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New Home Insights Podcast Episode 33 Transcript

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…he longest time. And a lot of people have online classes. But look at what’s happened today. The whole world has been pushed to use it and do it virtually. And whether you’re in kindergarten or you’re a PhD student, you’re actually taking virtual classes. Emile Haddad: If we don’t think we’re going to come out of it with a much higher level of comfort, that that’s going to be a way of the future, I was…

New Home Insights Podcast Episode 5 Transcript

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…t in common with those born in the 1930s who were born into the Great Depression who were afraid of too much debt. John Burns: And then those born in the 1980s, this great recession, they graduated from college with a lot of student debt right into a five-year horrible economy. They got off to a really slow start. So they had a different experience. Those born in the 1970s, Dean, had the highest home ownership rate ever at their 10-year reunion…

Forecasting

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…e forecasted 919K starts in 2013, much higher than consensus. Actual housing starts in 2013 totaled 925k. 2011 We forecasted a 3% price decline, rising rents, and a bottom in construction. We also c autioned on the impact of student loan debt delaying homeownership before it was covered in the media. 2010 Our starts forecast was 20% more accurate than a WSJ survey of economists. Our forecasted price appreciation was within 2% of the actual. We…

Speaking Engagements

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…, WA October 2, 2018 Client-Exclusive Event Design Insights Webinar: Cultural Crossover 2020 (Client-Exclusive) Presented by DesignLens and John Burns Real Estate Consulting October 2, 2018 Client-Exclusive Webinar 2018 NMHC Student Housing Conference & Exposition Chris Porter, Vice President / Chief Demographer Huntington Beach, CAOctober 4, 2018 2018 Suppliers Summit John Burns, CEOTodd Tomalak, Senior Vice PresidentWashington, DCOctober…

Time to Reboot Your Housing Rental Strategies

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…audiobook), we coined the terms 1980s Sharers and 1990s Connectors for those born in those two decades.   Amenity Race Coming to an End Lesley believes the amenity race is going to end. Younger renters are saddled with student debt, and many do not have parents willing to help them pay rent. Amenities also push up rents, and Ken notes that the premium between A- and B- quality locations has essentially been cut in half due to the shift…

Advice for Marketing to Millennials

…Episode Transcript . Stop Your Wrong Thinking Millennials aren’t lazy. The Great Recession made them frugal and cautious. The oldest have achieved a 50% homeownership rate by the age of 36, even with unprecedented levels of student debt. Stop pretending the Great Recession didn’t matter. Boomers lost the value of their 401K and then watched it snap back. The oldest millennials, which we call the 1980s Sharers, had a horrible time finding a…

4 Shifts Needed to Sell More Homes

…rying 5 years later than their parents did Having children 3 years later than their parents did Struggling financially, since they entered the workforce in the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression and have more student loans than any generation before them While entry-level buyers are financially challenged, the number of people is so large and the desire to own so high that many entry-level buyers will emerge over the next decade,…

New Home Insights Podcast Episode 2: Rick Palacios Jr., John Burns Real Estate Consulting

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…Consulting Rick oversees our subscription research conclusions, producing timely, accurate and thorough analyses. He is particularly well-known for quantifying the impact on housing of unique industry events, such as surging student loans or falling oil prices. Rick originally joined John Burns Real Estate Consulting in 2006, and then re-joined the company in 2014 after working as a home builder Equity Research Associate at Morgan Stanley in New…

Roll the DICE on a Growing Buyer Profile

…an for housing? More (unequal) affluence. Two incomes, better jobs, and marrying later in life makes first-time DICE buyers substantially more affluent than prior generations of first-time buyers, even considering the higher student debt loads. As college graduates continue to marry other college graduates at higher rates, income inequality will grow, decreasing demand in the middle. We already see a record number of first-time buyers purchase…

The Sharers: We Are Tired of “Sharing” Our Parents’ Spare Bedroom!

…low: We share our likes and location on social media. (This is sometimes me.) We share rides on Uber or vacation rentals on Airbnb. (I know I do.) We believe our education is not paying off yet due to a poor economy and high student debt. While the Great Recession made us more educated, practical, and thrifty, we are less likely to commit—especially when it comes to home purchases. (Certain of these characteristics certainly describe me.) Many…