Housing Developments is a podcast hosted by NAHB CEO Jerry Howard and NAHB Chief Lobbyist Jim Tobin. The two discuss the latest developments in housing and inside NAHB. Topics include housing affordability, housing economics, workforce development issues, the state of the residential construction industry and much more.
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After a summer hiatus, co-hosts NAHB CEO Jerry Howard and Chief Lobbyist Jim Tobin return to discuss all things economics. From rent control measures to home-buying trends, they discuss some tricky issues at a very high level with special guests Lynn Fisher, senior economic advisor at the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) and NAHB Economist Danushka Nanayakkara.
In this week’s episode of Housing Developments, CEO Jerry Howard and Chief Lobbyist Jim Tobin sit down with the CEO and President of the National Housing Endowment, Mark Pursell. The three discuss the challenges of workforce development, and the ways that groups all over the country are working to build up the next generation of the trade.
In this week’s episode of Housing Developments, NAHB Chief Economist Robert Dietz shares his 2019 economic forecast for the industry, and what the recent change in the NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index means for builders. Dr. Dietz also discusses how skilled labor shortages are affecting housing supply. Vice President of Communications Paul Lopez co-hosts.
In this week’s episode of Housing Developments, White House Deputy Communications Director Jessica Ditto joins hosts CEO Jerry Howard and Chief Lobbyist Jim Tobin to deliver breaking news on housing finance reform.
In the inaugural episode of Housing Developments, NAHB CEO Jerry Howard and NAHB Chief Lobbyist Jim Tobin discuss the International Builder’s Show in Las Vegas – including recaps of remarks by HUD Secretary Carson and leaders of the congressional Problem Solvers caucus – and the state of the 2020 primary field.
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