Not only is closing the wealth gap the right thing to do, it’s smart business for you.

With the help of our partners — innovators in the financial, real estate, government, and housing industry who value equality, justice, and performance — HomeFree-USA is doing just that.

Mortgage Lenders & Servicers

Realtors & Brokers

HBCU Center for Financial Advancement

With our partnership you’ll have access to:
  • Regular virtual and in-person events and trainings for homebuyers, homeowners, real estate agents, and the mortgage industry

  • Our Center for Financial Advancement program, connecting hand-picked talent at HBCUs with major partners in the real estate and finance sector as well as educating the next generation of homebuyers

  • Our annual Reaching Millions Leadership Conference for affiliates, nonprofits and partners
  • Access to our nationwide affiliate network of 50+nonprofit partners, who impact widely diverse communities

  • Advising homebuyers and homeowners on the ins-and-outs of homeownership, financial wellbeing and wealth building
  • Increased trust, brand recognition, and market share, with opportunities to impact and speak to audiences of color

How HomeFree-USA Helps:

For 26 years, HomeFree-USA has cultivated working relationships with major lenders and financial institutions to boost their brand, recruit Black talent, and increase market share in diverse communities while helping them do more good in the world.

We can all agree, it’s time to close the wealth gap. 
  • By the year 2040, 80% of emerging households in the U.S. will be people of color

  • Over the last 20 years, had there been no wealth gap, $16 trillion more would have been added to the economy from people of color

  • Black Americans are paying an average of $13k more for homeownership than White Americans, affecting more than 44% of Americans

  • African Americans already put $1 billion into the economy every year

  • Wealth inequality, unchecked, is projected to cost the economy up to another $1.5 trillion by 2028

  • African Americans have over 1 trillion in buying power, making them a major economic power, despite the wealth gap