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JCHS: Home Remodeling Growth Likely To Slow in 2015
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JCHS: Home Remodeling Growth Likely To Slow in 2015

LIRA indicates big-ticket spending growth will decelerate to 1.6% by 3Q2015 Read more

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New Survey Finds Some Renters May Be Great Candidates for Remodeling, Custom Homes

Poll of Houzz registrants finds renters are as eager as homeowners to remodel, and more eager to build Read more

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Remodeling Growth to Taper a Bit by Year's End, JCHS Forecasts Remodeling Growth to Taper a Bit by Year's End, JCHS Forecasts

Big-ticket remodeling activity is poised to grow by double-digit numbers throughout most of 2014, according to the latest forecast by Harvard University's Joint Center for Housing Studies, before starting to slow next winter. Read more

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Double-Digit Rises in Remodeling Spending to Continue in 2014 Double-Digit Rises in Remodeling Spending to Continue in 2014

Americans will spend roughly $153.8 billion on big-ticket remodeling projects over the 12-month period ending Sept. 30, Harvard's Joint Center for Housing Studies says. But the speed at which that money will be spent will vary by quarter. See how. Read more

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RRI Forecast: Nearly One-Third of U.S. Markets Will See Remodeling Prospects Top '07 Peak RRI Forecast: Nearly One-Third of U.S. Markets Will See Remodeling Prospects Top '07 Peak

Metrostudy's analysis finds better-than-2007 conditions in 105 of 366 markets. Read more

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Remodeling Market Data: LIRA Predicts Strong Growth Into 2013

The Leading Indicator of Remodeling Activity (LIRA) released by the Remodeling Futures Program at the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University suggests that annual homeowner improvement spending may reach double-digit growth by the first quarter of 2013. Read more

LIRA: Remodeling Spending Up Almost 6% by Yearís End
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LIRA: Remodeling Spending Up Almost 6% by Yearís End

After spending the past two years at record low levels, remodeling activity is... Read more

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Remodeling Growth to Slow in Q4

LIRA projects that spending up just 0.2% by the end of 2011. Read more

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The 'R' Word: Are We Headed for a Double-Dip Recession? The 'R' Word: Are We Headed for a Double-Dip Recession?

Small businesses weather the recession and prepare for another possible downturn. Read more

Why the Slowdown?: Remodeling Market Index Findings
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Why the Slowdown?: Remodeling Market Index Findings

The National Association of Home Builders' Remodeling Market Index (RMI) shows... Read more

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