Our initiatives aim to expand homeownership opportunities for Latinos.
Home Ownership Means Equity
By 2040, Latinos will comprise 70% of new homeowners in America, proving to be essential to the future of our nation’s housing market and economy.
Latinos have always believed in the power of homeownership as a hub for stability. A place where gatherings with loved ones take place while also doubling as an investment that will spur generational wealth for their families.
UnidosUS aims to support Latino families in their homeownership journeys by creating pathways for Latino homebuyers to build credit, afford a down payment, and get approved for a sustainable mortgage loan. We are uniquely positioned to achieve this goal by combining our reputation and expertise across programs, policy, community outreach, and national partnerships.
Wells Fargo is an anchor funder and champion of the UnidosUS housing initiative.
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For more than 25 years, UnidosUS has operated one of the largest HUD-certified housing counseling networks, with nearly 50 housing counseling agencies in 27 states and a nationwide call center.
Through the Raza Development Fund (RDF), we have provided organizations serving Latino families in 38 states with technical assistance and financings in excess of $1 billion, which have leveraged over $5 billion in private and public capital for education, childcare, affordable housing, social services projects, and more.
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UnidosUS has nearly 300 community-based Affiliate organizations that directly serve the Latino population across the country. Our Affiliates know firsthand the practical concerns and issues that affect their constituencies and work with us to implement innovative solutions to address them.
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