Media Appearances

Elliot is frequently a guest on national and local media, including NPR. Check out some of the interviews and mentions below:

It’s a “Wreck”

Elliot spoke to the Fredericksburg (Virginia) Area Association of Realtors and the Fredericksburg Area Builders Association on March 6, 2019. See the write-up in the Free Lance-Star:

2018 New Mexico
Housing Summit – Albuquerque

Elliot was the keynote speaker at the 2018 New Mexico Housing Summit sponsored by the New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority in Albuquerque on September 12, 2018. Listen to the podcast interview Elliot did with Santa Fe radio before:

And read coverage of his presentation that was in the Albuquerque Journal the next day:

Elliot Eisenberg and Shift Research Lab Present the Economic Impact of Affordable Housing Report

On August 6th, Denver’s Urban Land Conservancy welcomed world-renowned economist Elliot Eisenberg and Jennifer Newcomer, Principal – Research at Shift Research Lab, to present the findings of a recent study to understand the economic impact of building and rehabbing affordable housing at transit-oriented developments (TODs) in metro Denver in 2017.

Elliot on NPR’s
Marketplace, 7/25/18

Elliot visits with Nancy Marshall Genzer about housing and wealth on Marketplace’s 7/25/18 podcast. The segment with Elliot starts at about 9:10. You can download the podcast if you want to skip to that point.

Economy Looks Great, but Housing Inventory Too Low, Economist Tells Richmond-Area Home Builders

Economist Elliot Eisenberg stood on a chair to drive home a point while giving a speech to a crowd of about 500 people at the Home Building Association of Richmond’s economic forecast meeting, held at the Hilton Richmond Hotel and Spa on Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018. Read the Article Here.

To the Point From the Reno-Sparks Association of Realtors, Millennials' Impact on the Market

Get To The Point with John Graham, President of the Reno-Sparks Association of REALTORS, as he shares insight from Elliot Eisenberg on the real estate performance and trends in Northern Nevada. Read More Here.