Discussion on US Housing Markets with Wharton Real Estate Professor Susan Wachter & Georgetown Law Professor Adam Levitin


Date and Time
Wednesday, January 27, 2021
7:00pm— 8:00pm
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Mary Gillach Alfred Rossi Linda Rasch-Colleran Sundar Balu Jay Doubman Doug Gribbel Medha Bankhwal Demetrios Salpaglou Jim O'Leary Christopher Crawford Solomon Eskinazi Richard Whyte Barbara Klinga Brian Harris Jennifer Ritz Joseph Cooper Robert Schildkraut Craig Schorr joan carpenter Bradford Butt Andrew Falkenstein Ramesh Gupta Alan Leifer Alan Goldstein Huy Thach Pham Stacy Humphrey Mark Fraga Phillip Bakalchuk Wei Zhang Priscilla Matos Dave Balekdjian Sachin Patel Terence Cooke Nilesh Bhandari Jon Taylor Emilie Esposito David Kohen Michael Lindgren Catherine Kennedy Kenneth Davis Joseph Finn Brian Conway Omar Blayton Abishek Sampath Elyse Marsh Pauline Jennett Daniel O'Connell Massimo Taurisano
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Please join the Wharton Club of Boston on January 27th, 2021 at 7pm as we discuss the current and future state of the U.S. housing market with Wharton Professor Susan Wachter and Georgetown Law Professor Adam Levitin, co-authors of The Great American Housing Bubble.

Since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic, we have seen home prices appreciate at a remarkable pace, particularly in the suburbs. In our conversation with Professors Wachter and Levitin we’ll dive into why this occurred, and whether demographic and macroeconomic trends will be supportive of continued appreciation once the pandemic ends. We’ll also review the current state of the housing finance industry and learn what risks may still lie in the mortgage market today.

There's no cost to attend this event but you must RSVP in advance.

About our Speakers:
Susan M. Wachter, University of Pennsylvania - Wharton School, Department of Real Estate
Co-director, Penn Institute for Urban Research (Penn IUR) and Albert Sussman Professor of Real Estate

Adam Levitin, Georgetown University Law
Anne Fleming Research Professor; Professor of Law


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