NAR to Hold Policy Forum in DC to Address Challenges Facing Homebuyers


The National Association of REALTORS® will hold a policy forum on Feb. 8 in Washington, DC, entitled, “American Dream Deferred: How Can We Keep Homeownership Within Reach?” The event will address the challenges hindering homebuyers with discussions uniting housing and economic experts, policymakers, and industry stakeholders.

During the event, attendees will hear discussions covering topics such as the historic housing-inventory shortage, high-interest rates, regulatory obstacles, and lending issues. Those participating in discussions include:

  • United States Senator Todd Young of Indiana
  • Gary Acosta, Co-Founder and CEO, National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals
  • Matthew Yglesias, Slow Boring blog
  • Jenny Schuetz, Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution
  • JP Delmore, Assistant Vice President, NAHB
  • Susan Wachter, Professor, University of Pennsylvania
  • Doug Austin, AVRP Studios, Yes in God’s Backyard
  • Katrina Jones, Vice President of Equity and Impact at Fannie Mae
  • Michael Calhoun, President, Center for Responsible Lending
  • George Fatheree, Founder, ORO Impact
  • David Berenbaum, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Housing Counseling, HUD
  • Dave Snyder, American Property Casualty Insurance Association 

Together, speakers and attendees will explore solutions to make housing available and affordable for all, including a discussion on tax policies, technology, innovation, and other housing-sector initiatives.

To register for the policy forum, please visit nar.realtor/events/policy-forum/registration. For the full agenda, please visit nar.realtor/events/policy-forum/agenda.





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