With the goal of documenting regional real estate marketplace events and trends, the Childress Klein Center for Real Estate developed the Housing Summit Series, based upon the State of Housing in Charlotte research report. The report is a comprehensive analysis of the current state of the housing markets in the Charlotte region, as well as an overview of the recent trends in that market.
CKCRE is establishing a community environment where public policy, and its impact, can be more fully examined and positive outcomes can be accelerated. Through research and presenting these facts in a very community-centric methodology, CKCRE is currently encouraging and enabling more informed decision making in the marketplace.
The second annual State of Charlotte Housing Summit took place on Thursday, October 29, 2020.
This virtual event addressed the analysis of the State of Housing in Charlotte report and include a comprehensive inventory of the current housing stock, an analysis of housing affordability across all income levels and a higher-level comparison of the Charlotte regional housing market.
A virtual update on the state of housing in the Charlotte-metro area was held on Thursday, July 23, 2020.
This presentation included a detailed analysis of the COVID-19 effect on the city's single-family housing market.