Tag Archive for ‘forecast’

Economists Agree That Housing Recovery Likely To Continue

Yesterday, NAHB hosted its bi-annual Construction Forecast Webinar (CFW). The CFW featured three industry experts. NAHB Chief Economist David Crowe was joined by Maury Harris, Chief US Economist at UBS, and NAHB Senior Economist Robert Denk to present views on the outlook for the US economy and the housing market more specifically. Here are the major points from the presentation:… Read More ›

NAHB Fall Construction Forecast

Sparked by rising home prices across much of the nation, the housing recovery is now under way, but fiscal uncertainties and other challenges could result in a bumpy ride in the coming months, according to economists participating in yesterday’s National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) webinar on the construction and economic outlook. “We’re seeing a more robust housing sector than… Read More ›

NAHB’s Spring Construction Forecast Webinar – April 25, 2012

Sign up for NAHB’s Construction Forecast Webinar on Wednesday, April 25, and join the conversation about the housing market. Don’t miss the chance to ask questions directly of top economists: David Crowe, NAHB Chief Economist Chris Varvares, Macroeconomic Advisers, Senior Managing Director & Co-Founder              Robert Denk, NAHB Assistant Vice President for Forecasting and Analysis  What happens from here? Listen to the experts…. Read More ›

Housing and the Stock Market

The housing market awaits a solid economic recovery that provides potential home buyers the confidence to move forward with a major purchase. The S&P downgrade and the attendant stock market plunge adds to uncertainty and consumer discomfort as they see their wealth fall, again. But, the real underlying question is whether the economy is headed for a double dip or… Read More ›