Commercial and residential real estate markets have been slow to recover from the financial crisis and the resulting recession. Industry analysts often suggest that negative equity has been one of the largest impediments to the housing recovery. In nonresidential markets, analysts cite such financial issues as the capital position of banks as persistent drags on the economy. The goal of this conference, sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Center for Real Estate Analytics, is to examine possible obstacles and solutions from several points of view, with an eye to policies that promote recovery in real estate markets.
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Conference Center, Third Floor
1000 Peachtree Street, N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30309
Please contact Deborah Abernathy-Smith for more information.