As senior economist, director of forecasting at National Association of Realtors, Nadia Evangelou produces creative and innovative research that sheds light on the impact of various socio-economic and demographic factors on the housing market. She has a knack for conceptualizing novel solutions and improving upon conventional ways of showcasing data that can help members to better understand the market.
Evangelou works hard to make NAR a success and appears regularly on major news outlets. She also has provided feedback to the U.S. Census Bureau about the use of the American Community Survey data. Evangelou recently published a study about the impact of “Double Trouble” on the housing market. Specifically, the report took a deep dive on how record high home prices and record low inventory affect homebuyers at the local level. Her work has been used by policymakers in their efforts to provide solutions to help more people to become homeowners and is also sought by academics such as Harvard Joint Center for Housing, who rely on Evangelou’s analysis to assemble the State of the Nation’s Housing report.
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