NAHREP Appoints Monarch Title CEO as Emerging Latino Entrepreneur | News


The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) has named David Bravo, Jr., CEO of California-based Monarch Title Co., as a 2021 Emerging Latino Entrepreneur.

“I am honored to be recognized by my peers of real estate professionals,” Bravo said in a statement. “The South Bay Chapter of NAHREP is the epitome of excellence, and I am proud to be counted among them.”

Realtor Sonia Moncayo hailed Bravo as one of the title industry’s top leaders.

“We are very proud of David, a respected Latino entrepreneur who is a wonderful role model for the younger generation,” she said.

Bravo’s career began in 1999 at United Title at the age of 18, when he was recruited as a title sales representative.

“In a short time, I was nationally recognized as one of the best reps, especially during the Great Recession,” he said.

He became Los Angeles County sales manager at age 30, then regional manager seven years later. In 2020, Bravo was named CEO of Monarch Title, located in Woodland Hills, California.

“I owe this incredible opportunity to Sam Rafeh who emigrated to the United States from Lebanon as a teenager. He was a true example of the American dream when he founded Monarch Title,” Bravo said at the award ceremony. NAHREP award.

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