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Throughout the years, Building Product Manufacturers have found immense value in our research and services. They rely on our forecasts for their business planning.

Consistently, we hear the following two themes as to why they trust our firm:

Unbiased. We are independent advisors. We do not recommend stock investments or take contigency fees, so it is clear we have no conflicting agendas.

Thoughtful. Our forecasts are rooted in our experience, our local knowledge of major housing markets across the United States, and our ongoing dialogue with our clients. We have learned to not just rely on industry data points to finrom our decisions. We continue to improve our models and forecasts with new knowledge regularly.
 

Our clients outperform their competition because they have made educated strategic decisions.

Our research and consulting services enable our building product manufacturer clients to gauge housing market conditions and better align their supply chain and sales force. We also help them better understand home builder product purchasing decisions and construction timelines, giving them a highly informed view regarding future demand.

 

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Examples of How Clients Used our Research to Help Communicate to Investors

 

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The Home Depot

CFO Carol Tome: 3Q-15 Earnings Call
“One thing we’ve learned looking at data coming out of the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies as well as John Burns Real Estate Advising Firm is that homes that are older than 45 years tend to be have a higher repairs. And in fact the amount of money spent on repairs in those older homes is 5.6% higher than the amount of money paid to repair a home that is 20, 24 years old.”

Home Depot Investor Presentation (June-2016)
Used our Burns Residential Repair and Remodel Spending™ research to communicate tailwinds for home improvement spending

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Summit Materials

CEO Tom Hill: 2Q-16 Earnings Call
“[In
Houston] there is definitely some softness as a result of lower oil prices, especially on the north side of town which is not one of our biggest markets, and also on the high end of the residential. We follow several forecasters in Houston. Metrostudy I think is forecasting single-family permit growth there in 2017, and also John Burns is another one that we follow specifically on Houston. He would be for us another small decline in 2017 there, so somewhere probably in between is where it will actually be but I think Houston is a great market and we have a great position there.


Recommended Research Report

Every month, we analyze and forecast the housing market at the metro, regional, and national levels to provide you with the information you need for a competitive edge.  All of our reports are delivered via email with a short summary, and posted on our website for access 24/7.  Based on their needs, building product manufacturers are recommended to subscribe to our Building Product Industry Analysis and Forecast.

 

Building Product Industry Analysis and Forecast

This monthly report analyzes and forecasts the building product sector trends and industry drivers in terms of both residential repair and remodel spending and new home construction activity.

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Specialized Reports

We offer consulting services for those looking to plan their business better and to support upcoming decisions with facts.
 

Customized Consulting

Our leadership can help executives make more informed decisions on issues including market feasibility, land and company valuation, demographic drivers, home and community design, and effective marketing.

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