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7 Things to know about the HBREA event
The State of Housing in Black Houston
And what it will teach attendees

Problems being discussed:
1. Low black homeownership rate
2. High student loans
3. Credit and loan discrimination
Solutions being discussed:
4. NAREB 5 pillar
5. Creative financing
6. Advocacy and...
7. YOU!

This event is for anyone in the Real Estate Industry; real estate agents, brokers, lenders, service providers, investors, homeowners, or future homeowners this event is for YOU!

When: Friday, September 30
Time: 10-4

#HBREA #stateofhousinginblackhouston #rsvptoday #timetolearn #houstonrealtor®

Lunch-N-Learn is SOLD OUT!!! Thank you @davidan_sr for coming to speak today.

#hbrea #yrd #houston #houstonrealtors® #realtist #blackentrepreneurs

Did you know there are multiple ways for Real Estate Professionals to partner w/ the Houston Housing Authority?

The President & CEO of The Houston Housing Authority will be our guest presenter for the September Lunch N Learn!

Come and learn about bid opportunities, how ...tenants are using their rental vouchers to become homeowners and much more!

If you are serious about your business, you DON’T want to miss this!

We are BACK IN PERSON w/ a NEW location!!!

“The PowerCenter”

12401 South Post Oak Road

Houston, TX 77045





#lunchandlearn #hbrea #houston #texas #houstonrealestate #texasrealestate #realtist

Check out our Young Realtist Division @yrdhouston founded by @nareb_realtist YRD mission is redefining the real estate culture for tomorrow’s leader by empowering the youth and communities. With leaders like President @atiawillisrealty and 1st Vice President @andreyestorealestate the Houston ...Chapter is going to do great things.

#yrd #hbrea #houston #youngrealtist #texasrealestate #houstonagents #communityleaders


The deadline to vote for your HAR Board of Director is TODAY at 5pm. The BigPulse-HAR officials Ballot was sent to you via email on Tuesday and Friday. Search for BigPulse in the subjectline.

If you can not find send email to: election@har.com or call ...713-629-1900

Special note:
HBREA members who are running are Chad Khan, Jay Bradley and Peggie Pentecost.

Lunch-n-Learn – Texas Southern University

2021 HBREA Gala

HBREA 2021 Gala Social Event


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HBREA’s Mission


The Houston Black Real Estate Association (HBREA) founded in 1949, is the local chapter of the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB). NAREB, founded in 1947, is the oldest and largest minority trade association in America. HBREA was founded on the principle that all citizens have the right to equal housing opportunities regardless of race, creed or color.

HBREA’s History

The Houston Black Real Estate Association was founded in 1949 by 11 progressive real estate brokers. The brokers, faced with the dilemma of discriminatory real estate practices, deemed it necessary to form an entity that could ensure not only democracy in the real estate industry, but also in housing opportunities.

The founding meeting was held at the then Negro Chamber of Commerce. The Founders were: J.W. Hubert, J.E Robinson, J.W. Robinson, Sr., E. J. Hardy, W.O. Bonner, W.W. Robinson, E.S. McCullough, O.J. Polk, Garfield Clark, Roscoe Cavitt and S.D. Jones, Sr.

In 1956, the organization was incorporated and became the Houston Real Estate Association, Inc. In 2012, a dba was created for HBREA to do business as The Houston Black Real Estate Association, Inc.

Encouraged by the prospect of progress through organization, the association immediately launched an educational program in order to better qualify themselves and to open the door for other Negroes interested in the real estate industry. Through the cooperation of Texas Southern University, evening classes in Real Estate Principles, Salesmanship, Real Estate Brokerage and Real Estate Law were sponsored by the Association.