This mortgage conference is hosted by the New York Fed’s Regional and Community Outreach Team, the Research and Statistics Group and the Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government. The event is designed to discuss the volume of properties that have yet to work their way through the foreclosure pipeline and summarize the results of relevant research on the potential impacts of this flow on home prices, families and neighborhoods, and the fiscal condition of state and local governments. Additionally, the conference will seek to examine the relative effectiveness of various policies aimed at preventing foreclosures. The analysis and insight shared during the panel discussions will help inform policymakers, researchers and various relevant community and non-profit groups.
Date and Time
Lunch will be served at 12.30 p.m.