Podcast: 2022 Economic Outlook with NAHB Chief Economist

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In the first Housing Developments episode of 2022, sponsored by Wells Fargo, NAHB Chief Economist Rob Dietz sits down with co-hosts CEO Jerry Howard and Chief Lobbyist Jim Tobin to provide his economic outlook for the year ahead. Tune in to hear Dietz’s predictions regarding the supply chain, lumber prices, interest rates, housing affordability and more.

And remember that you still have time to register for the International Builders’ Show, Feb. 8-10, in Orlando, where you can hear from Dietz and more NAHB staff experts live and in person.

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