Registration Open for Spring Construction Forecast Conference
Registration is now open online for the 2009 Spring NAHB Construction Forecast Conference. During the daylong Conference, held on Thursday, April 23, at the National Housing Center in Washington, D.C., nationally-recognized housing and economics experts will provide answers to the most critical questions facing the industry today.
Panelists at the conference, which will also be presented via webcast, will discuss key questions including:
- How will the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 stimulate the economy and spur new residential construction?
- How will the mortgage markets change?
- Will some regions see an earlier recovery?
- When will the housing market reach bottom?
The CFC's panel of expert speakers, including NAHB's new Chief Economist David Crowe, will look at the national and regional markets, the state of the mortgage finance industry and housing prices.
The panels include:
- NAHB Economic and Housing Forecast: David Crowe, NAHB
- The National Outlook : Maury Harris, UBS (invited); James Glassman, JP Morgan Chase
- Regional Patterns: Mark Zandi, Moody’s Economy.com; Bernard Markstein, NAHB
- State of the Nation’s Housing: Eric Belsky, Harvard University
- Finance: Frank Nothaft, Freddie Mac (invited); Doug Duncan, Fannie Mae
- Prices : Karl Case, Wellesley College; Richard Brown, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
In response to today's economy, NAHB is lowering registration fees by $75. See the new agenda and more detailed information at www.nahb.org/CFC.
Online registration is available through Friday, April 17.
To register and learn more, visit www.nahb.org/CFC.
Can't Attend in Person? Webcast of Conference Also Available
For webcast information, visit www.nahb.org/CFC. The purchase price includes unlimited access to the webcast archive for three months and electronic copies of the presentation materials.
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