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How Much Remodeling Workers Get Paid, State by State
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How Much Remodeling Workers Get Paid, State by State

2012 Economic Census data shows average worker on payroll got $34K More

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Our Home Improvement Numbers Have Issues, Feds Say

Government shutdown may have led to over, undercounts; JCHS adjusts More

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Why Lousy Homes Mean Great Prospects for You

Recent reports about the number of unsafe, inadequate, and aging homes raise eyebrows -- as well as prospects for your continued employment. More

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Marketing Pre-Purchase Consultation to Real Estate Agents Marketing Pre-Purchase Consultation to Real Estate Agents

How one remodeler is helping home buyers see a homeís potential while boosting his lead flow at the same time. More

How To Sell Aging-in-Place
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How To Sell Aging-in-Place

Owners who need their homes modified for infirmity or age fall into two broad... More

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Where the Top 5% Live May Surprise You Where the Top 5% Live May Surprise You

Along with hedge-fund and high-tech capitals, the wealthy also live in some unusual places. More

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In the Know: American Community Survey Indicates Local Conditions In the Know: American Community Survey Indicates Local Conditions

In which areas do homeowners need your services? The U.S. Census Bureau's Community Survey can help you find out. More

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Spring Brings a Muted Bounce off the Bottom for Starts and Permits
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Getting Older, Staying Put: Aging-in-Place Statistics

Surveys by AARP and others indicate that for baby boomers, aging in place is a key concern. More

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Residential Construction Spending Up
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