Housing and Real Estate Trends in the Triangle – Aligning Supply, Demand, and Affordability
Join the Triangle District Council of the Urban Land Institute, on November 8th for its annual real estate trends and forecast meeting, featuring insights from leading experts both nationally and locally. The event will feature a presentation on the Emerging Trends in Real Estate® 2019 report – a publication from PwC and ULI – as well as a session on the outlook for Triangle area real estate. Following the local panel join the conversations on aligning supply, demand & affordability in the Triangle.
The Triangle region, like many growing communities across the US, is challenged by aligning housing supply and demand. This challenge is made even more complex when trying to include affordability in the equation. Solving a challenge like this is far from simple, and how we as a community address it will greatly impact the future health and vitality of our region. The goal will be to raise awareness and provide best practice recommendations that reflect the residential land use and development priorities across all residential product types specific housing topics that are relevant to our region.
Sessions and Panel Conversations
7:30 – 8:30 am Registration and Networking
8:30 to 9:00 am Welcome & Opening Remarks (Andy Holland, Carman Liuzzo, TJ Barringer)
9:00 to 10:15 am ULI Americas Trends report presentation Andy Warren, (PwC)Local Panel: Audie Barefoot (Fonville Morisey Barefoot), David Ravin (Northwood Ravin), Skip Hill (Highwoods), Chris Widmayer (Regency Centers)
10:30 – 11:45 am Triangle Housing Market Continuum Presenters: Philip Kash (HR&A), Bill King (DRA)
Review of housing terminology and definitions. Continuum of triangle housing market dynamics & economics – supply, demand, rents, income, geography, and other factors.
11:45 -12:30 pm Break & Lunch
12:30 to 1:30 pm National Perspective Dr. George “Mac” McCarthy (Lincoln Institute of Land Policy)
McCarthy, of Lincoln Institute of Land Policy in Cambridge, will bring perspectives on improving quality of life through the effective use, taxation, and stewardship of land. He will be joined by Tom Murphy, ULI Senior Resident Fellow, for a fireside chat regarding these issues.
1:45 to 2:45 pm Economics of Delivering New Housing Panel: Alex Cathcart (FCP), Erica Leatham (MI Homes), Tim Morgan (Evergreen)
Education and discussion (led by Philip Kash) on fundamentals and financial drivers of delivering new housing supply. Exploration of market forces that affect costs, rents, and supply levels.
3:00 to 4:30 pm Tools to Make Housing More Affordable Panel: Robin Currin (City of Raleigh), Pat Young (City of Durham), Loryn Clark (Town of Chapel Hill), Natalie Britt (DHIC)
Local case studies highlight various creative usage of tools that can help deliver affordable housing to triangle communities. Discussion regarding this local “toolkit” – and other options worth exploring.
4:15 – 4:30 pm Closing Comments (TJ Barringer)
4:30 – 5:30 pm Networking and Cocktail Reception
Open to members and non-members. Breakfast, Lunch and Networking Reception included in registration. Space is limited. Please register by November 6.
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