NAWRB Magazine, Volume 4 Issue 5


Irvine, CA – The National Association of Women in Real Estate Businesses (NAWRB) is proud to announce the release of NAWRB Magazine’s Volume 4 Issue 5!

In our longest issue to date , we explore the theme of  Economic Growth by addressing the successes of women in the housing continuum, from the incredible growth of women-owned businesses to the attainment of Sole Source Authority by the Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) Program.

We introduce  NAWRB’s Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Council (NDILC), dedicated to bringing women’s Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) to the forefront with accountability and results. With our expertise, passion, commitment and resources, NAWRB is uniquely positioned as a women’s leader in the historic D&I movement.

NAWRB’s SheCENTER(FOLD) Patricia Arvielo is a testament to the potential women possess for economic growth. She tells the story of her life leading to co-founding one of the fastest growing mortgage lenders in the country. From her early days as a softball player in La Mirada to her perseverance through career setbacks, Arvielo is a beaming example of the American Dream.

Decisive developments, proposed rules and successes for minorities and women of the housing economy all comprise NAWRB Magazine’s Volume 4 Issue 5. Whether you are a participant in the D&I movement or an observer, this issue is one you must read and share with your sphere of influence.

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Mother Nature: Droughts and Floods


If you look back on the last decade, a lot has been written about global warming and how Earth is shifting. With flooding occurring in some parts of the country and droughts in others, it is a crucial time to remain attune to earth’s changes. Regardless of your beliefs on global warming, an increasing amount of areas, including entire states, are being affected by the wrath of Mother Nature.  Continue reading

House Democrats Urge CFPB to Create Small Business Loan Reporting Rule


Led by Rep. Donald Payne Jr. (D-NJ) and Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD), 82 House Democrats wrote a letter urging CFPB Director Richard Cordray to restructure the collection of small business lending data in order to help lending institutions better understand the financial needs of these businesses. The letter comes less than two months after Senate Democrats penned correspondence to Cordray asking for the same thing. Continue reading