Brad Hunter

Housing Slips On Oil...
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Housing Slips On Oil...

It is well known that housing demand fell in Houston after the collapse of oil... More

Single Family Permits, Starts, and Completions Rise in February
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Single Family Permits, Starts, and Completions Rise in February

Metrostudy chief economist Brad Hunter outlines how Wednesday's data release will... More

A Visual Guide to 2016 Housing Predictions
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A Visual Guide to 2016 Housing Predictions

As we look forward to a year of welcomed growth, be sure to review and share our... More

Winners and Losers: The New Housing Trends by Market
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Winners and Losers: The New Housing Trends by Market

It’s remarkable how a housing market that was the epitome of distress can come... More

Don't Be Misled by the Drop in Housing Starts
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Don't Be Misled by the Drop in Housing Starts

Metrostudy Chief Economist Brad Hunter says don't be fooled by the government’s... More

The Surge in Starts: Metrostudy Pinpoints Seven Fast-Growing Markets
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The Surge in Starts: Metrostudy Pinpoints Seven Fast-Growing Markets

Metrostudy chief economist Brad Hunter comments on new housing starts and... More

State of the Market Report: Denver-Colorado Springs
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State of the Market Report: Denver-Colorado Springs

Denver finished 2014 strong in closings, after an active year for housing starts.... More

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RRI Points to Speedup in Remodeling Activity in 2015 RRI Points to Speedup in Remodeling Activity in 2015

Every metropolitan statistical area in the United States can look forward to increasing remodeling activity this year, with growth averaging 4% and the nation as a whole set to reach an unprecedented level of activity by the third quarter. Those are the economic signals emanating today from the latest edition of the Residential Remodeling Index (RRI), a product of Hanley Wood's Metrostudy unit. More

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The Difference Between the Millennial and Entry-Level Buyer The Difference Between the Millennial and Entry-Level Buyer

Metrostudy’s Brad Hunter sets the record straight. The millennial, entry-level, and first-time buyers are not the same, and only one group of these buyers is expected to make a comeback this year. Here are four things to remember when it comes to young versus new buyers. More

Brad Hunter on Metrostudy's Annual Housing Study
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Brad Hunter on Metrostudy's Annual Housing Study

Metrostudy has just completed its latest study, covering homebuilder projects all... More

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