www.NAHB.org
Subscribe to NBN Online
Front Page
 
President's Message
n You Can Help Solve the General Liability Insurance Problem
 
Housing and Economics
n New Home Sales on Their Way to New Record in 2004 Despite April Decline
n Home Resales at Near-Record Level in April
 
Housing Politics
n Schwarzenegger Appoints NAHB Director to Lead California Housing Department
 
State and Local
n Louisiana Law Encourages the Return of Liability Insurers
 
Regulation
n Home Owners Exploiting Political Process to Block New Housing, HUD Conference Hears
 
Small Builders and Remodelers
n Remodelers Finding Opportunity in New Laundry Room Trends
n Re-Tool for the Fastest Growing Population of the Century
 
Green Building
n Zero Energy Home to Debut in Dallas Parade of Homes
 
Business Management
n Financial Management 101: The Lowdown on Calculating Gross Profits
 
Seniors Housing
n Condominiums a Good Fit for Aging Baby Boomers
 
International Housing
n Guadalajara Conference Explores Opportunities in Mexican Housing Market
 
Labor
n Upcoming Conference to Look at Workforce Innovations
 
Building Products
n Job-Site Radio Provides All-in-One Power Center
 
Building News
Coast To Coast

 
Association News
& Events

n Builder Ralph Manley, 80, to Re-enact D-Day Jump Over Normandy
n Calendar of Events
 
NBN Back Issues
 

Print This Article   Print All Articles   Email the Editor  

Guadalajara Conference Explores Opportunities in Mexican Housing Market

The Mexican housing market is expected to top 719,000 new units this year as the purchasing power of the average Mexican grows and demand for middle-income homes explodes.

Builders and building product suppliers interested in entering this lucrative and growing market can get practical advice and make valuable business connections at the Partnership for Prosperity conference and concurrent NAHB trade mission in Guadalajara on June 27-30. Also participating in the conference is NAHB’s Mexican counterpart, CANADEVI.

The conference brings together U.S. and Mexican business and government leaders to discuss the state of the housing sector and growing opportunities to conduct business. Partnership for Prosperity was initiated by President George Bush and Mexico President Vicente Fox to stimulate economic growth and expand trade between the two countries.

Members Save at BuilderBooks.com
Reach 100,000+ Builders & Contractors
Membership has its Advantages
Learn More. Earn More. The NAHB University of Housing.

The conference will feature a housing development roundtable with NAHB President Bobby Rayburn and CANADEVI President Héctor Aguirre. The two will also sign a partnership agreement reflecting the associations’ intentions to work together to exchange ideas, information and innovations in the housing sector. “NAHB looks forward to a long and productive relationship with our colleagues at CANADEVI” said Rayburn.

In industry professionals attending the trade mission will:

  • Participate in roundtable discussions with government officials and company officials from Mexico’s largest home builders
  • Tour low, middle and luxury housing developments in the area
  • Receive special briefings by the U.S. Foreign Commercial Service and Jalisco Construction Chamber
  • Participate in high-level networking opportunities
  • Witness the signing of the NAHB/CANADEVI partnership agreement

To register for the conference online, visit www.p4pworks.org/taller2004/registration. To register online for the concurrent NAHB International Trade Mission, click here.

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

go to top

See how Countrywide can streamline the process for Condo/PUD Project Approvals to help get you results.
Learn how easy it can be to borrow money the smart way with Countrywide’s Home Equity Line of Credit.

To unsubscribe or to manage your subscription, CLICK HERE

Nation's Building News Online is produced and distributed by the National Association of Home Builders

NBN Online is best viewed using the latest versions of Internet Explorer or NetScape Navigator, available free.