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Working Hard for a Bright Remodeling Industry

Introducing the new NAHB Chairman Alicia Huey

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Economy: Positive Projections for U.S. Economy in the Next Two Years

Forecasters say that more hiring and a lower inflation rate will boost the U.S. economy in the next two years, Inc. reports. The National Association…

Economics: More U.S. Homeowners Pay for Remodeling Jobs With Credit Cards

Homeowners are eager to remodel their homes, and many are borrowing money to do it

Sales Surge for Home Improvement Contractors

Company owners cite pent-up demand, and with it a growing need for skilled installers, as the reason 

Housing: Existing Home Sales Decline in January

The National association of Realtors reports that existing-home sales declined in January to their lowest rate in nine months.    The Northeast and…

Housing: Highlights from the NAR 2014 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers

More home buyers chose existing homes over new homes, the National Association of Realtor’s 2014 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers reports. The NAR…

Climate: Flooding Is Getting Worse, and Many Homeowners Aren’t Prepared

There has been an estimated $260 billion in flood-related damages between 1980 and 2013 in the U.S., CityLab reports. Moreover, new research released…

Housing: A Good Start for the Housing Market with Low Interest Rates and More Inventory

Data on home tours and offers for more affordable homes from online listing agency Redfin showed a huge jump in  the first few weeks of the year.…

Housing: Housing Market Recovers by 75 Percent, Trulia Finds

But making it the rest of the way back will depend on millenial employment, loosening credit rules, and increased saving

Economy: Slow, Steady Growth for Remodeling Industry in 2015

A NARI report reveals long-term improvement in the remodeling industry, with slow but steady growth for the first three months of 2015. 

Personnel: The Upside to Raising the Minimum Wage

When low-wage workers earn more, they spend more.

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