REALTOR® University Speaker Series

Don’t miss this week’s REALTOR® University session on ‘Dynamic Scoring’ presented by Thomas A. Barthold on Friday, November 6th.

The REALTOR® University Speaker Series is a platform for noted economists, demographers, and social scientists to share views on real estate and economic topics of interest to REALTORS® and others involved with residential and commercial real estate and related professions.

This week’s speaker is Thomas A. Barthold, chief of staff for the Joint Committee on Taxation, who will discuss Dynamic Scoring: Methodology, Issues, and Implications on Tax Legislation on Friday, November 6th. Registration for the luncheon presentation is requested and can be completed here.

Presentations, including this week’s, are generally held at the National Association of Realtors® Washington, DC office at 12:00 p.m. ET. These presentations are open to the public and a light lunch is available.

A complimentary webinar session is available to guests who cannot attend in-person. Register here for the webinar on Dynamic Scoring.

Attendees will find information on a diverse selection of real estate topics. These sessions can appeal to a variety of audiences:

  • REALTOR® University students enhancing their capabilities
  • State and local associations for staff or member training
  • Brokerages providing education to participating staff
  • University classes on real estate
  • Members of the general public

Videos from past Realtor® University Speaker Series events are available here and written summaries of the events can be found on the Economists’ Outlook blog here.

We hope that you will attend in person or engage with us online using the hashtag #RULectures. Upcoming Realtor® University Speaker Series events can be found here.

Danielle Hale, Director of Housing Statistics

As a Research Economist at NAR, Danielle studies tax issues, the wealth impact of home ownership, and different measures of home prices.

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