FEB 9-12, 2021

The 2021 Housing & Economic Outlook

Wednesday, February 10 | 4:00 - 5:00 PM EST

EVENT TYPE: General Session


VIRTUAL FORMAT: Semi-Live More Info


Where will the economy go in 2021? This advanced session will focus on the uncertain state of the nation's economy and housing markets. As the market recovers from the virus recession of 2020, lingering financial and economic challenges and opportunities exist for the economy. Nationally recognized economists will discuss the outlook for employment, interest rates, and the status of the economic recovery. Using demographic trends, financial data and the latest industry surveys, get the best projections of the economy as the new year begins and what it all means for the housing industry.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how the economy and housing/building markets will recover after the recession of 2020.
  • Learn how NAHB's benchmark indexes measure the strength of housing demand.
  • Learn how fiscal, monetary and regulatory policies influence the housing market.
  • Identify the challenges that might be on the horizon for the home building industry for both supply and demand.

Open to all registered IBSx attendees. When the IBSx virtual platform opens, you must "register" for a session by clicking the "register" button in the session details in order to get the URL to participate in the session. Virtual seats are limited, so access to sessions will be on a first-come, first-served basis once the session begins; registering for the session within the platform and adding it to a calendar do not guarantee access. 

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  • 1201 15th St NW
    Washington, DC 20005

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