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The third summit, held virtually on Nov. 17, 2021, opened with a presentation on "The 2021 State of Housing in Charlotte Report" by Dr. Yongqiang Chu, director of the Childress Klein Center for Real Estate, and was followed by an industry panel discussion followed.
"The 2021 State of Housing in Charlotte Report," which was released during the summit, includes a comprehensive inventory of the current housing stock, an analysis of housing affordability across all income levels, and a high-level comparison of the Charlotte regional housing market. Part of a multi-year CKCRE research project first announced in 2019, the report provides a comprehensive look at owner-occupied, rental and subsidized housing in the eight-county Charlotte region: Mecklenburg, Cabarrus, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln and Union counties in North Carolina, and Lancaster and York counties in South Carolina.
The second annual State of Charlotte Housing Summit was presented on 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 July 23, 2020.
This presentation included a detailed analysis of the COVID-19's impact on the region's single-family housing market.