Industry Data & Research
Florida Home Improvement Associates chooses Texas remodeler Statewide Remodeling to start its national expansion
Product and material selection for remodeling projects nearly equal between remodeler and customer.
Results find home technology professional companies are experiencing strong growth.
Culled from the responses of 55,000 U.S. homeowners, the data covers installed products used in residential repair and remodeling, such as siding, windows, insulation and more.
Gains in housing and public construction offset a dip in private nonresidential spending
The report includes insight on the most poppular professionals hired before the sale of a home and the most popular projects completed after the purchase of a home.
U.S. homeowners optimistic about local housing markets, home values.
NARI reports that the harsh winter may have played a role in the decline of current condition ratings.
Remodeling permit histories for homes are blended with neighborhood data to create a new tool on Realtor.com, powered by Porch.com.
Market researcher teams with housing experts to launch first-of-its-kind housing index.
Research reveals most owners of green homes would purchase another.
Survey shows Scripps consumers more likely to spend on home improvement projects in the near future
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Most remodelers who respond to storms find business booming despite associated risks.
General strengthening in the housing market over the past 18 months is translating into increased spending on home improvements, according to the Leading Indicator of Remodeling Activity.
Professional Remodeler’s annual Market Leaders list, which identifies the top remodelers in the nation’s major markets. Many remodelers reported a better 2012 than 2011, as well as further positive sales trends for the first half of 2013.
Lending practices still affecting the size of projects, delaying others, but financing is better than it was two years ago.
Remodeling projects on the increase, profits also on the rise.
NARI’s first-quarter data of current and future remodeling business conditions is reaching new heights, as quarter-over-quarter increases are seen across all subcomponents measuring remodeling activity.
Spending by homeowners on improvement projects is expected to accelerate as the year progresses, according to the Leading Indicator of Remodeling Activity released by the Remodeling Futures Program at the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University.