Friday, December 19, 2014

Housing Market Forecast Luncheon with the HBA, GGAR, SMC of the Upstate, and UMLA and featured speaker Dr. David Crowe.

Don’t Miss out
NAHB Chief Economist Dr. David Crowe will be
the keynote speaker at the
Housing Market Forecast Luncheon on February 3, 2015!

Want to start 2015 in the know and off right? Your HBA, SMC of the Upstate, Greater Greenville Association of Realtors (GGAR), and Upstate Mortgage Lenders Association (affiliate of MBAC) are working together to bring the best and most up to date economic information to you. Make plans to attend The Housing Market Forecast Luncheon at TD Convention Center on Tuesday, February 3rd, at 11:30 a.m. featuring Dr. David Crowe, Chief Economist for NAHB.
David Crowe is Chief Economist and Senior Vice President at the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).   Dr. Crowe is responsible for NAHB’s forecast of housing and economic trends, survey research and analysis of the home building industry and consumer preferences as well as micro economic analysis of government policies that affect housing. 
Before becoming NAHB’s Chief Economist, Dr. Crowe was NAHB’s Senior Vice President for Regulatory and Housing Policy.  Prior to NAHB, Dr. Crowe was Deputy Director of the Division of Housing and Demographic Analysis at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. 
He has served on federal advisory committees to the Census Bureau and to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. 
Dr. Crowe holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Kentucky.

During this meeting the HBA will host a table top forum for HBA members and prospective members during registration and immediately following the meeting.  HBA members are invited to participate in the table top forum and there are 10 spaces available. If you are interested in sponsoring a TableTop contact the HBA office at 864-254-0133

To RSVP for this event or for more information on any of our upcoming events please contact the HBA office at 864-254-0133.

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