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As Builders' Credit Market Shrinks, A Stopgap Capital Source Opens

Land

As Builders' Credit Market Shrinks, A Stopgap Capital Source Opens

"The capital becomes available for builders to move projects along that they might otherwise have to let languish because they can't tap cash to progress it into their pipeline." - Tony Avila, CEO-founder Builder Advisor Group

Together with

Builder Advisor Group

A Core Competency Reset Is Coming For Builders And Partners

Technology

A Core Competency Reset Is Coming For Builders And Partners

You're already hearing it and you'll hear it time and time again until reports of "green shoots" and evidence they've taken root and started to spread becomes a narrative of momentum: "We're going back to basics."

Together with

Mosaic

What An Early 20th Century Architect Tells Us About Doing More With Less

Leadership

What An Early 20th Century Architect Tells Us About Doing More With Less

When the choice is either to race to cut expense faster than revenue tracks downward, or to risk an unacceptable profit margin, a business leader's opportunity is to do more with less.

Bellwether Lennar Sets A Pace That Challenges Others On Price

Leadership

Bellwether Lennar Sets A Pace That Challenges Others On Price

In ultra-concentrated markets where big nationals have deepened scale, where the public companies lead on price, private homebuilders hardly dare not to follow.

Squeeze On Privately-Capitalized Builders Tightens As Market Slows

Capital

Squeeze On Privately-Capitalized Builders Tightens As Market Slows

As property valuations take a hit, a sudden glut of specs due to cancellations can trip a covenant, which can domino into a cash-flow crisis for builders without a back-up stash of ready money.

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As Builders' Credit Market Shrinks, A Stopgap Capital Source Opens

Land

As Builders' Credit Market Shrinks, A Stopgap Capital Source Opens

"The capital becomes available for builders to move projects along that they might otherwise have to let languish because they can't tap cash to progress it into their pipeline." - Tony Avila, CEO-founder Builder Advisor Group

Together with

Builder Advisor Group

A Core Competency Reset Is Coming For Builders And Partners

Technology

A Core Competency Reset Is Coming For Builders And Partners

You're already hearing it and you'll hear it time and time again until reports of "green shoots" and evidence they've taken root and started to spread becomes a narrative of momentum: "We're going back to basics."

Together with

Mosaic

What An Early 20th Century Architect Tells Us About Doing More With Less

Leadership

What An Early 20th Century Architect Tells Us About Doing More With Less

When the choice is either to race to cut expense faster than revenue tracks downward, or to risk an unacceptable profit margin, a business leader's opportunity is to do more with less.

Bellwether Lennar Sets A Pace That Challenges Others On Price

Leadership

Bellwether Lennar Sets A Pace That Challenges Others On Price

In ultra-concentrated markets where big nationals have deepened scale, where the public companies lead on price, private homebuilders hardly dare not to follow.

Squeeze On Privately-Capitalized Builders Tightens As Market Slows

Capital

Squeeze On Privately-Capitalized Builders Tightens As Market Slows

As property valuations take a hit, a sudden glut of specs due to cancellations can trip a covenant, which can domino into a cash-flow crisis for builders without a back-up stash of ready money.

Project finance

As Builders' Credit Market Shrinks, A Stopgap Capital Source Opens

Land 11.29.22

As Builders' Credit Market Shrinks, A Stopgap Capital Source Opens

"The capital becomes available for builders to move projects along that they might otherwise have to let languish because they can't tap cash to progress it into their pipeline." - Tony Avila, CEO-founder Builder Advisor Group

A Core Competency Reset Is Coming For Builders And Partners

Technology 11.03.22

A Core Competency Reset Is Coming For Builders And Partners

You're already hearing it and you'll hear it time and time again until reports of "green shoots" and evidence they've taken root and started to spread becomes a narrative of momentum: "We're going back to basics."

What An Early 20th Century Architect Tells Us About Doing More With Less

Leadership 10.12.22

What An Early 20th Century Architect Tells Us About Doing More With Less

When the choice is either to race to cut expense faster than revenue tracks downward, or to risk an unacceptable profit margin, a business leader's opportunity is to do more with less.

Bellwether Lennar Sets A Pace That Challenges Others On Price

Leadership 09.23.22

Bellwether Lennar Sets A Pace That Challenges Others On Price

In ultra-concentrated markets where big nationals have deepened scale, where the public companies lead on price, private homebuilders hardly dare not to follow.

Squeeze On Privately-Capitalized Builders Tightens As Market Slows

Capital 09.16.22

Squeeze On Privately-Capitalized Builders Tightens As Market Slows

As property valuations take a hit, a sudden glut of specs due to cancellations can trip a covenant, which can domino into a cash-flow crisis for builders without a back-up stash of ready money.