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The Rise of Healthier Homes and More From Harvard's Latest Remodeling Report

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The Rise of Healthier Homes and More From Harvard's Latest Remodeling Report

Abbe Will of The Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University walks veteran journalist John Caulfield through the findings, revealing trends in spending, healthy living, and more. 


By John Caulfield April 19, 2021
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In a conversation with PR contributing editor John Caulfield, Abbe Will from the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University discussing the Center's 2021 Improving America's Housing report on remodeling. In reviewing the findings, Will discusses spending trends and how they're ebbing up, the market's demand backlog, the growing importance of health, and an array of new demographic trends, including who's doing the spending now and who will be tomorrow. Will walks Caulfield through the findings, revealing trends in spending, healthy living, and more. 

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