The Mosaic Realty Networkâ„˘ is a membership-based organization of highly successful real estate entrepreneurs and housing leaders. Mosaic was founded in 2009 as a private, by invitation only network of top-producing real estate broker-owners. Members of Mosaic leverage Mosaicâ€™s unique programs to grow and diversify their businesses while refining their skills as leaders in local communities throughout the U.S. Our Mission The Mission of Mosaic is to cultivate meaningful, relevant and profitable real estate brokerages that are deeply rooted in the communities they serve.
The Mosaic Philosophy Mosaic leverages membership dues and corporate member pledges to create unique and custom tailored member programs. All programs are intended to invest in Mosaic members in three core areas: Community Leadership Business Profitability Business Sustainability
Membership Programs Mosaic Member Programs offer access, information, connections, peer to peer support and mentorship opportunities.
Exclusivity (By Invitation Only) Membership to Mosaic is strictly by invitation or direct referral. Those not invited to apply by Mosaic must request an invitation from an existing Mosaic member.
Our History The Mosaic Realty Networkâ„˘ was formed in the wake of this unprecedented U.S. real estate and financial market meltdown and historic foreclosure crisis. Mosaic was created as a group of HERA1 aligned, multicultural broker owners.
The Mosaic Realty Networkâ„˘ represented its members' strong desire to create opportunity when faced with adversity in residential home buying and investing.
As a group, Mosaic recognized that the way in which distressed asset sales were to be handled would have a lasting impact on community stabilization, neighborhood rebuilding and homeownership access. Mosaic recognized that, according to the Harvard Joint Center on Housing, beginning in 2020, approximately 80% of first-time homebuyers will be immigrants or minorities2. This presented a unique opportunity for those Mosaic members who have made a career of serving their own diverse and underserved communities. Mosaic was created as a network of trusted broker members uniquely positioned to guide today's diverse segments and tomorrow's first time homebuyers through the US housing marketplace.
Mosaic has, since its initial formation in 2009, flourished as a private, membership-based organization and significantly expanded its influence, member program offerings and community outreach.
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Meet Mosaic MEMBERSHIP PROFILE
100% Broker Owners 74% Certified Minority/ Women Owned Businesses 32% Foreign Born / Immigrated to the U.S. 24% First Generation | 44% Second Generation + Average Industry Experience: 18 years 43% Nationally Franchised Brand Owners / 57% Independent Broker Owners Community Involvement: 93% involved in direct to consumer organizations 11% Masterâ€™s Degree or Higher; 32% Bachelors Degree; 44% Some College; 13% Other Industry Designations include: CDPE, GRI, RDCPro, CNE, Certified Loss Mitigation Consultant Mosaic Broker Members represent more than 1,800 licensed real estate agents nationally. GOALS OF MEMBERSHIP: Mentorship Business growth Education Networking Member Business Channels include Short Sale, REO, Traditional Resale, Buy Side, Lending and other ancillary services. Communities Served by Membership Major metropolitans and surrounding suburbs Diverse in heritage and lifestyle Heavy owner occupancy or strong desire for homeownership California (Riverside, San Diego, San Bernardino, Orange, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Santa Clara, Contra Costa, Alameda, Kern, Fresno, Stanislaus and Solano Counties) Arizona (Maricopa and Pima Counties) Florida (Miami, Broward, Palm Beach, Orange, Lee, Collier, Volusia, and Polk Counties) Nevada (Clark and Washoe Counties) Texas (El Paso) The Greater DC Metro Area (Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.)
1 HERA Housing and Economic Rights Advocates; protecting all people from discrimination and economic abuses especially in the realm of housing; Retrieved July 7, 2012 from www.heraca.org 2 Di, Xiao Shy and Liu, Xiaodong. (July 2005.) Harvard University Joint Center for Housing Studies. The Importance of Wealth and Income in the Transition to Homeownership.
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