In this podcast, Adrian Foley, Brookfield Residential’s president and COO (or “Brookfield’s hero” as podcast host Dean Wehrli calls him) shares Brookfield’s very thoughtful view on how America will live in the future.
Despite the fact that the mortgage pays for about 90% of all housing revenue for every participant in the housing industry, we rarely see industry executives at mortgage conferences. So we are bringing the intelligence to you in this podcast. We don’t know anyone more knowledgeable on the mortgage market than Doug Duncan, Fannie Mae’s leader of the 35-person Economic and Strategic Research Group.
Lisa Parrish, who has led the industry’s design awards judging for the last 30 years (along with her husband and her father), provides a wealth of information in this podcast. At this year’s Gold Nuggets Awards show alone, she reviewed more than 600 applications in 49 categories.
John Burns explains why he believes new home sales and construction have “run out of steam,” at levels many deem to be too low. Dean and John also discuss successful pivots some companies have made this cycle.
Dan Parolek from Opticos Design shares his insight 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.
The 2019 spring selling season is here. Enjoy Jody Kahn, Devyn Bachman, and host Dean Wehrli as they bring you the most insightful clarity on new home sales you will find anywhere. For those of you who are not clients, enjoy this taste of what our clients receive all year long. Disclaimer: This episode was recorded in April 2019.
Two self-described “Designistas,” Megan Eltringham from The New Home Company and Matt Sauls from Pardee Homes (TRI Pointe Group) share their thoughts on the payoff for spending the time and money to design great homes.
The home building industry is rapidly changing in some very exciting ways. In part two of our CR Herro interview, we discuss the new technologies that are allowing homes to be built better than ever and the adoption of smart home technology.
In our latest episode, CR Herro the Vice President of Innovation at Meritage Homes, articulates changes coming to the new home industry. In part one of a two part series, Dean and CR discuss the impact of building energy efficient homes.
Margaret Whelan, an industry investment banker who has successfully raised money for several innovative housing companies, explains why this time is going to be different with respect to off-site construction.
Dallas Tanner, the Chief Executive Officer who co-founded Invitation Homes in 2012 and has grown it to be the landlord for more than 80,000 rental homes across the United States, shares with us the future of rental homes.