Title Insurance Industry’s Youngest Latino CEO David Bravo, Jr. Named Emerging Latino Entrepreneur


Monarch Title CEO David Bravo, Jr. Named Emerging Latino Entrepreneur by NAHREP

Monarch Title Founder Sam Rafeh Congratulates CEO David Bravo, Jr. on Recognition by the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals.

Monarch Title Founder Sam Rafeh Congratulates CEO David Bravo, Jr. on Recognition by the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals.

National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals Honors Monarch Title Company CEO David Bravo, Jr. as Title Insurance Industry Leader

I owe this incredible opportunity to Sam Rafeh who emigrated from Lebanon to the United States as a teenager. He is a true example of the American dream when he founded Monarch Title.

— David Bravo, Jr., CEO of the only minority-owned securities company in the United States.

SHERMAN OAKS, California, USA, March 1, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — David Bravo, Jr. is a title insurance phenomenon. He rose through the ranks and became the youngest Latino CEO in the title insurance industry, making his mark in the 40-year history of monarch title Company. Celebrating Latin excellence, the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) honored Bravo as a 2021 Emerging Latino Entrepreneur in February 2022. “I am honored to be recognized by my peers of real estate professionals,” said Bravo whose humble family roots are from the Mexican states of Durango and Sonora. “The South Bay Chapter of NAHREP is the epitome of excellence and I am proud to be counted among them.”

Award-winning real estate agent 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,” said Moncayo, who holds the coveted NAHREP Top 250 distinction which positions her as one of the top 250 agents. Hispanic real estate in the country.

You could say that San Gabriel Valley native Bravo was destined to forge an untraditional path in corporate America, especially in an industry where there were very few, if any, like him. He was raised in a household of the real estate and title industry. “My parents, David Bravo, Sr. and Socorro Garcia are my role models,” he said. “Their reputations in the real estate industry and their work ethic have been the foundation of my success.”

His career began in 1999 at United Title. At 18, two weeks after graduating from Bishop Amat Memorial High School in La Puente, Calif., he was recruited as the head sales representative. “In a short time, I was nationally recognized as one of the best reps, especially during the Great Recession,” Bravo said.

“I went through some very tough times and became LA County Sales Manager at 30 and then Regional Manager 7 years later which positioned me as one of the youngest in the industry” , did he declare.

In 2020, Bravo reached the pinnacle of his career and was named CEO of Monarch Title located in Sherman Oaks, 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 when he accepted his award at the NAHREP Awards Ceremony. “I’m proud to say that we are the only minority-owned title company in the United States.”

A strong proponent of knowledge acquisition and personal development, Bravo continued his education and enrolled in Pepperdine Graziadio Business School and USC Marshall School of Business. Achieving his educational goals naturally motivated him to transfer his real estate knowledge and educate his community and beyond about homeownership through his self-published book, Title Bible.

Bravo’s sales training book has been embraced by hundreds of leading reps. He is the founder of the Title Reps Only Facebook group, a mentoring platform with more than 2,500 title reps nationwide. “My goal is for my community to have the tools to be successful in this industry,” he said.

Although his business achievements are vast, family is his top priority and motivation to succeed and create a legacy. Bravo and his wife Rhiannon have been married for 15 years and are raising five children together. Tragically, two more girls received their celestial wings.

To schedule an interview with Bravo or inquire about an opportunity to speak at your event, contact Marie Lemelle at 323-853-9035 or email [email protected]

About the title of monarch

Monarch Title Company, located in Sherman Oaks, CA, is a full-service title insurance provider operating throughout Southern California. It is independently owned and underwritten by DOMA (formerly known as North American Title) and WestCor. Monarch Title offers a long list of real estate fencing services. Services include title insurance products, appraiser-based property data, estimated closing costs and net balance, residential and commercial transactions.

Ken Jones
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