joins The Housing Hour this week to talk about the 2016 presidential elections and how the candidate’s policies could affect the housing market. Steve is an expert in national housing trends and shares his expertise on topics for this show which include:
- Challenges facing the next administration when it comes to housing
- Who voters believe will be best for the housing market
- Candidates housing plan comparison
- Which candidate would be best for new residential construction
- Which candidate is better for solar energy
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Steve founded Kleber and Associates in 1987. An Atlanta-based full-service marketing agency which specializes in the home and building channel, K&A works in partnership with a variety of clients who market premium products for both residential and commercial applications that are targeted to consumers, architects, developers, builders, remodelers, designers and manufacturers.
Steve is a passionate force driving his agency to consider non-traditional marketing approaches and alliances with key influencers to add impact to marketing and sales efforts.
K&A also regularly collaborates with marketing research partners to explore emerging trends in generational and consumer purchasing groups. Some of Steve’s recent presentations and original white papers include an exploration of the trend in Small Spaces, the Missing Male in marketing and product development circles, social media and search as it relates to ROI, and consumer trends in relation to specific demographic groups.
Steve is the president of the National Remodeling Foundation, promoting excellence in the field and providing support to younger generations entering it. He is the immediate past president of the National Kitchen & Bath Association’s Center for Kitchen and Bath Education and Research, a non-profit foundation created for the purpose of educating and cultivating future leaders in the kitchen and bath industry.