National Outlook

Wayfinding Millennial New-Home Demand In The 2020s, Like So Much Else, Is An Algorithm

To a number of us in the housing sector, the two words together smack of a contradiction in terms, but don’t be tempted to laugh. Instead, compound the oxymoronic challenge of that term with another one: Millennials. What and whom that demographic references, what it means for home builders and residential developers, and why it matters, continues to matter, and will always matter is the thing her …

Register Today for the 2020 BUILDER & Meyers Research Housing Outlook Breakfast

Start the day off right at the 2020 Housing Outlook Breakfast, where you’ll hear some of the biggest opportunities in navigating today’s homebuilding landscape and meet and network with today’s top builders. You’ll also get a much-needed cup of coffee and bites! Proceeds from the event will go to our charitable partner, HomeAid America. This year’s agenda features some of the industry’s top leader …

The U.S. Spends Billions On Disaster Recovery Costs. Home Builders Can Help

By Scott McGillivray This article was originally published on Builder. The U.S. federal government has paid out over $220 billion in home insurance claims resulting from wildfires, hurricanes, and other natural disasters in the last two years. That’s more than the previous 20 years combined. That’s not a statistical anomaly. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reports the nu …

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Local View

Clayton Home Values Rebounding As Inventory Dips Below Metro Average

Metrostudy’s Senior Director for the Central Region, Eugene James, shared his expertise with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on the housing market in Clayton County. As one of the hardest-hit regions in the Atlanta metro following the recession, Eugene shared his expectations that builders and developers will take advantage of the opportunity, saying, “I’m expecting to see developers come before …

Eugene James Shares His Atlanta Market Expertise With WSB TV

Senior Director for the Central Region, Eugene James, recently shared his Atlanta housing market expertise with local news station WSB-TV. In two different segments, Eugene discussed the rapid increase in home prices and housing demand in Forest Park in Clayton County. Eugene provided insight into why buying a home in this area is a good investment. Watch the segments below:     Interest …

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