Industry Data & Research

And gives remodelers another reason to salvage materials

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Housing market analysts are optimistic for 2015 home sales. 

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The NAR has put together an infographic to visualize existing home sales data. 

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Total completed home transactions are at their highest annual rate (5.26 million) since September 2013.

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Home improvement spending hit an unexpected slump for 2014.  


Rising student debt has cost the housing market $83 billion in potential house sales according to USA Today.

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Home prices in seven of out 100 U.S. cities are overvalued by more than 10 percent, the highest percentage since the end of the housing bubble crisis.

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Creating a user-friendly mobile website should be every remodeler’s priority. Mobile traffic is rapidly rising and now is the time to optimize a mobile website for your business.  

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Most Americans buy homes in detached single-family homes in the suburbs – not built with universal design and not the best scenario for aging in place.

Research: Sustaining Lead Generation

Seventy-one percent of respondents to the 2014 Professional Remodeler Business Leads Survey reported their lead generation increased for the first half of 2014 when compared with all of 2013.

Research shows leads have increased year-over-year as methods remain tried-and-true.

Remodeling Business Pulse Shows Jump in Current Conditions

According to NARI's Remodeling Business Pulse, sales value of jobs sold bounced back up, to 6.20 (from 5.84 last quarter).

NARI reports strong directional increase from March.

Research: Split Decisions

Product and material selection for remodeling projects nearly equal between remodeler and customer.

CEDIA Releases Key Findings from Annual Benchmarking Survey

Results find home technology professional companies are experiencing strong growth.

New Consumer Practices Reports for Repair & Remodeling in the U.S.

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. 

Home Remodeling Trumps Moving, Houzz Survey Finds

U.S. homeowners optimistic about local housing markets, home values.

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