"This affiliation will help us provide more properties and at the same time use the assistance of the Federal Governments’ new home buyers programs and the 203K plan and Neighborhood Stabilization Program, providing funding at very low interest rates.”
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) April 7, 2010
Casa Latino Franchise Corporation officially announces the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development has approved and duly recognizes Casa Latino Four Corners, Haines City, Florida, as a HUD Broker. The Casa Latino Four Corners franchise office is now authorized to list and/or sell properties made available to the public for purchase by HUD.
From Haines City, Florida, Franchise Owner, John Rogers said in a statement released earlier today; “As a Real Estate entity that is focused on traditionally underserved minority communities, we look forward to being able to represent the Federal Government in their efforts to provide affordable housing. HUD's mission is to increase home ownership, support community development and increase access to affordable housing, free from discrimination. This affiliation will help us provide more properties and at the same time use the assistance of the Federal Governments’ new home buyers programs and the 203K plan and Neighborhood Stabilization Program, providing funding at very low interest rates.”
Casa Latino Franchise Corporation President, Joe La Rosa commented; “We are thrilled to have Mr. Rogers and his team working so diligently to find ways to make home ownership a reality for our customers. Having this newly appointed authorization from our government will allow Casa Latino Four Corners an even better opportunity to serve their community.”
About Casa Latino Franchise Corporation:
Casa Latino was created in 2005 based upon the premise that minority home buyers and sellers have unique needs due to cultural differences and lifestyles. This is bolstered by the fact that those needs are not being effectively served by any other national brand. While the company serves everyone, regardless of heritage, the company’s model is designed to provide superior service to a multicultural market. The company offers franchisees unprecedented culturally specific and significant back office support, training, marketing tools, advertising, coaching, and much more to ensure their success. The franchise model encourages a variety of agent compensation programs which dramatically enhances a broker’s ability to recruit agents. The low franchise fee and an exceptionally low transaction based royalty structure make Casa Latino an extremely attractive opportunity. Casa Latino continues to execute an aggressive growth plan in the USA, Canada, Puerto Rico and several countries in South and Central America.
For more information regarding this press release or to schedule an interview with the principals of Casa Latino, please contact Kristin Taylor at 866-254-4964.
Kristin Taylor, VP-Marketing
Casa Latino Franchise Corporation