The effect of announced plans to change or eliminate the Affordable Care Act, scale back taxes, and rein in OSHA enforcement will likely not be seen right away
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Women remodelers earning 3.6 percent weekly more than men
Recent research finds that more and more adults—in every age category—are staying or returning home. What will that mean for housing?
Remodeling experts respond to a study claiming that weatherizing a home costs more than it saves
A majority of Americans are pessimistic about buying a home
Strength in the existing home sale sector is good news for remodelers
The richest Americans are in New York City
Homeowners are eager to remodel their homes, and many are borrowing money to do it
Company owners cite pent-up demand, and with it a growing need for skilled installers, as the reason
But making it the rest of the way back will depend on millenial employment, loosening credit rules, and increased saving
A NARI report reveals long-term improvement in the remodeling industry, with slow but steady growth for the first three months of 2015.
When low-wage workers earn more, they spend more.