March 21, 2011
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Upcoming Webinars
April 27: Get Latest Housing Perspectives at Spring Construction Forecast Webinar
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Register for the upcoming Spring Construction Forecast Webinar to get up-to-the-minute analysis from three seasoned economists.

Speakers will look at the latest housing news and numbers and discuss these questions and more:

  • How is constricted builder access to acquisition, development and construction credit being addressed?

  • How can pent-up demand for housing be quantified?

  • Are the low appraisal headwinds easing?

  • How big is the housing inventory, and what is its composition?

  • How will each state fare as the housing recovery gains momentum?

The webinar will be held from 2:00-4:00 p.m. EST on Wednesday, Apr. 27.

The two-hour webinar will present the latest economic data and opinion in a streamlined, efficient format that will enable attendees to interact directly with some of the nation’s top economists.

Speakers include:

  • David Crowe, NAHB chief economist — Watch the chief economist’s assessment on housing here and here.

  • Mark Zandi, chief economist, Moody's Analytics — Read a transcript of Zandi’s January appearance on Nightly Business Report.

  • Robert Denk, NAHB assistant vice president for forecasting and analysis — Read a report on pent-up housing demand, co-authored by Denk.

The fee is $29.95 for NAHB members and home builders associations and $49.95 for non-members.

To Register

For more information, visit www.nahb.org/cfw.

To register, click here.


 

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