Monday, February 06, 2012

PCA Economist Presents Residential Forecast at International Builders' Show

Traditionally one of the more conservative recovery voices at the International Builders' Show, Portland Cement Association (PCA) Chief Economist Edward Sullivan believes there is a "tinge" of optimism on the housing front – more so than in other building sectors.

As with the national economy, recovery of the housing market depends on a synchronized series of events including demand gains, job creation, sentiment gains, and an easing of lending standards. The entire circle of events must be spinning for sustained economic and construction growth in all markets, but especially the housing market.

Find out what this Chicago Federal Reserve-honored economist has to say about today's residential construction sector as well as when and where builders and homeowners can expect a recovery. Attend our press conference, Wednesday, February 8, 8 am, in the PCA Booth (#W2383) at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.

Sullivan will present an economic forecast regarding residential construction that includes immediate expectations and long-term trends.

To RSVP for the press conference, please contact Patti Flesher at or 847-972-9136.

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