In Loving Memory ...

Le Francis Arnold, who parlayed a college football scholarship and a stint as an NFL lineman into a career as a prominent REALTOR® in his hometown of Los Angeles, died unexpectedly on Monday, September 2, 2013, at age 60. Arnold, a Democratic Party candidate for the California State Assembly, was 2012 president of the California Association of REALTORS®, a 155,000 member trade organization. LeFrancis was also a Founding Director of our own Multicultural Alliance. LeFrancis was a great leader, an inspiration to all who worked with him, and his contribution to organized real estate is immeasurable. He is survived by his wife, Sheryl, two sons, Jason and LeFrancis II, two grandchildren, and his mother, Evelyn. He was a 37-year veteran of the real estate industry, having followed his mother into the business in 1976. In earlier years, Arnold was a student council leader and an all-league football lineman at Compton High School, winning a full scholarship to the University of Oregon in 1970.
SEE: Multicultural Alliance Resolution

 

Welcome  to the Alliance

The Multicultural Real Estate Alliance for Urban Change is a non-profit 501(c)(3) California Corporation comprised of Realtors, Realtist, lenders, title representatives, escrow officers, civic representatives and other real estate professionals and affiliates interested in the betterment of OUR community.  The Alliance is engaged in providing education, information and works as advocates for the community.  We serve the South Los Angeles area.

The Alliance Opens Doors to Home Ownership

The Multicultural Alliance for Urban Change, along with many other participating community partners, takes a proactive approach to homeownership by raising the awareness, interest, and access to local residents.

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INMAN NEWS Provides real estate news and an e-mail newsletter with links to their latest articles for Real Estate Agents and Brokers.
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HUD's  mission is to increase homeownership, support community development and increase access to affordable housing free from discrimination.
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Freddie Mac works with mortgage lenders to help people get lower housing costs and better access to home financing.
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FreddieMac's Credit Smart is a guide for better credit, money management, and responsible home ownership.
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Fair Housing administers and enforces federal laws making policies that ensure all Americans have equal access to the housing of their choice.
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CalHFA has supported the needs of homebuyers for over 30 years by providing financing and programs that create safe, decent, and affordable housing oportunities.
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Save the Date/s

Thursday - February 27, 2014
In Honor of Black History Month ...
"The Evolution of the Black Real Estate Professional" from the begining.

Evelyn Arnold

SPEAKER: Evelyn Arnold, Realtor® Emeritus
PLACE:     Southwest Assoc. of REALTORS®
               4437 W. Slauson Ave, L.A. 90043
TIME:       12:00 noon
COST:       $5.00 (includes lunch)

 

 

 

 

Congratulations!

Multicultural Real Estate
Alliance for Urban Change
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... for 20 years of
Community Betterment 


 

 LEGAL SERVICES  
        
        Law Offices of Robin D. Chow
        4201 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 612
        Los Angeles, CA 90010
        323-549-0555 (Telephone)
        323-549-0550 (Facsimile)

 

  Leadership Summit

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On April 21, 2010, the Ethnic Real Estate Associations Leadership Summit convened in El Monte to discuss issues and mobilization of ethnic Real Estate organizations. Summit participants included CAR President Steve Goddard and members from the Chinese Association of Real Estate Professionals (CAREPA), members from the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP), National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB), California Association of Real Estate Brokers (CAREB), and the Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA).

    See: CAR's cultural diversity info.



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