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Issues, interviews, and insights into the U.S. housing market. Monthly takes on what’s happening in the housing market today, and what might be happening tomorrow. From the John Burns Real Estate Consulting team. The podcast is hosted by Dean Wehrli, Principal at John Burns Real Estate Consulting. Dean manages residential and commercial real estate consulting assignments across the country and has deep knowledge of California’s Bay Area, Sacramento, and Central Valley markets as well as Northern Nevada. John Burns Real Estate Consulting is an independent research provider and consulting firm focused on the housing industry. The company’s research subscribers receive the most accurate analysis possible to inform their macro investment decisions, and the company’s consulting clients receive specific property and portfolio investment advice designed to maximize profits. The team takes great pride in enabling the profitable development of the best places to live in the world.

Issues, interviews, and insights into the U.S. housing market. Monthly takes on what’s happening in the housing market today, and what might be happening tomorrow. From the John Burns Real Estate Consulting team. The podcast is hosted by Dean Wehrli, Principal at John Burns Real Estate Consulting. Dean manages residential and commercial real estate consulting assignments across the country and has deep knowledge of California’s Bay Area, Sacramento, and Central Valley markets as well as Northern Nevada. John Burns Real Estate Consulting is an independent research provider and consulting firm focused on the housing industry. The company’s research subscribers receive the most accurate analysis possible to inform their macro investment decisions, and the company’s consulting clients receive specific property and portfolio investment advice designed to maximize profits. The team takes great pride in enabling the profitable development of the best places to live in the world.

Location:

United States

Description:

Issues, interviews, and insights into the U.S. housing market. Monthly takes on what’s happening in the housing market today, and what might be happening tomorrow. From the John Burns Real Estate Consulting team. The podcast is hosted by Dean Wehrli, Principal at John Burns Real Estate Consulting. Dean manages residential and commercial real estate consulting assignments across the country and has deep knowledge of California’s Bay Area, Sacramento, and Central Valley markets as well as Northern Nevada. John Burns Real Estate Consulting is an independent research provider and consulting firm focused on the housing industry. The company’s research subscribers receive the most accurate analysis possible to inform their macro investment decisions, and the company’s consulting clients receive specific property and portfolio investment advice designed to maximize profits. The team takes great pride in enabling the profitable development of the best places to live in the world.

Twitter:

@JBREC

Language:

English

Contact:

9498701222


Episodes

Episode 71: Can Arrived Homes Turn Small Investments into Big Bucks?

11/11/2022
Dean is joined by Ryan Frazier, co-founder and CEO of Arrived Homes, a company who is taking a unique angle in the world of single-family housing investments. Arrived Homes is focused on providing a seamless experience for small time investors who want to invest in real estate, but don't want all the operational hassle that may come along with it.

Duration:00:39:06

Episode 70: ESG: A Smarter Way to Invest

10/28/2022
You may not know what ESG is but you should. ESG is an investment strategy. It stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance. DuPont is one of the biggest companies in the world and they take ESG very seriously. To help us understand why and what that means, we have on the podcast two key people at DuPont, a bigger part of the housing sector than you might think. Alan Hubbell leads DuPont’s Performance Building Solutions residential marketing team, and Shawn Hunter is DuPont’s leader of...

Duration:00:44:15

Episode 69: The Great Age Reboot with Dr. Michael Roizen

10/7/2022
Dr. Michael Roizen joins our podcast to discuss some concepts from his new book, The Great Age Reboot: Cracking the Longevity Code for a Younger Tomorrow. Dr. Roizen presents his thesis around the human lifespan increasing, and what it means for the future of housing.

Duration:00:40:05

Episode 68: The Student Housing Sector Proves Its Resilience

9/16/2022
This episode features Fred Pierce, President and CEO of Pierce Education Properties (PEP), who discusses how his business helped pioneer the student housing sector. With an acquisition history of more than 27,000 acquired beds, PEP is a national leader in the business of student housing, ownership, operation, and development.

Episode 67: Is the Broken Housing Supply Chain Starting to Mend?

8/19/2022
For this episode of The New Home Insights podcast we talked to not one but two experts. Greg Brooks with the Executive Council on Construction Supply and our own Chris Beard at John Burns Real Estate Consulting both closely monitor the building products space. Greg and Chris joined us to share their insights on housing supply chain disruptions, what’s happening right now, and what might the future hold.

Duration:01:11:34

Episode 66: Renters Warehouse: Improving Efficiency and Transparency in Investment

8/5/2022
Transparency is one of the key value-adds Renters Warehouse offers its investors. In this week’s podcast Kevin Ortner, President and CEO of Renters Warehouse, shares how his company not only increases transparency to residential real estate investors but also increases efficiency in an industry that has historically lagged in technological advancements.

Duration:00:42:15

Episode 65: Sheri Koones on What We Do with ADUs

7/1/2022
Matt Damon was onto something in the movie Downsizing. Housing shortages, sky high prices—what’s someone without Matt Damon’s crypto money to do? Maybe you go small. Before we resort to shrinking people and entire cities in order to save on costs, let us have a listen to this week’s episode with Sheri Koones. Sheri is a journalist and author of numerous books related to smaller living. In this podcast episode, she explains what accessory dwelling units (ADUs) are and why they have increased...

