Missed the 3Q18 Housing Forecast Webcast? Watch the recording now!
Chief Economist Mark Boud Gives National Overview
Mark Boud discussed the different issues currently impacting the housing market, including tax reform, national debt and what that means for the upcoming quarters. Classifying the current market as being in the seventh inning of the cycle, Boud also touched on the factors that will lead to the next downturn and what that means for organizations working in the industry.
Regional Directors Offer an Inside Look into West Coast Markets
Todd Britsch kicked the regional outlook off with an in-depth look into the Seattle and Portland markets. Britsch discussed the impact of international buyers, the increase median list price for new construction and employment trends in the Seattle market, and the stabilizing median list prices, migration and lot supply in the Portland market.
Aaron Stubblefield, the Regional Director of Northern California discussed the Sacramento and Bay Area markets. Stubblefield touched on how affordability is affecting the Bay Area market, the new home market compared to the resale market and key lot inventory, employment and growth trends.
Regional Director of Southern California, John Mulville, wrapped up the granular look into West Coast metros with a discussion on the Los Angeles, Orange County, Inland Empire and San Diego markets. Mulville spoke about global trends affecting Southern California, the impact of property taxes and affordability.
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