HomeAid America today announced that Jeff Meyers, president of Meyers Research, has been appointed to its board of directors. “Jeff is a welcome addition to the board with a deep commitment to leadership, service and community,” said Peter Simons, CEO of HomeAid America. “Our organization is proud to have a board composed of industry veterans and visionaries that are committed to housing for the homeless.” In the last year, Meyers Research partnered with HomeAid to create two half-day industry forecast events in Orange County and Washington D.C. The two bi-coastal events raised a combined $80,000 that drew more than 600 homebuilding professionals. Next year, the company continues its efforts to bring expert-led panel discussions across multiple disciplines. Additional forecast events are planned in Costa Mesa, Las Vegas, and Washington D.C. “HomeAid is an important industry-based cause, whose sole mission is to help homeless families and individuals rebuild their lives.” said Jeff Meyers. “I am honored to join an esteemed board of industry leaders in their effort to provide housing for the homeless.”
ABOUT MEYERS RESEARCH
Meyers Research is a residential real estate consulting practice and a leading data provider for the housing industry headquartered in Beverly Hills, CA with 7 offices in the U.S. As a trusted advisor in for-sale and multifamily markets, the company offers a national perspective as well as local expertise to homebuilders, land and institutional developers, investment and commercial banks, private equity managers and attorneys.
ABOUT HOMEAID AMERICA
HomeAid is a leading national non-profit provider of housing for homeless families and individuals. Through the generosity of builders, and their trades and suppliers, HomeAid has completed over 360 housing projects nationwide at a value of more than $200 million, of which nearly fifty percent has been donated by the building industry. Over 190,000 people have been sheltered by these housing projects over the past 25 years. HomeAid currently has 25 additional projects in development across the country through HomeAid’s network of 15 chapters in 10 states.