HSUG-West at UC/Berkeley on Sept 25, 2003

HSUG-West at UC/Berkeley on Sept 25, 2003

Dept of City and Regional Planning/UC Berkeley

Come to UC Berkeley on September 25th for the first west coast meeting of the Housing Statistics Users Group–HSUG-West! (HSUG is Housing Statistics Users Group.) Federal data experts will present the latest developments in the American Housing Survey, the U.S. Census (those pesky new metro definitions), the new CHAS data, construction start and housing vacancy surveys, market absorption data, the Residential Finance Survey, Home Mortgage Disclosure Act data, Assisted Housing Tenant Data, and the American Community Survey. State and regional data sources will also be discussed.

You should attend HSUG-West if you are a housing researcher in local or state government, an academic or researcher with an interest in housing, or an economist in the housing finance industry. HSUG-West is sponsored by the the Fannie Mae Foundation; the Department of City & Regional Planning, the Institute for Urban and Regional Development, and the Berkeley Program on Housing and the Urban Economy (all at UC Berkeley); and KnowledgePlex. Attendance is free, but space is limited. The meeting will take place in Room 106 Wurster Hall on the UC campus from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

For details see http://www.urbanpolicy.berkeley.edu/hsugwest or contact Vicki Elmer at [email protected] or John Landis at [email protected].

Related Link: http://urbanpolicy.berkeley.edu/hsugwest.htm

For more information contact:

Vicki Elmer
Dept of City and Regional Planning/UC Berkeley
228 Wurster Hall--MC 1850
California 94720-1850

Phone: (510) 642-3256
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.urbanpolicy.berkeley.edu/hsugwest.htm

Posted September 2, 2003

Planetizen Courses logo

Planetizen Courses: Online Training in Urban Planning

Access more than 250 urban planning courses on your computer, phone, or tablet. Learn today, plan for tomorrow.

View Courses

Edmonton, Canada

Planetizen AICP Exam Prep Class logo

Planetizen AICP* Exam Prep Class

90% of students who took our class passed the exam and became AICP* certified.

View Class

image of laptop and class instructor Jeff Levine