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2004 Mid-Year Meeting

Traditionally, the AREUEA Mid-Year Conference has been known as the “policy meeting” however, starting with the 2009 conference the AREUEA Board of Directors expanded the scope of the conference to go beyond housing and policy topics to include urban economics, commercial real estate investment, finance and the securitization of real estate assets and liabilities. The goal of the expansion is to provide more participation opportunities beyond the Annual Conference in which AREUEA members can present their research in a rigorous and engaging scholarly environment.

The conference is held in Washington DC over a two day period typically the first week of June. The sessions are informative and ample time is provided to allow for intense discussion among the presenters and session participants. Policy makers, academics, and real estate practitioners from all over the country have come to rely on the leading research and vigorous discussions that are a Mid-Year tradition.

For information about previous Mid-Year Meeting conferences, please see the conference archive section.

General Conference Information
The 32nd annual Mid-Year Meeting will be held June 1-2, 2004. The conference is being graciously hosted by the National Association of Home Builders and will be held at the NAHB headquarters which is located at 1201 15th Street NW, Washington, DC. Information regarding the conference will be posted as it becomes available.
For more information, contact our Mid-Year Meeting Chair: David Crowe


Housing & Finance Policy


National Association of Home Builders


1201 15th Street, NW


Washington, DC 20005


Phone: (202) 266-8383
FAX: (202) 266-8426


dcrowe@nahb.com


Conference Announcements


Program and Session Schedule

Please click on the following link to preview the sessions schedule and to view/download papers that are available.

For more information, please download the PDF version of this announcement.



Hotel Information

The following hotels are within close proximity of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).

 
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