Frank Anton

Frank Anton

Former chairman & CEO of Hanley Wood, Frank Anton is one of housing’s iconic voices. Currently, he’s advisor to several housing organizations, and is a member of Harvard’s JCHS Policy Advisory Board.

Big Equity Gains For Homeowners Bode Remodeling Demand Surge

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Big Equity Gains For Homeowners Bode Remodeling Demand Surge

Here's three reasons why -- including a $200,000 windfall in home equity gains over the past few years to a typical mortgage holder -- remodeling businesses may thrive while new home construction slows down considerably for the near-term future.

Together with

Kohler

As Prices Flash Crisis, Here's 2 Paths To Building More Affordably

Policy

As Prices Flash Crisis, Here's 2 Paths To Building More Affordably

New home square footage and precision-focused easing of costly regulatory burdens could bring average selling prices on newly built homes back to more attainable levels for homebuilders and developers.

Together with

Kohler

It Rhymes With Trouble And Flashes Orange Before It Goes Red

Leadership

It Rhymes With Trouble And Flashes Orange Before It Goes Red

For Frank Anton, the strongest signals in housing are ones that impact a stark 'fundamentals' gap between households' payment power and the combo of asking prices and monthly costs. Data, evidence, action.

Bubble? No Bubble? Sometimes You Just Have To Trust Your Gut

Marketing & Sales

Bubble? No Bubble? Sometimes You Just Have To Trust Your Gut

By-the-numbers takes a more personal turn, to see the writing on the wall. When there's a disparity between housing economic models and common sense, it may be that the models aren't up to the task.

Sooner Or Later? A Housing Icon Reads The Tea Leaves And Asks

Leadership

Sooner Or Later? A Housing Icon Reads The Tea Leaves And Asks

Frank Anton — a lifelong student of history, and a career-long witness to five of America's boom-and-bust housing cycles — sees a correction coming. Let's engage with him as he runs the numbers on when.

Big Equity Gains For Homeowners Bode Remodeling Demand Surge

Products

Big Equity Gains For Homeowners Bode Remodeling Demand Surge

Here's three reasons why -- including a $200,000 windfall in home equity gains over the past few years to a typical mortgage holder -- remodeling businesses may thrive while new home construction slows down considerably for the near-term future.

Together with

Kohler

As Prices Flash Crisis, Here's 2 Paths To Building More Affordably

Policy

As Prices Flash Crisis, Here's 2 Paths To Building More Affordably

New home square footage and precision-focused easing of costly regulatory burdens could bring average selling prices on newly built homes back to more attainable levels for homebuilders and developers.

Together with

Kohler

It Rhymes With Trouble And Flashes Orange Before It Goes Red

Leadership

It Rhymes With Trouble And Flashes Orange Before It Goes Red

For Frank Anton, the strongest signals in housing are ones that impact a stark 'fundamentals' gap between households' payment power and the combo of asking prices and monthly costs. Data, evidence, action.

Bubble? No Bubble? Sometimes You Just Have To Trust Your Gut

Marketing & Sales

Bubble? No Bubble? Sometimes You Just Have To Trust Your Gut

By-the-numbers takes a more personal turn, to see the writing on the wall. When there's a disparity between housing economic models and common sense, it may be that the models aren't up to the task.

Sooner Or Later? A Housing Icon Reads The Tea Leaves And Asks

Leadership

Sooner Or Later? A Housing Icon Reads The Tea Leaves And Asks

Frank Anton — a lifelong student of history, and a career-long witness to five of America's boom-and-bust housing cycles — sees a correction coming. Let's engage with him as he runs the numbers on when.