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‘Housing’s New Normal and How We’re Tracking It’ – Danielle Hale, Realtor.com
October 15, 2020 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
The COVID-19 pandemic brought the economy to a grinding halt. As recovery gets underway, housing is leading the way, but that doesn’t necessarily mean all is well. Danielle Hale, Chief Economist for realtor.com, will review recent housing market trends with an eye on challenges for buyers and sellers in today’s market. She’ll use data to address questions that are top of mind for market participants as well as researchers: Is now a good time to buy and a bad time to sell? Are housing markets fully recovered from the effects of the pandemic? Are some markets more recovered than others? Are people really fleeing cities for the suburbs? In addition to these answers, some of which may surprise you, you’ll find a roadmap for freely available housing data to power your own professional and personal research.
REGISTRATION IS OPEN! A link to the webinar will be sent prior to the event (by 11am EST, 10/15) to those who sign up. Registration will be open until 12pm, Thursday, October 15, 2020. You should receive a confirmation email after registering. If not, contact the NEC for that or any other questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About our speaker:
As Chief Economist at realtor.com® Danielle Hale is responsible for developing and translating real estate trend data into consumer and industry insights. She also leads realtor.com®’s team of the industry’s top analysts and economists with the goal of providing deeper and broader housing insights to people throughout the home journey, industry professionals, and thought leaders.
Before joining realtor.com® in July 2017, Danielle spent nearly a decade as an economist and policy researcher at the National Association of REALTORS®. As managing director of housing research, Danielle oversaw the production of closely followed housing market data, including NAR’s monthly pending and existing home sales indices and quarterly home price reports. Danielle previously served as manager of tax policy research, leading research projects on topics including how federal, state and local policies impact the real estate market. (Read more here)