With monster-sized wagers, investors are thronging into the newly built single-family-rental market, confident in a market tilting in their favor is high. Still, what about all that entitlement risk?
No. 10 among trends that will transform homebuilding by 2030: Adaptation -- in an era defined by a pandemic virus that shows no sign it will stop making all the rules -- will reignite migration and redefine 'location, location, location.'
None of today's array of risks, threats, and challenges is insurmountable if leaders sustain the trust, resolve, and focus of team members.
Looming underneath housing's present-day struggles with its construction supply chain, the issue of supply itself. Fixing the supply chain won't fix that. Here's what might.
Just beneath Zillow Offers' demise roils an issue that ties Wall Street, Main Street, and Capitol Hill into a Gordian Knot. At stake, homeownership as an earned ladder-wrung to the American Dream.
Monthly payment power equates to how builders measure their ability to build and deliver affordably. Interest rates are the biggest stressor to this benchmark in the near future.
A longer tail of implied promise in property's value may begin to trigger land price adjustments, contract modifications, etc. Here's why.
We introduce Dream Team member Frank Anton, an iconic voice in housing, with an analysis series, each of whose topics spring from a single, meaningful statistical measure.
The inevitability of an industry standard property identification record -- and its vast array of benefits and uses -- doesn't diminish the need for eyes-open recognition of the big risks.
A candid TBD one-on-one conversation with the top-20 ranked homebuilder's chief strategist, who believes 'politicized economics led to a bad recipe to stimulate the economy when they did.'