Industry Data & Research

robot for remodeling

Remodeling is at low risk for losing jobs to robots and AI over the next 10 years ... but it is at risk

natural building materials

These innovative materials make use of stuff that would otherwise have been thrown away

The city of Austin

Austin, Texas, fights to keep its citizens in place and well-housed

Despite the industry's problems, its professionals remain confident 

hurricane harvey, irma affect remodelers

Remodelers will be among the first called upon to start rebuilding

When a stone of innovation hits calm water, the ripples can be hard to predict

A millennial representing cultural shift

A changing of America's cultural tide

A look at the home features and styles that matter most to homebuyers

According to recent U.S./Canadian study

smartphones in hands of male/female

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Survey reveals key trends among Millennial homebuyers, with specific focus on Millennial 'firsts'

Although asphalt shingles still dominate, other materials are gaining ground

Who knows how the next year will play out, but these four issues are likely to affect most remodelers in 2016

Construction of multifamily units and conversion of single-family homes into multifamily homes is on the rise

BuildFax compiles what is to be the first of an annual list of the top 20 U.S. cities for residential remodeling.

Modern rustic kitchen with stainless steel, wood, and stone.

The Sub-Zero and Wolf annual Kitchen Design Contest, now in its 11th year, provides useful insights into leading and emerging trends in kitchen design

Contractor Nation survey looks at what factors influence homeowners in their choice of a remodeler.

A survey of homeowners turns up some surprising data about the factors that go into choosing a remodeler

Recent research finds that more and more adults—in every age category—are staying or returning home. What will that mean for housing?

First-time buyers helped boost the pace of existing-home sales in May to the highest level in nearly six years.

Most Americans Think We’re Still in the Housing Crisis

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A majority of Americans are pessimistic about buying a home

Strength in the existing home sale sector is good news for remodelers

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