The 2017 NAHB International Builders Show opens in Orlando Florida on Tuesday, January 10 at the Orange County Convention Center.
NAHB’s Economics and Housing Policy staff will offer analyses of what to expect in 2017 for all sectors of the housing market. A sample of sessions, including locations, is offered below.
The 2017 Housing & Economic Outlook
January 10 at 2pm WF3
NAHB Chief Economist Robert Dietz will present NAHB’s economic and housing outlook.
The State of the Remodeling Market
January 10 at 2pm W304G
Survey data from Houzz and NAHB’s Paul Emrath will provide insight to preferences in a changing marketplace.
NAHB Meeting of the Members
January 11 at 8am Valencia Ballroom
Learn how NAHB’s grassroots guides the association’s direction. Robert Dietz will also present the economic and housing outlook, with a focus on tomorrow’s new home buyers.
This event is for NAHB members only. It is complimentary, but an RSVP is requested. You can easily RSVP while you are registering for IBS.
Leading Suppliers Council & Professional Builder Breakfast Panel
January 11 at 7:30am
Professional Builders Show Village – Parking Lot 1 Behind West Building
Robert Dietz will lead a discussion of the economic environment with details concerning the status of today’s consumers and supply-side issues facing the industry.
Survey Data 2017: Home Trends & Buyers Preferences Across Income Groups:
January 11 at 8:30am W314
Results from consumer surveys by NAHB, as detailed by Rose Quint, and Better Homes and Gardens.
Multifamily Economic & Market Outlook:
January 11 at 10:30am W308C
What will the multifamily housing market look like in 2017 and beyond? Robert Denk will provide the forecast.
55+ Housing Economic & Market Forecast:
January 11 at 1:30pm W307C
The 55+ market is projected to grow by 800,000 households every year. Paul Emrath will analyze the market.
The Economics and Housing Policy team will also present updates to various NAHB Committees and Councils at IBS.