Housing Trends Update—October 2012

Housing prices for existing single-family homes rose slightly in August, while new home prices jumped to a level not seen since the 2007 peak, this according to the October release of the ULI Real Estate Business Barometer­—a monthly online resource that tracks key economic and financial trends, published by the ULI Center for Capital Markets and Real Estate. …
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Housing in America: The Baby Boomers Turn 65

Housing in America 2012

Three generations of Americans are now older than 65: the Greatest Generation (who are 85 years old and older), the Silent Generation (who are between the ages of 68 and 84), and the Leading Edge Boomers (who are now turning 65). An analysis of the coming shifts in the housing markets for seniors, this report reviews the current demographics of those aged 65 and older and examines how the statistics will change in the coming decade. …
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Coming to Denver? Join the Terwilliger Center for Lunch

The ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing is hosting a luncheon with roundtable discussions on a variety of housing issues during Fall Meeting on Thursday, October 18 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Table discussions will be hosted by ULI staff as well as partner organizations with conversations covering a wide variety of subjects, including: rethinking inclusionary housing, reducing the cost of developing affordable housing, developing a common narrative for community development, and making better use of housing data….
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ULI Fall Meeting 2012: Spotlight on Housing

The ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing invites you to join us in Denver this October 16-19 for the ULI Fall Meeting which will mark the culmination of ULI’s 75th anniversary. The theme of the 2012 Fall Meeting—“What’s Next”—focuses on an industry fully engaged with larger issues of economic and political consequence—global finance, innovation, the national elections, to name a few….
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Housing Trends Update—September 2012

The housing market continues on its slow road to recovery, according to the September release of the ULI Real Estate Business Barometer­—a monthly online resource that tracks key economic and financial trends, published by the ULI Center for Capital Markets and Real Estate. Each month, the Terwilliger Center highlights selected data housing trends from the Barometer. …
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Don’t Miss the Bring Workers Home Forum on October 10th

As the nation continues to seek solutions to the housing crisis facing our country, the need to help working families live in an affordable home near their workplace is more important than ever. Please join the National Association of REALTORS® on Wednesday, October 10, 2012 at the historic Congress Plaza Hotel in Chicago, Illinois for the Bring Workers Home: 2012 Workforce Housing Forum….
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Support the Terwilliger Center!

The ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing welcomes the support of ULI members and other individuals, corporations, and foundations. With this support, the Center can expand its cutting-edge research, publications, and education programs to better promote housing opportunity and share best practices. For more information on supporting the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing, contact David Howard at david.howard@uli.org….
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Priced Out: Persistence of the Workforce Housing Gap in the Washington, D.C., Metro Area

Priced Out: Washington DC Metro

Despite recent shifts in the regional housing market, land values and home prices in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area remain unattainable for a large potion of workforce households. While the metro area as a whole experienced an increase in affordability over the past few years, this study finds the workforce households-those with incomes 60 to 100 percent of the area median income (AMI)—are priced out of rental and for-sale housing proximate to major employment centers.

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