NAWRB Releases Spring 2018 Women in the Housing Ecosystem Report

WHER Blog Size

Burgandy Basulto is a Content Writer at NAWRB. She has a bachelor’s degree in both English and Philosophy, and a master’s degree in Philosophy. When she’s not reading or writing, she loves running, kickboxing, watching films, trying new restaurants she finds via Yelp, and experiencing other cultures during her travels.

Women in the Housing and Real Estate Ecosystem (NAWRB) announces the release of the Spring 2018 Women in the Housing Ecosystem Report (WHER). This two-volume sequel to the 2017 Women in the Housing Ecosystem Report provides in-depth analysis, trends and policy suggestions regarding the state of women’s homeownership and women professionals in the housing ecosystem.

Volume 1: The State of Women’s Homeownership

The first volume uncovers the state of women’s homeownership by analyzing the overall health of the current market, women’s poverty and obstacles women and minorities face in becoming homeowners. The report provides invaluable resources for single women, mothers and couples who are prospective homebuyers, as well as disaster recovery assistance for renters and homeowners.

NAWRB provides policy suggestions from our publicly available comments to government entities, such as the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) and Department of Labor (DOL), regarding minority and women inclusion and gender-focused research methods regarding the United States workforce.

Volume 2: Women in the Housing and Real Estate Ecosystem

The second volume includes an in-depth overview of the opportunities and obstacles women professionals face in the housing and real estate ecosystem, from the rate of women’s entrepreneurship and women’s roles in family offices and intergenerational wealth transfer, to female representation in the C-suite and gender diversity across the globe.

The report provides insight regarding the most effective strategies for increasing diversity in the corporate sphere and highlights the need for diversity and inclusion efforts at all levels of employment.

Read the full report here.

Become a member of NAWRB today! LEARN MORE

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *