Granite State’s Housing Market And Economic Development Focus Of Conference November 8

November 1, 2017

With a healthy economy and low unemployment, New Hampshire is thriving on many fronts. Its housing market, however, can be challenging for many renters and homebuyers. Ways to address the Granite State’s affordable housing and economic development needs is the focus of New Hampshire Housing’s annual fall conference on Wednesday, November 8th at the Radisson Hotel Manchester Downtown from 8 AM – 12:30 PM.

Nationally known economist Elliot Eisenberg will talk about the U.S. and New Hampshire economies, housing trends, and the impact government regulations have on housing development.

Also presenting will be Manchester Connects consultant and city planner Susan Silberberg of Civic Moxie, who will offer case studies from New England communities working through housing and development concerns.

Dean Christon, executive director of New Hampshire Housing, will provide an overview of the state’s housing market. And, a group of panelists will discuss zoning and housing opportunities in the state: Theresa Kennett of the Mt. Washington Valley Housing Coalition, Kevin Lacasse of New England Family Housing, Londonderry Town Administrator Kevin Smith, and Ken Viscarello, Esq., of Sheehan Phinney.

Register for this event at NHHFA/events or by calling Samantha Smiley at 603-310-9275.

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