TBDS&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Home Price Index

Sticker Shock Has Brought Down Titans Before ... It Can Do So Again

Leadership

Sticker Shock Has Brought Down Titans Before ... It Can Do So Again

Builders -- whether they want to or not -- are testing price elasticity limits of customers. Those customers have a known history of changing their behavior when costs exceed their tolerance point. Here's how.

Crystal Ball Olympics In Swing As Pundits See A Turn In Housing

Marketing & Sales

Crystal Ball Olympics In Swing As Pundits See A Turn In Housing

Rumors of the demise of the current housing run-up are premature. Let's unpack what we're hearing and what we know.

Apples And Oranges: Why Housing Bubbles Don't Compare

Marketing & Sales

Apples And Oranges: Why Housing Bubbles Don't Compare

Contrasts between the 2006 house price boom and today's run-up? For sure. Still, some are jittery over one similarity, the gap between median household wages and median prices.

Price Tolerance Levels Get Tested In Math Of Household Growth

Capital

Price Tolerance Levels Get Tested In Math Of Household Growth

Market imbalance -- a chronic shortage of housing production -- means households lack leverage to bring prices back to earth.

Marketing & Sales

As Wage Vs. Price Wedge Widens, Interest Rates Matter More

The pace of price increases is faster than wage growth in many places, exposing a fault line defined by historically low interest rates to narrow the gap to attainability.

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Sticker Shock Has Brought Down Titans Before ... It Can Do So Again

Leadership

Sticker Shock Has Brought Down Titans Before ... It Can Do So Again

Builders -- whether they want to or not -- are testing price elasticity limits of customers. Those customers have a known history of changing their behavior when costs exceed their tolerance point. Here's how.

Crystal Ball Olympics In Swing As Pundits See A Turn In Housing

Marketing & Sales

Crystal Ball Olympics In Swing As Pundits See A Turn In Housing

Rumors of the demise of the current housing run-up are premature. Let's unpack what we're hearing and what we know.

Apples And Oranges: Why Housing Bubbles Don't Compare

Marketing & Sales

Apples And Oranges: Why Housing Bubbles Don't Compare

Contrasts between the 2006 house price boom and today's run-up? For sure. Still, some are jittery over one similarity, the gap between median household wages and median prices.

Price Tolerance Levels Get Tested In Math Of Household Growth

Capital

Price Tolerance Levels Get Tested In Math Of Household Growth

Market imbalance -- a chronic shortage of housing production -- means households lack leverage to bring prices back to earth.

Marketing & Sales

As Wage Vs. Price Wedge Widens, Interest Rates Matter More

The pace of price increases is faster than wage growth in many places, exposing a fault line defined by historically low interest rates to narrow the gap to attainability.

S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Home Price Index

Sticker Shock Has Brought Down Titans Before ... It Can Do So Again

Leadership 10.06.21

Sticker Shock Has Brought Down Titans Before ... It Can Do So Again

Builders -- whether they want to or not -- are testing price elasticity limits of customers. Those customers have a known history of changing their behavior when costs exceed their tolerance point. Here's how.

Crystal Ball Olympics In Swing As Pundits See A Turn In Housing

Marketing & Sales 07.27.21

Crystal Ball Olympics In Swing As Pundits See A Turn In Housing

Rumors of the demise of the current housing run-up are premature. Let's unpack what we're hearing and what we know.

Apples And Oranges: Why Housing Bubbles Don't Compare

Marketing & Sales 07.19.21

Apples And Oranges: Why Housing Bubbles Don't Compare

Contrasts between the 2006 house price boom and today's run-up? For sure. Still, some are jittery over one similarity, the gap between median household wages and median prices.

Price Tolerance Levels Get Tested In Math Of Household Growth

Capital 07.07.21

Price Tolerance Levels Get Tested In Math Of Household Growth

Market imbalance -- a chronic shortage of housing production -- means households lack leverage to bring prices back to earth.

Marketing & Sales 07.01.21

As Wage Vs. Price Wedge Widens, Interest Rates Matter More

The pace of price increases is faster than wage growth in many places, exposing a fault line defined by historically low interest rates to narrow the gap to attainability.