Home Attainability Conference 2020
Aug 11, 2:00 PM
Online Event

Only one (1) registration per person is needed in order to access all four (4) sessions.

The conference consists of four Zoom sessions, with individual sessions ranging from 60-75 minutes. Each session features 1-2 subject matter experts providing a 40-minute presentation, followed by an opportunity for all attendees to actively engage in open discussion and Q+A.

 

SESSION DATES: (1) Tuesday 8/11 @ 2PM; (2) Thursday 8/13 @ 2PM; (3) Tuesday 8/18 @ 2PM; (4) Tuesday 8/25 @ 2PM

SPEAKERS

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JOHN HUNT

Principal

President

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DR. JOEY VON NESSEN

Research Economist

 
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ANDY WHITE

Developer and Builder

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Encore Holdings

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BURNIE MAYBANK

Tax and Economic Development Attorney

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

VIRTUAL SESSION #1

FRAMING THE BIGGER PICTURE: HOW HOUSING MATTERS

TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2020 @ 2:00PM ET

Dr. Joey von Nessen, RESH Marketing Consultants

Dr. Bryan Grady, SC Housing

An analysis on the state’s housing conditions was conducted in 2019 by SC Housing to help the Authority set its own policies. This overview of Volume 1 will define the dynamics of the SC’s growth to ensure development and preservation of housing that meets the state’s needs.

 

Session will discuss:

  • How and where decent housing is out of reach

  • Supply and demand for housing in local communities

  • Commute patterns for our state’s employment centers

  • How local government policies restrict housing choice

  • Discussion of housing’s impact on other policy outcomes

VIRTUAL SESSION #2

THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 2020 @ 2:00PM ET

THE COST OF BUILDING A HOME

Andy White, Developer and Builder

Burnie MaybankTax and Economic Development Attorney

Land represents a large share of the value of homes in much of the country and S.C, these rapidly rising land values are a key driver of recent home price increases—along with labor constraints, building materials costs, and regulatory barriers. Combined, these factors make it increasingly difficult for homebuilders to construct new modest-cost housing, which could accommodate the growing demand for starter homes by millennials aging into peak home buying years. Therefore, finding ways to slow the rise in land prices will be an important part of any effort to address the continued challenge of making housing attainable for more people.

Session will discuss:

  • Horizontal and Vertical Financing

  • Construction and Infrastructure Costs

  • Attraction: Developers + Spurring Growth

  • Tax Credits

VIRTUAL SESSION #3

TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 2020 @ 2:00PM ET

THE MISSING MIDDLE

John Hunt, MarketNsight

South Carolinians love having choices, but when it comes to where we live or how to get around, our choices can be limited. Exploring the “Missing Middle Housing” is primarily about the form and scale of these buildings, designed to provide more housing choices and to be more affordable than other new housing products currently being built. John Hunt will explore new trends to provide attainable housing.

VIRTUAL SESSION #4

TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 2020 @ 2:00PM ET

PANEL DISCUSSION: THE PATH FORWARD

How can our elected officials help?

 

A panel of experts led by a moderator will discuss the questions and comments unaddressed in the previous three sessions. The wrap-up will culminate an exchange of ideas and solutions to propose to the SC General Assembly, providing a roadmap for the future of home attainability in South Carolina.

 
COLLABORATIVE PARTNERS
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Charleston County

Planning

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South Carolina Housing Forum Collaborative Committee

Stevenson Adams, Jr.

Homebuilders Association of South Carolina

James Graves

Homebuilders Association of South Carolina

Owen McBride

SC Association of Counties

 

Rep. Marvin Pendarvis

SC Legislative Black Caucus

Alex James

Homebuilders Association of South Carolina

Nancy Lee

South Carolina Association of Habitat for Humanity

Andrea Melocik

Charleston County Planning

 

Daina Riley

SC Association of Counties

Rep. Jerry Govan

SC Legislative Black Caucus

Mary Grace Loveless

Capitol Consultants

 

Edward Mungo

Mungo Construction

 

Shell Suber

Manufactured Housing Institute of SC

Dr. Bryan Grady

SC State Housing Finance and Development Authority

Mark Nix

Homebuilders Association of South Carolina

Natasha Pauling

SC Association of Community Action Partnerships

Donald Wood

Manufactured Housing Institute of SC

 
 

CONTACT

Online registration is now open. Sponsorship opportunities are available by contacting

Mark Nix at Homebuilders Association of South Carolina via mnix@hbaofsc.com.

 

The conference consists of four virtual Zoom sessions, with individual sessions ranging from 60-75 minutes. Each session features 1-2 subject matter experts providing a 40-minute presentation, followed by an opportunity for all registered attendees to actively engage in open discussion and Q+A. All sessions will be held in August 2020; only one (1) registration per person is needed to access all four (4) sessions. 

 

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