What's Next for Housing? Attend Construction Forecast Conference
The past months have been unpredictable for the housing industry. Get the information you need to make solid business decisions at the NAHB Fall Construction Forecast Conference and Webcast on Wednesday, Oct. 24 at the Housing Center in Washington, D.C.
This year’s topic — “Will Housing Lift Off in 2008?” — addresses key concern of industry professionals.
A distinguished assembly of housing economics experts will explore such important questions, including:
- When will the inventory of unsold new homes begin to decline?
- Will tighter lending standards erode future affordability?
- Where are the best local housing markets?
- Will the sub-prime debacle cause further Wall Street damage?
- How large is the condo inventory? How strong is rental demand?
For more information and to register, visit www.nahb.org/cfc, or call the Office of the Registrar at The NAHB University of Housing at 800-368-5242 x8338.
Conference Also Available Online
Can’t attend the conference in person? The conference will also be broadcast live on the Web. To register, visit www.nahb.org/cfc.
Want to Know the Housing Forecast for the Top 100 Metros?
Find out in HousingEconomic.com’s 2007-2008 Metro Forecast (free preview). Get the metro forecast with in-depth analysis, overviews and downloadable Excel tables.
To learn more, visit www.HousingEconomics.com.
Free NAHB Kit Gives Builders Back-to-Basics Tips in Navigate the Slowdown
What was once expected to be a relatively mild housing slump following three years of record new home construction and sales has given way to a significant downturn.
To help members navigate the uncharted waters of this slowdown, NAHB has compiled a comprehensive “Back to Basics” online toolkit — the best of the basics, the tried and true and the truly new. To access the toolkit, click here.
To access the “Back to Basics” toolkit, you must be an NAHB member and have a login to www.nahb.org. To create a login, go to www.nahb.org/login or click on the log-in button on the main menu bar.
For assistance, call the NAHB Member Service Center at 800-368-5242.