Recent Presentations

Ken Danter made a presentation to the Building Industry Association of Central Ohio on January 29, 2015. The PowerPoint of that presentation is now available for download as a .ZIP file. Below is the video of a presentation that Ken Danter gave in September 2014 to the city of New Albany, Ohio, as part of their …

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What is the Difference Between an Appraisal and a Market Feasibility Study?

At The Danter Company, we are a real estate research company specializing in market feasibility research.  One of the misconceptions that we battle most often is that a market feasibility study is the same thing as an appraisal, or that an appraisal is really all you need to ensure that your project achieves success. Asking …

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Updated Home Ownership Statistics

The Danter Company has updated our page tracking US Home Ownership rates for 2012. The home ownership rate is down nationwide for the eighth straight year.  For specific details, data can be found at  this page. Below is a sample of some of the data and maps now available. A distribution of housing units by …

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Housing Continuum III – Mid-Range Multifamily/Rental

Link to previous articles: Part I – Introducing the Housing Continuum Part II – Entry-Level Multifamily/Rentals This article is the third in a series examining the housing market dynamics represented by what we call “The Housing Continuum”, as illustrated in the chart above.  The first article introduced the Housing Continuum concept.  The second article described …

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Housing Continuum II- Entry-level Multifamily/Rentals

Link to previous article: Part I – Introducing the Housing Continuum This article is the second in a series examining the housing market dynamics represented by what we call “The Housing Continuum”, as illustrated in the chart above.  The first article introduced the Housing Continuum concept.  Each successive article will focus on one segment, starting with …

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