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Conference to Discuss Baby Boomers Housing Trends

Category: Baby Boomer Retirement Issues

bolton_ma_retirementYou know you are a force when industry experts call a conference to discuss how to best serve your needs. The National Association of Home Builders is hosting a conference in Philadelphia (April 27-29), “Building for Boomers & Beyond: 50+ Housing Symposium”.

The conference will bring together builders and a host of experts to discuss how to best meet baby boomer needs as this huge group gets ready for retirement living. Keynote speakers include Mark Zandi, Chief Economist & Co-Founder, Moody’s Economy.com; and Dave Crowe, NAHB Chief Economist.  Some of the planned sessions include a bus tour of active adult communities in Philadelphia’s northern suburbs. There will be a case study on Chatfield Farms: Redefining a 55+ Lifestyle Community.

Your Topretirements editor will be attending the conference to try to glean some insight into what might be coming up for baby boomer housing. Some of the sessions we are interested in attending include “Developing Active Adult Communities: A New Model for the Baby Boom Generation” and ” Boomers in the City: Designing for an Urban Lifestyle”.

For more information on the conference go to the NAHB.  Stay tuned for our report in the coming weeks.

See also: “Top 10 Trends in Active Adult Community Trends – 2009

Posted by Admin on April 20th, 2009

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  1. As some who worked for The McKee Group (the pioneer in 55+ housing) we have been marketing to these baby boomers for years.This sounds like a great venue!

    by Leann — April 21, 2009

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