The National Housing Conference and the National Association of REALTORS® are partnering on a new series of three Bring Workers Home regional policy forums to highlight innovative workforce housing strategies from around the country. These forums will take place throughout 2011 in Boston, MA; Washington, D.C.; and Portland, OR.
Bring Workers Home will explore a core set of issues, including:
The Bring Workers Home forum series is designed to attract a wide range of attendees, including employers and HR professionals, REALTORS®, urban and regional planners, housing and community development leaders, local elected and appointed officials, state HFA representatives, and others.
Registration is avaiable now on each respective regional forum page in the navigation above. Follow the navigation links above to learn more about each event.
Special Training Opportunity
Following the regional forums in Boston and Portland, NAR will offer their new Employer-Assisted Housing Class. This class is designed to help REALTORS® and other stakeholders work with employers so that their employees can purchase a home through the assistance of a REALTOR®, non-profit organization and/or lender.
Information on reserving discount hotel accommodations is also available on each regional forum website.
Bring Workers Home 2009 and 2010
The 2011 forums are designed to build on the success of a series of regional policy forums launched in 2009 by NAR and NHC. Visit our 2010 and 2009 Regional Forums pages to access agendas, presentations, and other resources from previous events.
Contact Emily Salomon, research associate at the Center for Housing Policy, at email@example.com or 202-466-2121 ext 239.