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2024's Top 10 New Trends In Homebuilding: No. 4 Price Drops

Marketing & Sales

2024's Top 10 New Trends In Homebuilding: No. 4 Price Drops

Success – homebuilding, and residential development senior strategists and principals must consider as a better-than-expected 2023 winds down – may be the enemy.

Together with

New Home Star

Margin Pressure Mounts In A Higher-For-Longer Marathon

Capital

Margin Pressure Mounts In A Higher-For-Longer Marathon

The squeeze on private homebuilders' margins comes from three key sources: High mortgage rates eroding demand, leading to greater price concessions; tighter credit access, leading to higher borrowing costs; and land price inflation due to lot supply constraints.

D.R. Horton's 2023 Performance Gives It More Room To Run In '24

Leadership

D.R. Horton's 2023 Performance Gives It More Room To Run In '24

"Our strong balance sheet, liquidity and loan leverage provide us with significant financial flexibility to meet changing market conditions and continue aggregating market share." -- David Auld, Vice Chairman of the Board, D.R. Horton

Pace-Maker Incentives Get Amped Up As Rates Take A Toll

Leadership

Pace-Maker Incentives Get Amped Up As Rates Take A Toll

The issue most operators are keen to grasp right now is whether to compare recent drag on order levels to sequential – better than seasonal trends – of the first three quarters of 2023. Or, to more typical, pre-pandemic normal benchmarks.

How Better-Than-Expected Results Became A New Win

Leadership

How Better-Than-Expected Results Became A New Win

Outperforming expectations now qualify as chest-pumping, back-flips-worthy triumphs. Compared-with-expectations measures – particularly on the price concessions and cancellations calculus that reveals net pace – amount to an accomplishment: Less-bad is the new good.

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2024's Top 10 New Trends In Homebuilding: No. 4 Price Drops

Marketing & Sales

2024's Top 10 New Trends In Homebuilding: No. 4 Price Drops

Success – homebuilding, and residential development senior strategists and principals must consider as a better-than-expected 2023 winds down – may be the enemy.

Together with

New Home Star

Margin Pressure Mounts In A Higher-For-Longer Marathon

Capital

Margin Pressure Mounts In A Higher-For-Longer Marathon

The squeeze on private homebuilders' margins comes from three key sources: High mortgage rates eroding demand, leading to greater price concessions; tighter credit access, leading to higher borrowing costs; and land price inflation due to lot supply constraints.

D.R. Horton's 2023 Performance Gives It More Room To Run In '24

Leadership

D.R. Horton's 2023 Performance Gives It More Room To Run In '24

"Our strong balance sheet, liquidity and loan leverage provide us with significant financial flexibility to meet changing market conditions and continue aggregating market share." -- David Auld, Vice Chairman of the Board, D.R. Horton

Pace-Maker Incentives Get Amped Up As Rates Take A Toll

Leadership

Pace-Maker Incentives Get Amped Up As Rates Take A Toll

The issue most operators are keen to grasp right now is whether to compare recent drag on order levels to sequential – better than seasonal trends – of the first three quarters of 2023. Or, to more typical, pre-pandemic normal benchmarks.

How Better-Than-Expected Results Became A New Win

Leadership

How Better-Than-Expected Results Became A New Win

Outperforming expectations now qualify as chest-pumping, back-flips-worthy triumphs. Compared-with-expectations measures – particularly on the price concessions and cancellations calculus that reveals net pace – amount to an accomplishment: Less-bad is the new good.

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2024's Top 10 New Trends In Homebuilding: No. 4 Price Drops

Marketing & Sales 11.27.23

2024's Top 10 New Trends In Homebuilding: No. 4 Price Drops

Success – homebuilding, and residential development senior strategists and principals must consider as a better-than-expected 2023 winds down – may be the enemy.

Margin Pressure Mounts In A Higher-For-Longer Marathon

Capital 11.14.23

Margin Pressure Mounts In A Higher-For-Longer Marathon

The squeeze on private homebuilders' margins comes from three key sources: High mortgage rates eroding demand, leading to greater price concessions; tighter credit access, leading to higher borrowing costs; and land price inflation due to lot supply constraints.

D.R. Horton's 2023 Performance Gives It More Room To Run In '24

Leadership 11.08.23

D.R. Horton's 2023 Performance Gives It More Room To Run In '24

"Our strong balance sheet, liquidity and loan leverage provide us with significant financial flexibility to meet changing market conditions and continue aggregating market share." -- David Auld, Vice Chairman of the Board, D.R. Horton

Pace-Maker Incentives Get Amped Up As Rates Take A Toll

Leadership 10.26.23

Pace-Maker Incentives Get Amped Up As Rates Take A Toll

The issue most operators are keen to grasp right now is whether to compare recent drag on order levels to sequential – better than seasonal trends – of the first three quarters of 2023. Or, to more typical, pre-pandemic normal benchmarks.

How Better-Than-Expected Results Became A New Win

Leadership 03.24.23

How Better-Than-Expected Results Became A New Win

Outperforming expectations now qualify as chest-pumping, back-flips-worthy triumphs. Compared-with-expectations measures – particularly on the price concessions and cancellations calculus that reveals net pace – amount to an accomplishment: Less-bad is the new good.