In the Press

Brad Was Asked to Contribute to Forbes

June 10, 2020

Brad was tapped by Forbes to write some articles about real estate trends, and in this piece, he discusses the outlook for housing.

Today's "V"-Shaped Housing Rebound: June 2020

In June 2020, Brad spoke on this interview about the "V"-shaped recovery in housing.  He also addressed what will happen after the supports are withdrawn.

June 21, 2020

Brad Hunter, a member of Reuters' panel of housing economists, discussed the dramatic rebound in home sales that started in May and June and continues today. 

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Predictions Realized: on Bloomberg News

In 2016-17, Brad Hunter predicted a coming deceleration of home price appreciation, which started to occur in 2018-2019. His current forecast is for flat home prices, even in the wake of the Covid crisis (though the bottom end of the market will feel more pain).

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Predictions from 2012

Brad Hunter predicted a strong rebound that would last for years back in 2009-11, and spoke about the opportunties in this 2012 interview. 

"...a total turnaround in the housing market"

Brad Hunter identifying the housing bull market beginning in 2012, calling 2011 a "total turnaround" that paved the way for residential investors to capitalize on the next wave.

Additional Press

July 7, 2019

In Forbes, Brad Hunter writes about what has driven up home prices so dramatically.  The answer is right under your feet. 

From the Calculated Risk Blog

Oct. 25, 2018

Brad's forecasts for housing markets were featured repeatedly in this highly-respected economics blog, and Bill McBride remarks on his accuracy in calling turning points before, during, and after the boom. 

Sept. 26, 2018

Brad Hunter discusses the Fed, tariffs, and how they affect housing, with Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz


August 19, 2014

In this interview, Brad Hunter identified a number of emerging hot spots for housing.

May 23, 2014

Brad Hunter joins in a "deep-dive" discussion on CNBC.