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Mission-Directed Real Estate Brokerage as a Tool for Buyer and Neighborhood Stability

OCTOBER 20, 2010 - 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM ET


Sponsored by NeighborWorks America

Whether it’s starting your own brokerage or working with a committed private broker, learn how mission-directed real estate brokerage can help you assist buyers, sell houses, and strengthen neighborhoods.  Click title for registration link.

In the weak market we are all working in, it’s more important than ever to have homes transfer quickly into responsible ownership, to help low- mod buyers navigate new credit requirements and investor-dominated markets, and to draw healthy demand to neighborhoods.  In this Webinar, you will hear from several nonprofit brokerages created for different goals, and from a private broker who specializes only in urban neighborhoods and properties, and works closely with nonprofits and local government to rebrand neighborhoods and build demand from strong homebuyers, developers and renters. 

We’ll talk about markets and missions, structures, compensation methods, budgets and break-even points, marketing strategies for houses and neighborhoods, and the pros and cons of starting your own brokerage vs. working with an existing private broker.

Panelists include:

Jorge Vega, Community HousingWorks Realty and Lending, San Diego, California

Eric Dahl, Community Realty, Albany, New York

Mike Loftin, Homewise, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Donna C. Williams, Urban Living Realty, Chattanooga, Tennessee 

To register for this training session
Go to and register.

Once you are approved by the host, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions for joining the session.

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