Member Appreciation Week Kick-off: America Moves…When the Pressure Cooker Dings

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162
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No Charge
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No Charge
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Date
Monday, Dec 07, 2020
Time
10:00AM - 11:30AM
Location
Virtual session Via
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America Moves…When the Pressure Cooker Dings

America is now in a pressure cooker when it comes to our home lives, our work lives, and trying to stay healthy.

 

Please join us virtually at 10AM on Monday, December 7th for a presentation by Dr. Jessica Lautz, VP of Demographics and Behavioral Insights for NAR. Dr. Lautz will provide an economic and demographic overview of the changing housing landscape and the new relationship we have with our homes. The real estate industry has quickly pivoted to adopt safe practices during the Covid-19 health crisis and most REALTORS® are saying the market is hotter than normal. But at the same time, buyers and sellers have changed what they want in a home, and how they use their home, how they search for a new home, and the relationship to the agent.

 

Monday, December 7th | 10AM

​Zoom Invite will be sent via email upon registration

 

Each attendee will be entered into the GAR Member Appreciation Week raffle for a chance to win one of many giveaways including: 

  • One of 5 Copies: 'Classic Greenwich Houses' by and courtesy of Charles Hilton Architects 
  • Kitchen Design Services (valued at $3500) courtesy of AmazingSpaces, LLC 
  • One of 2: 12-inch MacBooks
  • One of 5: $100 Amazon Gift Cards 
  • One of 5: $100 Starbucks Gift Cards

 

We hope to see you there!

 

 

About the speaker: Dr. Jessica Lautz is Vice President of Demographics and Behavioral Insights at the National Association of REALTORS®. The core of her research focuses on analyzing trends for both NAR members and housing consumers. Through management of surveys, focus groups and data analysis, she presents new and innovative ways to showcase results. Jessica discusses research findings in major media outlets and international presentations. Jessica received her Doctorate of Real Estate from Nottingham Trent University in the U.K. She also has a Master’s in Public Policy from American University and undergraduate degrees in Political Science and Law and Justice from Central Washington University.