A Hispanic Heritage Month first, online and audio, “5 Notable Hispanics in Real Estate.”
SILICON VALLEY, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, Sept. 22, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Art and real estate broker Anna D. Smith is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month by highlighting five notable Hispanics in real estate, one mortgage lender, two architects and one one of the most famous real estate developers in the country and a farmer in California.
Robert Nuñez and Raúl Arriaga of the American Dream Home Advantage Program provide home buyers and sellers with guidance and advice to ensure they make decisions based on their unique needs.
“Latinos are a growing force in the housing market. Latino home ownership is growing at a record pace, driven by younger buyers,” says Raúl Arriaga. “The American Dream Home Advantage program can provide them with expert guidance, resources, and direction to succeed in the real estate business.”
Jorge M. Pérez, Related Group’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, proves that the ability to achieve maximum corporate growth is no far-fetched dream. Perez began his business 40 years ago in the affordable housing industry, serving the needs of the elderly, poor and Hispanic people in Florida’s Little Havana.
Now, Related Group has roughly $4 billion in construction output, with many properties selling at over $1 million. Related Group has grown overseas with upscale condominiums and hotels in Playa del Carmen, Acapulco and other Mexican vacation destinations.
“We have 70 projects in America and three or four in India. There are currently as many as a dozen condos under construction in South Beach, most notably in Ft. Lauderdale and Miami. There is also an international department overseeing projects in the Bahamas, Mexico, Brazil and Argentina, all luxury products.”
Mónica Ponce de León believes that everyone deserves good architecture. Her MPdL Studio is a pioneer in using technology to create high-end, climate-friendly architectural designs. It boasts the title of the country’s first LEED certified service station.
Gustavo Rodriguez, AIA, a partner in New York’s FX Collaborative, creates design solutions that are integrated into their environments. With years of experience designing projects of different scales and typologies both in the United States and abroad, Gustavo is passionate about collaborating to create innovative buildings that enrich their context.
The Forge, led by Gustavo Rodriguez, AIA, a partner in New York’s FX Collaborative, won a 2018 Brooklyn-Queens Award of Excellence for multifamily design.
Joe Del Bosque, 72, now farms 2,000 acres — including the half-mile he first bought. “It’s been a great journey for me so far,” says Del Bosque of the successful 5,000-acre family farm he has built. However, the future for him and others looks increasingly uncertain. He expects to reduce the number of melon harvests – his “bread and butter” – by 30 to 35 percent, putting a third of experienced melon pickers out of work.
The field that Del Bosque has been preparing for planting since last year could go unused if his farm doesn’t get enough water this year. That would put 80 to 100 skilled people out of work, a painful reality for longtime area farmers like Del Bosque, who have spent most of their careers growing crops in California’s San Joaquin Valley.
To learn more about these five notable Hispanics in real estate, be sure to visit Anna D. Smith’s Fine Art and Real Estate Blog or listen to the audio versions on Soundcloud or YouTube.
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