On Friday, June 16, the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies will release its 2017 State of the Nation's Housing report with a live webcast from the National League of Cities in Washington, DC from Noon-1pm ET. The event will feature a panel discussion with:
Kriston Capps, Staff Writer, CityLab (panel moderator)
Chris Herbert, Managing Director, Joint Center for Housing Studies
Robert C. Kettler, Chairman & CEO, Kettler
Terri Ludwig, President & CEO, Enterprise Community Partners
Mayor Catherine E. Pugh, City of Baltimore, Maryland
The report, which has been released annually since 1988, describes key trends in both national and metropolitan-level homeownership and rental markets, and reviews key economic and demographic trends that are shaping current and future demand in those markets. It also examines ongoing challenges in housing affordability, the rise of concentrated poverty throughout metropolitan areas, and issues related to mortgage finance.
To attend in person at the National League of Cities (660 N. Capitol Street, NW, Washington, DC), please register by June 13.
To watch the live webcast, visit our website on June 16.
(No registration required. Add to Outlook or Google Calendar)