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The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) recently held its 2021 National Convention. The three-day event wraps up today, after hosting numerous industry practitioners who provided comprehensive insights regarding the Hispanic community’s homeownership needs and trends.
On April 13, NAHREP kicked things off with an opening general session—”The Latino Factor: The Key to Homeownership Growth in America”—featuring the following speakers:
(TNS)—Chip and Joanna Gaines are taking over another building in downtown Waco, this time to house a new headquarters for their expanding Magnolia lifestyle brand.
Magnolia told city officials last week that it will move into The Waco Tribune-Herald building at 900 Franklin Ave., just a few blocks from the company’s Magnolia at the Silos shopping district, the city’s biggest tourist attraction.
Magnolia said it plans to spend $13.6 million to renovate the three-story, 110,000-square-foot building that housed the newspaper for 70 years.