“America’s Dysfunctional Housing Market” is coming to Steamboat Springs on Monday, Aug. 8, as professional Christopher Ptomey leads a presentation for the Seminars at Steamboat.
Ptomey is the manager director of the City Land Institute’s Terwilliger Heart for Housing, and he’ll be part of Seminars at Steamboat to debate the results of “America’s Dysfunctional Housing Market” on residential growth and housing affordability.
The Terwilliger Heart goals to offer “thought management” via intensive analysis and publications, native and nationwide conferences, and awards for modern and greatest practices.
The middle is a part of the City Land Institute’s efforts to leverage its nationwide networks and 42,000 members to advertise accountable land use, construct sustainable communities, and create efficient partnerships with personal and public sector group and leaders.
In further to his work with Terwilliger, Ptomey is a governing board member of the Nationwide Housing Convention. He has beforehand led the federal government relations and advocacy group at Habitat for Humanity Worldwide, served as federal liaison for the Texas Division of Housing and Neighborhood Affairs and spent 5 years as a senior legislative aide in Congress.
The seminar begins at 5:30 p.m. on the Strings Pavilion. Tickets are free to the group and will probably be out there on the pavilion starting at 4:45 p.m.
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