WEBINAR: New and Updated Home Market Update! - NHS Pro
Instructor:  New Home Source Pro
Rworld Campus via MyRealtorDash

Interest rates and lack of supply are affecting new construction leading to questions from agents and their buyers. 
Join us for an update on what’s new with new construction including:
 - How can new homes help real estate professionals meet the need for more inventory?
 - How can you manage buyer expectations at a time of increasing interest rates?
 - Are builders slowing down to align contracts with production capacity? 
 - What markets are most impacted by the strain of labor shortages and supply chain delays?
 - When do builders expect to have more new homes and communities available?
 - What changes have builders made to improve the new home shopping experience for you and your clients?
Join Jay McKenzie and the New Home Source Professional Agent Outreach Team for this insightful webinar. We’ll share actionable insights into homebuyer needs, attitudes and behavior from our Home Shopper Insights Survey of more than 8,135 current home shoppers and recent buyers in 43 top housing markets – and our ground-breaking New Home Buyer Journey research.

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