A total of 19 educational sessions will be offered, with separate tracks for design, finance, marketing and sales, and research and trends.
A new feature of this year’s conference is an entire multifamily track for builders, developers and others interested in the rapidly expanding seniors rental market.
The conference also will include a bus tour of active adult communities, with stops at Carillon Lakes by Cambridge Homes/DR Horton; Lakewood Homes’ award-winning Grand Haven; and Sun City Huntley, Del Webb’s first active adult community in the Midwest.
Other highlights include an exhibit area showcasing high-tech products and other services tailored to the mature market, the 2004 Icons of the Industry Awards breakfast and networking opportunities.
Register now for “Building for Boomers & Beyond” or click here.
For information, e-mail NAHB’s University of Housing or call 800-368-5242 x8338.
Learn More About Seniors Housing Through the Seniors Housing Council
To learn more about seniors housing or boomers, join the NAHB Seniors Housing Council. The council provides information, education, networking and recognition opportunities for its members and represents NAHB on seniors housing issues. For more details, e-mail Jeff Jenkins or call him at 800-368-5242 x8292.
BuilderBooks.com Has Publications About Seniors Housing
BuilderBooks.com offers a variety of publications about the seniors housing market. To view or purchase these publications, click here and type “seniors” in the search engine.
University of Housing Offers CAPS Designation Program
The NAHB University of Housing offers the Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS) designation program that teaches the technical, business management and customer service skills essential to competing in the fastest growing segment of the residential remodeling industry: home modifications for the aging-in-place. For a complete list of current offerings, click here.
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