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Mexico Is Focus of International Housing Conference

Builders and building product suppliers looking to tap the lucrative and growing Mexican housing market can get practical advice and make valuable business connections at NAHB’s upcoming International Housing Conference of the Americas. Taking place in Mexico City, Oct. 16-18, the conference is expected to attract key housing industry members from both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border.

Mexico currently confronts pent-up demand for 6 million homes. The market is expected to grow at 4.5% per year, with an estimated value of US$6.7 billion by the end of 2005. Mexico President Vicente Fox has set a goal of meeting the housing needs of 45 million new households by 2030, and Mexican builders plan to build more than a million new low- and middle-income homes a year for the next three years.

“NAHB’s 1st International Housing Conference of the Americas can help U.S. and Mexican companies identify opportunities to help reach Mexico’s housing goal,” said NAHB President Kent Conine.

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“Now is the time for members of the home building industry to learn about the Mexican market,” Conine added. “With one-on-one meetings, education sessions and ample networking opportunities, NAHB hopes the conference will pave the way for collaboration between builders and suppliers from both nations.”

Conference sessions will feature industry experts leading discussions on the latest building concepts, housing and design trends, building efficiencies and technologies, green building, building codes and work-site safety, marketing strategies, Mexico's emerging mortgage finance system and more.

NAHB is now accepting online registrations for the event. Click here to register and find more information.

The conference is designed to appeal to a broad range of participants, including U.S. and Mexican builders, manufacturers, suppliers, financial representatives, architects and designers. Attendees will gain valuable information, insights and contacts in the Mexican housing market. To read the agenda, click here; to download a brochure, click here

NAHB has co-located the conference with EXPO CIHAC, Mexico’s largest housing and construction-industry trade show, which features over 500 exhibitors, including more than 70 U.S. companies. It typically attracts over 60,000 visitors.

For additional information, e-mail Matt Monjan or call him at 800-368-5242 x8419.


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BuilderBooks.com will be participating in EXPO CIHAC.  BuilderBooks.com also offers a variety of Spanish language publications. To view or purchase these publications, click here.

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