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.
Episode 66: Renters Warehouse: Improving Efficiency and Transparency in Investment
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.
Episode 65: Sheri Koones on What We Do with ADUs
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 in popularity in tandem with the small home movement.
Episode 64: Buckling Our Seatbelts for an Interesting Ride: John Burns on Current Market Conditions
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 forward.
Note: Recorded on May 31, 2022
Episode 63: The Feverishly Hot Apartment Market with Jay Parsons
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.
Episode 62: How Berkadia Stacks Up in the BFR World
Listen in on the third episode of our three-part series on build-for-rent (BFR) where Joel Kirstein, Managing Director at Berkadia, breaks down the capital world’s obsession with the BFR space.
Episode 61: Inspiring a New Way to Rent
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.
Very valuable podcast with lots of free research and information.
Real estate industry shill
This firm does interesting research for the real estate industry, but this podcast is an attempt at promoting clients and giving them a platform to push their ideas. Not terribly balanced, but if you’re into that kind of thing, you may love this.
This show covers a range of interesting real estate topics, with knowledgeable guests. Truly a must-listen real estate podcast!