TBDS&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Home Price Index

Locals Got Hammered In '20 to '22 Housing Boom ... How About Now?

Land

Locals Got Hammered In '20 to '22 Housing Boom ... How About Now?

Hometowners often got priced-out as transplant refugees anted up ever higher prices for active for-sale inventory during the rush. Maybe some of that standing spec inventory can now price-in people who helped make those hot markets hot.

2022: The Year Homebuilders Must Re-secure Their Build Cycle

Policy

2022: The Year Homebuilders Must Re-secure Their Build Cycle

In spite of ongoing supply chain disruptions, builders need to regain predictability over their start-to-completion schedules to restore an operational model to build on.

In Housing's New Normal Rules, Supply And Demand Matter Less

Marketing & Sales

In Housing's New Normal Rules, Supply And Demand Matter Less

For what comes next in market-rate housing -- given low supply and what will become pent-up demand -- count on experts to talk of slowdowns, softness, downturns, etc. in terms of letters: V, L, U, W, and K. After that, a boom resumes.

Bubble? No Bubble? Sometimes You Just Have To Trust Your Gut

Marketing & Sales

Bubble? No Bubble? Sometimes You Just Have To Trust Your Gut

By-the-numbers takes a more personal turn, to see the writing on the wall. When there's a disparity between housing economic models and common sense, it may be that the models aren't up to the task.

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.

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Locals Got Hammered In '20 to '22 Housing Boom ... How About Now?

Land

Locals Got Hammered In '20 to '22 Housing Boom ... How About Now?

Hometowners often got priced-out as transplant refugees anted up ever higher prices for active for-sale inventory during the rush. Maybe some of that standing spec inventory can now price-in people who helped make those hot markets hot.

2022: The Year Homebuilders Must Re-secure Their Build Cycle

Policy

2022: The Year Homebuilders Must Re-secure Their Build Cycle

In spite of ongoing supply chain disruptions, builders need to regain predictability over their start-to-completion schedules to restore an operational model to build on.

In Housing's New Normal Rules, Supply And Demand Matter Less

Marketing & Sales

In Housing's New Normal Rules, Supply And Demand Matter Less

For what comes next in market-rate housing -- given low supply and what will become pent-up demand -- count on experts to talk of slowdowns, softness, downturns, etc. in terms of letters: V, L, U, W, and K. After that, a boom resumes.

Bubble? No Bubble? Sometimes You Just Have To Trust Your Gut

Marketing & Sales

Bubble? No Bubble? Sometimes You Just Have To Trust Your Gut

By-the-numbers takes a more personal turn, to see the writing on the wall. When there's a disparity between housing economic models and common sense, it may be that the models aren't up to the task.

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.

S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Home Price Index

Locals Got Hammered In '20 to '22 Housing Boom ... How About Now?

Land 08.12.22

Locals Got Hammered In '20 to '22 Housing Boom ... How About Now?

Hometowners often got priced-out as transplant refugees anted up ever higher prices for active for-sale inventory during the rush. Maybe some of that standing spec inventory can now price-in people who helped make those hot markets hot.

2022: The Year Homebuilders Must Re-secure Their Build Cycle

Policy 06.20.22

2022: The Year Homebuilders Must Re-secure Their Build Cycle

In spite of ongoing supply chain disruptions, builders need to regain predictability over their start-to-completion schedules to restore an operational model to build on.

In Housing's New Normal Rules, Supply And Demand Matter Less

Marketing & Sales 04.26.22

In Housing's New Normal Rules, Supply And Demand Matter Less

For what comes next in market-rate housing -- given low supply and what will become pent-up demand -- count on experts to talk of slowdowns, softness, downturns, etc. in terms of letters: V, L, U, W, and K. After that, a boom resumes.

Bubble? No Bubble? Sometimes You Just Have To Trust Your Gut

Marketing & Sales 03.07.22

Bubble? No Bubble? Sometimes You Just Have To Trust Your Gut

By-the-numbers takes a more personal turn, to see the writing on the wall. When there's a disparity between housing economic models and common sense, it may be that the models aren't up to the task.

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.