Don’t miss these subscriber-only virtual events built just for you on the top news stories right now.
Because housing is too important for narrow perspectives and missed connections. Packed into this week, we’ll showcase the unique data and research, respected business journalism, and must-attend events that are specifically crafted for you, HousingWire subscribers.
What to expect this week:
- Subscriber-only virtual events: Register for one, and gain access to all four.
- Special giveaways: From event ticket upgrades to Logan Mohtashami cameos, win extra subscriber perks.
- Benefits: A run down on everything you need to maximize your subscription.
HousingWeek Top Voices Event Series
Jan 22-26, with virtual events starting at 1:00 p.m. CT
Day 1: Welcome to HousingWeek
Unique data is essential to crafting your 2024 playbook. From the Housing Market Tracker to exclusive charts, we’re kicking off the week with the data and research that allows you to enter the new year with The Full Picture…consistently. As Logan Mohtshami said in his forecast for the year, the darkside of annual housing predictions is that they get stale. Not at HousingWire, where we relook at the data each week.
Day 2: More data, less vibes [webinar]
Altos Research President and Founder Mike Simonsen will go through up-to-the-minute housing market data and point out the trends he’s seeing for 2024.
Day 3: A widespread LO comp practice that might be illegal [webinar]
HousingWire Editor in Chief Sarah Wheeler, Senior Reporter Flávia Furlan Nunes and Troy Garris, Co Managing Partner at Garris Horn, dive into the latest trending news story on loan officer compensation and how some LOs are manipulating lead sources by using pricing buckets, a practice that might be illegal according to the LO Comp rule.
The 2023 housing market faced one of the same roadblocks we saw in 2022: mortgage rates were too high for home sales growth. Now that we’re in 2024, the Federal Reserve’s rate hike cycle is over, HousingWire Lead Analyst Logan Mohtashami looks at the latest on the Spring 2024 housing market.
The recent landmark decision in the Sitzer/Burnett commission lawsuit trial included multi-billion dollar penalties for NAR and several big brokerages, spawning copycat lawsuits across the country. Many real estate leaders think their profession was unfairly maligned during the trial and that the lead plaintiff’s attorney, Michael Ketchmark, weaponized misconceptions about the real estate industry to get the verdict. This event is open to everyone, so invite your team to join.
Day 5: Subscriber-only Debate Debrief [webinar]
After listening to the commission lawsuit debate between Michael Ketchmark, a trial attorney at Ketchmark & McCreight and plaintiffs’ attorney in the Sitzer/Burnett case, and Anthony Lamacchia, CEO of Lamacchia Realty and an outspoken advocate for Realtors, join us for this subscriber-only debrief after the event. Lamacchia and Sarah Wheeler will share their thoughts on how the debate went and address attendee questions on the impact of the lawsuits.