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The Rapid Disruption of Home Building

…itioned to change 10 times more in the next 10 years.” “Everybody that is in the space recognizes that the industry won’t look the same in 10 years, and they are either going to be displaced or participate in their own disruption….All my big framers are investing in panelization plants as we speak.” “We are the last industry to build something in the dirt and in bad weather.” “I watch the Japanese very carefully because…

New Home Insights Podcast Episode 13 Transcript

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…Join us now for part two of our conversation with CR Herro. Today we’re going to cover technology and home automation and off-site construction. Okay, let’s switch gears. Let’s talk about the other kind of disruption, which is the off-site construction in the new home industry. Again, we’ve talked about that on this podcast earlier. Let’s explore that a little more. How do you see that playing out? Who will be the…

New Home Insights Podcast Episode 12 Transcript

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…first. I think this is very, very near and dear to you. I’ve heard you talk about it in the past. How critical is a home being energy smart now and going forward? CR Herro: I think all three of these things represented disruption and by that, I mean that there is a change in the way buyers are presented a product. And in doing so it’s changing the way that they think about quality and the choices they make. And that disruption means…

The Monumental Disruption of iBuyers

A new, highly disruptive home-selling option known as iBuyers (instant buyers) has clearly emerged: Home sellers are excited. Real estate agents are nervous. Venture capitalists have been investing heavily. Experienced real estate executives are becoming less skeptical as more and more $$$ pours in. Offerpad, Opendoor, Zillow, Perch, Keller Williams, Redfin, Knock, and cataList Properties (Coldwell Banker) have now cumulatively raised billions…

The Biggest Checkbook in Home Building

…brace the disruption of the home building industry, seeking better value, convenience, and transparency. The boomer and Gen-X populations will embrace disruption as well when they realize how much it will save them. Ripe for disruption: The building industry has been pretty well protected from disruption thus far, and Adrian is worried that builders will become the next “yellow taxi company.” He believes the new home market has antiquated habits…

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…on a term he coined, “missing middle housing,” which he defines to be the range of housing types between or in the middle of detached single-family homes and mid-rise buildings.   Episode 20: The Monumental Disruption of iBuyers Dean Wehrli interviews Offerpad co-founder Jerry Coleman to understand why the new, highly disruptive home-selling option known as iBuyers (instant buyers) has emerged so quickly.   Episode 19:…

New Home Insights Podcast Episode 5 Transcript

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…rship differently. John Burns: Well, I’m more forward looking with this. So we go into our clients and we go into the board meetings and we get questions about what’s this technology going to do, what’s the disruption of retail going to be? What happens if we have a recession? And I think with this framework now, okay, well let’s just not make a general comment that doesn’t do anybody any good. Let’s talk…

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New Home Insights Podcast Episode 1 Transcript

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…ur best people and we’re giving them more responsibilities and all these other good things. But at the same time, we’re not able to raise the cost of what we do for a living. We’re experiencing some of that disruption, if you will, where people always expect more for the same price or even more for less, and so we’ve been pushing the envelope to come up with new tools. We came up with our feasibility services are now…

New Home Insights Podcast Episode 11 Transcript

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…of a two part question here. Who are some of the leaders right now in the US for offsite? And as you mentioned a few times is it’s already accepted in the norm in places like Japan and Europe, are we going to have some disruption from those folks into the US market with onsite as their sort of entree? Margaret Whelan: Yeah. So in terms of who’s doing it in the US BMC brought out a product called Ready-Frame a couple of years ago and…