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NAFAREP (National Alliance of Fil-Am Real Estate Professionals)
(Founded: 2009 | Members: 300 )
Audi Constance
851 Burlway
(650) 345-9888; (510) 435-6421


Who can join us

* Real Estate Agents
* Brokers
* Construction/Tradespeople
* Loan Officers
* Mortgage Brokers
* Lawyers
* Architects
* Ethnic media
* Title Officers
* Escrow Officers
* Appraisers
* Insurance Agents and more

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Benefits to the Members

NAFAREP offers its members the following:

1. Become part of a network of minority-owned businesses involved in asset/property management, real estate sales, construction, ethnic media, green companies, IT, lawyers, accountants, and other professionals
2. Supplier Diversity - get help and information on acquiring contracts with U.S. major corporations
3. Learn how to obtain REO businesses from the major banks and government agencies
4. Planned CE credits approved by DRE thru our trainings and seminars
5. Assistance in obtaining certification as minority owned business
6. Industry news and regulations updates
7. Nationwide referral system
8. Advocacy and lobbying
9. Network with industry officials and Fortune 500 corporations
10. Capacity building and access to business opportunities


NAFAREP (National Alliance of Fil-Am RE Professionals)
The NAFAREP was formed to unify the various Filipino Real Estate professionals and organizations in the U.S.. Conceptualized by the Mabuhay Alliance Executive Director Faith Bautista, the national organization became a reality with the help of the 4 existing California chapters of the FAREPA (Filipino American Real Estate Professional Association).

Its Inaugural meeting was held on March 19, 2009 at the Alimango Asian Cuisine in San Mateo. Present to help launch the new organization were: Robert Gnaizda, esq. former Legal Counsel and co-founder of Greenlining Institute, Faith Bautista, CEO and Executive Director of Mabuhay Alliance and Joe Ohayon, Vice-President, Client and Community Relations - Wells Fargo Bank.

Presidents and Past Presidents of the various FAREPA chapters were also in attendance: San Francisco/Peninsula Chapter was represented by Mae Perez, Acting President and Nini De La Puente-Pecson, Past President; Santa Clara chapter by Past Presidents Tess Crescini and Ric Bareng; Alameda chapter by Dexter Lat, President; and San Diego chapter by Daughlet Ordinario – President.




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