Registration Now Open For Conference on Housing and Economic Development Oct 6-7 at Boise Centre

One of the most well-attended housing conferences in the Northwest, this event draws hundreds of professionals in the housing and economic development sectors

Aug 19, 2015, 13:40 ET from Idaho Housing and Finance Association

BOISE, Idaho, Aug. 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Registration is now open for the 2015 Conference on Housing and Economic Development to be held at the Boise Centre October 6-7.

The conference draws hundreds of professionals from all corners of the housing and economic development sectors, including mortgage finance, construction, single-family and multifamily housing, senior housing, nonprofits and government, and affordable housing.

Organized by Idaho Housing and Finance Association, the conference will provide an opportunity for attendees to discuss relevant and timely topics with industry influencers.

Gerald M. Hunter, President of IHFA, says that the housing conference will examine issues critical to the region's future.

"We want to focus attention on how nationally-relevant topics being discussed in housing and economic development circles will impact communities in Idaho," he said. "Topics like millennials becoming homebuyers, smart homes, and senior housing are just a few of the issues that will have tremendous impact on businesses, nonprofits, and public agencies."

The keynote speakers, nationally recognized from appearances on CBS, CNN, NBC, and more, will address trends in housing and economic development.

Daniel Burrus, a futurist on global trends and innovation and best-selling author, will present a keynote speech on smart homes and cities.

Charlie Cook, national political analyst, editor and publisher of "The Cook Political Report" and political contributor to CBS, CNN and NBC News, will speak about the political climate and what it might mean for the housing industry.

Rebecca Ryan, a thought leader, economist and author, will inspire attendees to think differently about attracting the next generation to their communities.

In addition to the keynotes, the workshops will focus on important topics such as attracting business to the state, homelessness and housing, smart homes and cities, TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID), Fair Housing, tiny homes, lending and more.

General Admission for early registration (received by September 15) is $185 per person for non-profits and $235 per person for others.

Prospective attendees can learn more about sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities, view a complete agenda, and register for the 2015 Conference on Housing and Economic Development at www.2015HousingConf.com.  

 

SOURCE Idaho Housing and Finance Association



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