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Meyers Research Presents Housing Outlook To Benefit HomeAid America Apr 18 2018

As HomeAid moves into its 29th year,  Meyers Research will be holding our 5th annual “ Housing Outlook to Benefit HomeAid America.  This event, called  "A Look to the Future,”  will be from 7:30 am – 11:00 am on Wednesday, April 18th, at the Pacific Club in Newport Beach, CA.

As with other Meyers--HomeAid events, all the proceeds will benefit HomeAid America. By sponsoring this prestigious event, your company will reach many top leaders in the building industry and, at the same time, join HomeAid in its efforts to end homelessness for the less-fortunate in our community.

The Keynote speaker for this event will be Robert Kleinhenz, Economist and Executive Director of Research at Beacon Economics.

There will also be an elite Builder Industry Leader panel that will include Bert Selva, CEO of Shea Homes, Jim Boyd, Regional President of Toll Brothers, Emile Haddad, Chairman and CEO of FivePoints Communities, and Jeff Roos, Regional President at Lennar Homes. 

To purchase tickets go to:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2018-meyers-housing-market-outlook-tickets-41971886041






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