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accelerating innovation in housing and addressing change head on.

Attainable housing is a huge challenge – and opportunity – in the U.S.

Over the next five years, the opportunity to provide new, attainable housing for middle income households is about 1 million homes per year. At the same time, there are a number of significant challenges that are keeping us from producing at the volume necessary and at the price points people can bear, including land prices, regulatory burdens, labor shortages and productivity issues.

We cannot continue to do things the way we do them today and get the results we need. To thrive as an industry, it's time for new thinking, new relationships and new solutions. 

This is where the Housing Innovation Alliance comes in.

"All of us are smarter than any one of us."

Smart People. Forward-Thinking Companies.

Leverage the best and brightest minds to generate collaborative insights and actionable solutions.

Pursuing the Affordable American Dream.

Create a roadmap to ensure high-quality, high-value housing is attainable for everyone.

Creating a Vision for the Future of Housing.

Explore where the industry’s headed in the next 3-5 years and don’t get left behind.

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We believe that the best ideas come from collaboration. Connect with us to learn how.

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Join Mollie Carmichael of Meyers Research, Betsy Scott of the Housing Innovation Alliance and four of the nation’s top architects, as we collaborate…

Program Development Call: Attainable Housing Roadmap

Join us for this call to impact what elements we include in our roadmap.

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A leading Lean consultant and the provider of a prefabricated framing system look at what builders need to do to…

Clark Ellis of Continuum Advisory Group and Scott Reichensburger of MiTek talk about the opportunities and challenges of implementing Building…

Longtime homebuilder and Alliance Chair, George Casey, moves around the room asking attendees for the most important thing they learned…

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