Building Tech & Products 05.21.21
The capability challenge, our Dream Team posits, can only be solved through the embrace of data, technology, process and a pivot to collaboration in a dog-eat-dog culture.
As 2021 Q4 approaches, public homebuilder face a harrowing prospect: How to level-set to reality on delivery misses without jeopardizing 2022 forecasts or penalizing operators in the field.
"Some of these deals today will be the big distressed deal plays of tomorrow." -- A strategic land pro describes private equity blitz into build-for-rent as "extraordinarily risky."
Solving American homebuilding's biggest challenges -- attainability, sustainability, and next generation talent -- may seem impossible. Left with no choice, we'll rally.
Nine million job openings, nine million active job seekers, and seven million fewer people employed than in April 2020. What gives?
Homebuilding's top executives earned an average of $11.7 million in 2020 compensation. Here's the backstory on how public company directors awarded these 29 execs $285 million in the year that was.
What-if? The question few housing business stakeholders care to factor into their forecasts right now is what happens when -- not if -- interest rates spike?
TBD's exclusive analysis of a homebuilder M&A transaction that bears not just on the future of one of the industry's premium operators, but on what happens next in a business environment shrouded in uncertainty.
Here's the 411 on 2021's largest homebuilding mergers and acquisition deal to date, giving Japan-based Daiwa House the fast-growing strategic puzzle piece its $3.6 billion goal calls for now.
Soft-landing scenarios ... we've heard them before. Here's ways leaders can control where their firms wind up coming out of price-shock bottlenecks in the months ahead.