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While the US Economy soared in 2017 and 2018, home construction stalled. Featuring expert economists and researchers from The Conference Board and Fannie Mae, this webcast will explore how rising wages, interest rates, and prices will shape the US housing market.
Join us for this interactive discussion to hear findings from our US and Global economic outlook and stay on to learn:
- Why other sectors of the economy have done better than residential construction in recent years
- The causes of current housing market slowdown and prospects for a rally
- How conditions in the residential real estate market are shaping the economy as a whole
- Which regional housing markets are in the strongest and weakest condition
Who Should Attend: Business executives interested in learning about how conditions in the US housing market are influencing overall business conditions.
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Mark Palim, Ph.D.
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Gad Levanon, Ph.D.
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