Third Tuesday: Build for Rent as an Innovation Tipping Point
May 17 @ 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
According to Brad Hunter at Hunter Housing Economics, investment in build-for-rent development is expanding rapidly, but the pace of rental home construction is still falling far behind demand. Including all types of built-for-rent communities, Hunter expects construction to commence on 120,000 homes for rent this year, rising further in 2023, but that higher level of production still won’t meet all of the demand.
What’s the attraction? Build-for-rent creates a win-win for consumers who desire a home but can’t afford to buy and builders, developers and investors who are looking to deliver more housing with greater repeatability, fewer headaches, and ongoing revenue opportunities.
Join the Alliance and Brad Hunter on May 17th, as we dig into the factors that make BFR the perfect sandbox for innovation in housing and share examples of how it is driving adoption of new supply chain strategies, materials and construction methods, off-site production, digital tools and alternative finance models.
- Single Family Build to Rent Boom: The Innovation Tipping Point | October 2020
- BFR discussion with Margaret Whelan, Whelan Advisory, LLC; Steve Baum, The Brewer Companies; Matt Nicholas, Alliant Insurance Services; Dean Rana, Truss Fab Companies and Richard Rodriguez, Amherst Residential/Mainstreet Renewal | May 2021
- Infographic | Updated November 2021
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- Free and open to all
- Registration required
Hunter Housing Economics
Onyx + East
Housing Innovation Alliance
Build for Rent as an Innovation Tipping Point
- Jeff Hopfenbeck, Founder, Simple Homes
- Kelli Lawrence, CEO, Onyx + East
Host + Facilitator
- Brad Hunter, President, Hunter Housing Economics
- Dennis Steigerwalt, President, Housing Innovation Alliance