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Diversity in real estate is slim nationally, so individual efforts stand out in Oklahoma City

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Realtor Derrick Tran shows a house on SW 96 last fall. Tran, who is Asian, is passionate about helping Asians become homeowners. [OKLAHOMAN ARCHIVES]
Realtor Derrick Tran shows a house on SW 96 last fall. Tran, who is Asian, is passionate about helping Asians become homeowners. [OKLAHOMAN ARCHIVES]
Women have the edge among real estate brokers and sales agents, but racial diversity is slim, national statistics show. Women made up 55.2 percent of brokers and agents in 2016, the most recent year for which statistics are available, according to Data USA, using statistics from the Census Bureau's American Community Survey Public Use...
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