2020 AREAA Global & Luxury Summit

One of the premier real estate events of the year, AREAA’s annual Global and Luxury Summit provides a platform for the industry to see new real estate trends through the eyes of the Asian American community.

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WHO WE ARE

The Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA) is a nonprofit professional trade organization dedicated to promoting sustainable homeownership opportunities in Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities by creating a powerful national voice for housing and real estate professionals that serve this dynamic market.

Educate

AREAA hosts many educational opportunities for members and sponsors to learn about the issues affecting AAPI housing, and how to better serve this dynamic community.

Empower

Through mentorships and leadership training AREAA seeks to develop the next generation of AAPI business and community leaders.

Expand

By becoming a member of AREAA, you can connect your business to over 17,000 real estate professionals worldwide serving the AAPI market.

EVENT & CAMPAIGNS

We aim to create a powerful national voice for housing and real estate professionals that serve this dynamic market

Community Service

2019 State of Asia America Report

AREAA Foundation

2019 Three Point Policy Plan

2019 A-List Winners

2018 National Convention

OUR MEMBERS

AREAA’s membership represents a broad array of real estate, mortgage and housing-related professionals that serve the diverse AAPI market. AREAA is the only trade association dedicated to representing the interests of the entire Asian real estate market nationwide.

MEMBERS & GROWING

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"PARASITE is the first Korean film to be nominated for any Oscar, and was nominated in six different award categories and won in four — including as first foreign language film to win for best picture. In the academy’s 92-year history, foreign-language films have only been nominated 12 times in total. This is truly a defining moment for South Korean cinema, getting the praise for which it’s longed for and deserved." via NBC News

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Asian Real Estate Association of America
Asian Real Estate Association of America
"We want [people] to know that business is open, our neighborhood is open, and everyone is welcome here, and to be mindful of how the virus actually works. It's not a race-based virus." - Monisha SIngh, Director of the Seattle Chinatown-International District Business Improvement Area

Read more about how panic and misinformation surrounding the coronavirus is heavily impacting Chinatowns as well as Chinese restaurants and businesses, and what can be done via Eater: http://ow.ly/5s2f50ylUUD
Asian Real Estate Association of America
Asian Real Estate Association of America
“This is where the growth of your clients can come from. The homeownership rates of whites may not go up much more than 73 percent. But minority groups—African Americans, Hispanics, and Asian Americans—have plenty of room for growth. They’re going to be drivers of first-time buyers in the future. We need a perspective change in the industry that this is an expanding market that we need to embrace.”

Hear more on the AAPI homeownership gap and what can be done from Jim Park, AREAA national chairman emeritus at the 2020 #NARPolicyForum: http://ow.ly/9JPd50ylXBH
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If you missed the #AAPI2020 @Twitter Town Hall, @NBCAsianAmerica has gathered all the questions and responses from the 2020 Presidential Candidates:

https://t.co/pHVq87n8LZ

Thanks to @AAPIData @SEARAC @APAICS @APIAVote @NCAPAtweets @aaja & more for the important conversation.

“This is where growth can come from. White homeownership may not go up much more than 73%. But minority groups have plenty of room for growth—they’re the buyers of the future. The industry needs a perspective change: this is a market we need to embrace.” https://t.co/CansP1gAgm https://t.co/cBlf1kPZZA areaa photo

Student debt has adversely affected the ability of millennials to achieve homeownership by over 70%, reducing or outright eliminating the ability to purchase a home before the age of 30. (1/2) #AAPI2020 https://t.co/aawDS7sH7d
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AAPI Data @AAPIData
35% of Asian Americans said they thought college affordability was a "very serious" problem in 2016.

Out of all Asian Americans, Cambodians were the most likely to state that the problem is dire, with 59% ranking it as "very serious."

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