Let's connect before/after AEI event in NYC, Tuesday Nov 12

Here's a great opportunity to cross paths and talk housing derivatives.

AEI is reprising their 8th Annual Housing Conference in New York on Tuesday Nov 12 at the Park Central (870 7th Ave between 56th and 57th Streets) starting at 8:15 AM. The program includes a lunch (starting at noon). See agenda below. I will be attending and would be happy to arrange 1:1 visits with any participants looking for updates on the CME Case Shiller futures, my efforts in OTC home price index agreements, or other topics related to hedging home price risk, either the evening before, or, on Tuesday, at breakfast before the conference or after lunch.

The conference is free.  Please feel free to pass along this invite to others that you think might have interest.

To RSVP, please click here.

8:15 AM: Registration

8:45 AM: Welcoming Remarks,Ed Pinto

9:00 AM: Presentation 1: AEI Housing Market Indicators, Tobias Peter

Tobias will cover an extensive set of market metrics that are available online at the AEI website. Geographies include US, state, metro, and county level.

10:00 AM: Presentation 2: A Quarter Century of Mortgage Risk, Stephen Oliner

Steve will cover the results of analyzing loan-level-detail on 92 million purchase loans. All purchase loans acquired by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are in the study.  This is a must attend event for those interested in Credit Risk Transfers and credit risk generally.  He will also cover residential land value per acre estimates at the county, zip, and census tract levels for the United States.

11:00 AM: Presentation 3: Market Trends Report and Explaining Variability in House Price Appreciation, Ed Pinto

Ed will preview AEI's new Market Trends Report, which provide market metrics at the metro, county, zip code, and census tract level for over 110 million properties.  He will also present the Housing Center's latest research on explaining variability in house price appreciation by analyzing mortgage risk and walk-ability at the census tract level.

Noon: Lunch

For more information on the conference contact Edward J. Pinto Co-director, AEI Housing Center 240-423-2848, edward.pinto@aei.org

To arrange a time to meet with me, please contact me.

Thanks, John