Join the Live Chat with Robert Shiller and David Blitzer at 9:30am est tomorrow

Join us tomorrow, Tuesday, July 26th, 9:30am est for a Live Chat about the Housing Market with Robert Shiller & David Blitzer.

HousingViews is hosting a live chat with David Blitzer and Robert Shiller tomorrow morning, starting at 9:30am est.  Submit questions today to this post or tomorrow during the live chat.  We will also be accepting questions via Twitter using hashtag #spcs.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to have S&P’s David Blitzer, Chairman of the Index Committee and Robert Shiller, Arthur M. Okun Professor of Economics, Yale University, Co-Founder of S&P/Case-Shiller Home Prices Indices, available to answer your questions on the housing market.

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  1. Mark Morgan says:

    I cannot find the method to connect to the 9:30EDT chat.

    My question is: What are the supply and demand components driving the current house price data? In other words, is demand still continuing to creep up, albeit slowly, or has demand flattened or turned down? On the other hand, do distressed sellers such as banks, continue to dump housing inventory onto the market or have other sources of housing ‘supply’ also continued to increase? What are the outlooks for the supply and demand components that invevitably drive market prices. I am particularly interested in the Chicago market. Thanks!

    • Alice Cherry says:

      Hi Mark,

      You can follow the live chat on HousingViews – staring soon. Thank you for your question.

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