Laurie Goodman on what’s ahead for US housing after the boom
The founder of the Housing Finance Policy Center at the Urban Institute shares views on what happened to housing markets during the pandemic and what’s ahead informed by her unique experiences and deep research into a range of key topics such as affordability, demographics, and potential policy responses.
- Introduction by Darrell Wheeler, Vice President-Senior Credit Officer, CMBS, Moody's Investors Service
Single-Family and Multifamily Market Trends and Expectations
A discussion on some of the key data, trends, and dynamics in the home and apartment markets and how much cooling off should be expected after unprecedented periods of strength in both, as well as where the most weakening or continued strength may be found.
What trends for housing and housing finance businesses suggest about what’s next?
We take a look at some of the most exposed sectors with our rating analysts, with a focus on the fallout from weakening affordability for home buyers, urban-to-suburban population movement, higher borrowing costs, and a decade of subdued building.
meet & greet with Moody's analysts and economists.
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