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Finding Shelter: Affordability Squeeze in a Tight Texas Housing Market

The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University are sponsoring a one-day conference called Finding Shelter: Affordability Squeeze in a Tight Texas Housing Market.

During the event, industry experts will discuss current trends, the outlook for the U.S. and Texas residential real estate markets, and whether market fundamentals support unprecedented home price increases.

Among the speakers are:

— Joseph S. Tracy, Executive Vice President and Senior Advisor to the President, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

— John Duca, Vice President and Associate Director of Research, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

— James P. Gaines, Chief Economist, Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University

— Enrique Martínez-García, Senior Research Economist and Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

— David Long, President, Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation

— Paul Lynn, Senior Managing Director, Hilco Real Estate

— Jeff Smith, Executive Director, Houston Housing Finance Corporation

— Greg Willett, Chief Economist, Real Page Inc.

— Granger MacDonald, Chairman, National Association of Home Builders

— John Baen, Real Estate Professor, University of North Texas

— David Brown, Senior Vice President, Metrostudy

— Luis Torres, Research Economist, Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University

— Gary Maler, Director, Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University

The conference will take place Friday, Feb. 23 at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, located at 2200 N. Pearl Street in Dallas. Lunch will be included and the sessions are as titled, Overview of Economy and Housing Markets; Housing Construction Supply and Financing; and Are Homes Overvalued in Texas.

For more information, please contact Sharon Wallace at sharon.wallace@dal.frb.org.

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