Come learn “What the Future Holds for Housing” at the the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association’s (GAHBA) February meeting, featuring guest speaker Dr. David Crowe. The event will take place on Thursday, February 19 at Maggiano’s in Cumberland.

    Guest speaker Dr. David Crowe will be discussing the state of the homebuilding industry and how these economic conditions will impact the future of country, our state and the metro Atlanta area. Dr. Crowe is the chief economist and senior vice president for the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and is known for creating an innovative model to estimate the economic impact of new home construction. He  is responsible for NAHB’s forecast of housing and economic trends, survey research and analysis, consumer preferences and analysis of government policies that impact the homebuilding industry. He is frequently interviewed by major media outlets including Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Fox, CNN and many others.

    Registration will begin at 11:30 a.m. followed by lunch and the program from noon until 1:30 p.m. The cost is $20 for builders, $30 for associates and $40 for non-members. To avoid the $15 walk-in fee, please pre-register here.

    The event will be held at Maggiano’s in Cumberland, located at 1601 Cumberland Mall SE, Suite 200 in Atlanta. For questions or more information, email Monica Saunders at

    The GAHBA is comprised of 950 members and is the sixth largest local home builders association in the country. The organization is a nonprofit association affiliated with the NAHB and the Home Builders Association of Georgia. Through upholding the homebuilding industry as an economic force, the HBA is committed to supporting, defending and conserving home ownership in the Atlanta area. The HBA has an official charity partnership with HomeAid Atlanta, a nonprofit organization dedicated to building and renovating temporary housing for homeless men, women and children in metro Atlanta.

    To learn more about the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, visit the GAHBA website.

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