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Industry Data & Research

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Harvard Expects Remodeling Spending Increases to Slow Through 2023

Harvard's prediction of a decreased year-over-year remodeling and repair spending maintains high growth, but slowed compared to past two years




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Harvard Predicts Remodeling Growth Slowdown in 2023

The Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University foresees a remodeling growth cooldown for the first half of next year

Market Conditions

40% of Homeowners Concerned with Home Improvement Affordability

Rising interest rates, prices, job security, and contractor availability are main factors impacting homeowners' decision to proceed with home improvement projects.

NAHB

Challenging Affordability Environment Offers Opportunities for Remodelers

Rising inflation, low inventory, and changing demographics make way for remodeling demand

Industry Data & Research

Remodelers Report Steady Confidence in Industry Conditions

See the confidence levels remodelers have in the industry from NAHB's latest index.

Industry Data & Research

300,000 Home Improvement DIYers Went to the ER in 2020

A new report finds homeowner's risk for injury during DIY projects.

· Podcasts

The History of the Remodeling Industry

How has the remodeling industry become the way it is? Industry expert Mark Richardson dives in and shares.

NAHB

Chairman's Letter: Standing Up for the Remodeling Industry

NAHB’s new chairman outlines challenges and advocacy efforts for the year.

Industry Data & Research

Lowe’s Study Identifies What Homeowners Think of Contractors

Lowe's new study asks homeowners the hard question: What's your biggest headache with contractors?

Industry Data & Research

LIRA Projects Continued Surge in Fourth Quarter

Homeowner spending has surged, and the projections for the fourth quarter of 2021 look to increase to 9.2% from the third quarter’s 7.6%.

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