Hunter Housing Economics West Palm Beach, Florida
Brad Hunter is a housing market economist with 35 years' experience analyzing builder projects, master-planned communities, rental developments (multifamily and SFR/BFR), and mixed-use projects nationwide. His company is Hunter Housing Economics, a market advisory firm serving developers, builders, and lenders/partners. The company has completed site-specific market studies for built-for-rent (BFR) developments in markets all across the country, with recent studies in San Antonio, Fort Myers, Denver, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Tampa, Dallas, Savannah, Orlando, Augusta, Austin, Davenport, Fort Lauderdale, St. Cloud, Vail, Wildwood/Villages, and Myrtle Beach. Prior to forming HHE, he was chief economist and national director of consulting at Metrostudy, a housing research firm specializing in tracking residential markets around the country. At Metrostudy, where he worked for 20 years, he directed work on hundreds of market studies on sites all around the country. Hunter is a graduate of the Wharton School, has lectured at Harvard, and his outlook on built-for-rent was recently cited in two articles in the Wall Street Journal.
Built-for-Rent Single Family: Optimizing Your Risk-Adjusted Returns
Tuesday, February 8 | 1:45 - 2:45 PM EST
Up Close with Brad Hunter: Built-for-Rent Single Family Housing
Tuesday, February 8 | 3:00 - 3:30 PM EST