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One More Week Until the 47th Annual Economic Outlook Seminars! Nine Cities Tuesday, January 25 – Wednesday, March 16

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Only One More Week Until the Economic Outlook Seminar!
Proudly Presenting Half-Day Seminars to Nine Cities
Tuesday, January 25 – Wednesday, March 16
Are You Registered Yet?
Things that can’t go on forever usually don’t. But if you are millennial waiting for housing prices to crash so you can buy a home, you might have a long wait. The notion that today’s housing price situation is a bubble waiting to break is belied by the fact that housing prices have increased faster than median income almost anywhere for more than 20 years – that includes most places in Montana.
So where is housing going? It’s a critical question being faced by communities everywhere as sky-high housing costs have affected everything from labor markets to public services. That’s why we’ve returned to a focus on housing as a theme for the 2022 Economic Outlook Seminar – to try to understand where we are going and what action steps we can take to get to a better place.
Join us for the 47th Annual Economic Outlook Seminar,”Where Housing is Headed: How Will Today’s Imbalances Be Resolved?” where Montana’s top economists – and local experts – will discuss the many influences driving housing markets and an outlook on where hosing is headed.
Don’t miss this informative in-person economic outlook event!
Why Attend?
BBER economists will present national, state and local economic forecasts for Montana’s largest communities and industry experts will give their outlook for the state’s important sectors, including tourism, health care, real estate and housing, agriculture, manufacturing, high-tech and forest products. speakers e.
Where Can I Attend?
EOS 2022 will travel to nine cities across the state and provide a live webcast for other regions. This year we will offer in-person events in Great Falls, Helena, Missoula, Billings, Bozeman, Butte, Kalispell, Lewistown and Havre.
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The Bureau of Business and Economic Research has been providing information about Montana’s state and local economies for more than 70 years. Located at the University of Montana, the bureau is the research and public service branch of the College of Business.

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