Duration:00:38:32

Episode 64: Buckling Our Seatbelts for an Interesting Ride: John Burns on Current Market Conditions

6/3/2022
The residential real estate market has been speeding uphill since mid 2019, with a speed bump in the Spring of 2020. As we near the peak, anticipation of what is on the other side anxiously awaits. When will we pass the peak? How steep is the grade going downhill? Are there guardrails? On this week’s podcast episode, John Burns, Founder and CEO of John Burns Real Estate Consulting, gives us his take on today’s housing market and what our team believes is the most likely scenario going...

Duration:00:40:51

Episode 63: The Feverishly Hot Apartment Market with Jay Parsons

5/6/2022
Apartment renters are not the only ones fighting hard for their place in the market. Multifamily investors also face fierce competition from other investors in this very competitive space. In this episode, we interviewed Jay Parsons, Vice President at RealPage, to learn more about what is fueling the piping-hot multifamily market.

Duration:00:51:43

Episode 62: How Berkadia Stacks Up in the BTR World

3/17/2022
Listen in on the third episode of our three-part series on build-to-rent (BTR) where Joel Kirstein, Managing Director at Berkadia, breaks down the capital world’s obsession with the BTR space.

Duration:00:40:07

Episode 61: Inspiring a New Way to Rent

3/2/2022
In our second of three BFR-related episodes, we are joined by Branden Lombardi, President of BB Living, who shares his inspiring life story and his insight on build-for-rent as an asset class.

Duration:00:53:12

Episode 60: In It for the Long Run: Mark Wolf on Build-to-Rent Communities

2/3/2022
Successful restaurants have great service, the right menu, and a long-term outlook. A good location also doesn’t hurt. Mark Wolf, CEO and founder of AHV Communities, has a similar mindset when executing successful build-to-rent (BTR) communities. Mark joins our podcast to discuss what it takes to execute a successful BTR community.

Duration:00:46:46

Episode 59: Steve Benson and (Land) Banking on the Future

12/10/2021
As the old adage goes, you can’t make more land. For home builders, anything that helps facilitate land deals is huge. That’s where Steve Benson and his team come in—they provide land banking services for builders. Steve is the CEO of Essential Housing, and on this podcast he walks us through the nuances of land banking, a booming method to get deals done.

Duration:00:53:56

Episode 58: How iBrokers Will Change How We Buy Homes

11/22/2021
You would not go to a second website to pay for your Amazon order, so why should you have to deal with multiple groups when purchasing a home? That is what inspired Court Cunningham to start Orchard. Orchard is providing next-level service by integrating almost the entire home buying process onto one platform. Learn how Orchard is innovating as an “iBroker” (a term cleverly coined by our host Dean Wehrli) by checking out this episode.

Duration:00:47:07

Episode 57: Remaining Competitive in an Overly Competitive Market

10/29/2021
If there used to be a hot tub full of cash for build-for-rent (BFR) deals, now there is an Olympic-sized swimming pool. Demand for BFR development is at an all-time high. BFR developers can usually outbid their competitors for land. Mike Moser, CEO of Starwood Land Advisors, explains to us how his team strategically focuses their investment efforts in the BFR and equally competitive general residential development world.

Duration:00:41:48

Episode 56: Jeff Adler on the Resilience of Real Estate

9/24/2021
The last 18 months or so have been the proverbial roller coaster for the real estate industry. COVID-19 wreaked havoc on the nation but unlocked tremendous latent demand, changed where and how people lived, and left dramatically rising prices in its wake. Jeff Adler, Vice President of Yardi Matrix, has a measure of the pulse of just about all real estate sectors (retail, office, self-storage, but especially apartments and build-for-rent).

Duration:01:04:33

Episode 55: Aligning Incentives for Affordable Housing

9/3/2021
Atticus LeBlanc joins our latest podcast to discuss how PadSplit acts as a creative solution to the affordable housing shortage.

Duration:00:37:12

Episode 54: Putting Aloe on the Burns of a Hot Market

8/12/2021
Today’s market trends move as fast as Allyson Felix in the Tokyo Olympics (well, maybe almost as fast). Thankfully, Jody Kahn, our Senior Vice President, surveys local home builders overseeing 15%–20% of national new home sales every month to keep a close eye on these fast-moving trends.

Duration:00:36:42

Episode 53: No Pain, Not as Much Gain

7/23/2021
In this podcast we speak with Mike Forsum, President and COO of Landsea Homes. We talk about the highs and lows of markets, what housing product are the toughest to execute, how they shifted strategies to meet new market needs, and what the future might hold. Additionally, Landsea went public recently, and Mike gives us an inside look at the perils and promise of that decision.

Duration:00:41:48

Episode 52: IPOs and Mergers & Acquisitions with Tony Avila

7/9/2021
We speak with Tony Avila, Co-Founder and Managing Principal of Encore Capital Management, about today’s M&A climate and what it takes to make a deal go smoothly.

Duration:00:38:32