors leadership. Gonzales spoke Thursday during a session at the annual National Association of Real Estate Editors conference. "A lot of Realtors and builders have been in preserve-and-sustain mode since the...
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