March Membership Luncheon
Data suggests that depending where you are in King County that your employees will need to make $80-$100 an hour to afford a mid-priced home in our area. Therefore, our workforce is unable to afford to live and work in the same town. What does that mean for you as an employer and how is this creating opportunity in the South end?
Is the housing and condo crisis fixable?
The dynamics of the housing market for everyone should be at top of mind. Find out what is being done in Olympia to fix this problem as we move beyond the headlines and get real about housing in our area. Find out what is causing the crisis and what are we doing to fix it?
This presentation will be ripped from the headlines as data from the MLS will be released the day before. Our speaker will incorporate Kent specific data into the presentation that is less that 24 hours old.
Our Speaker: Sam Pace works on advocacy on quality of life issues involving housing, economic vitality, schools, public safety, land use, comprehensive planning, real estate and development regulations, takings, municipal finance, real estate signage, regulatory reform and environmental initiatives.
The Luncheon is sponsored by: KSC Freight, Inc. and hosted by: Golden Steer Steak n' Rib House