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What’s Your Neighborhood Score For Aging in Place?
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What’s Your Neighborhood Score For Aging in Place?

AARP offers a Livability Index to drive community focus on independent living. More

Top Cities for Unmet Boomer Housing Demand
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Top Cities for Unmet Boomer Housing Demand

According to a new study from Epcon Franchising and Metrostudy, Dallas-Fort Worth... More

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First Wave of Boomers Increasingly Likely To Age in Place--Survey

A new survey of the oldest baby boomers--people born in 1946--finds this group even more likely than they were five years ago to keep living where they are rather than move as part of retirement. More

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Diving for Data: Remodeling Forecasts Diving for Data: Remodeling Forecasts

Remodeling forecasts offer useful data, but remember: the best remodeling forecast comes from your past work. More

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Top 100 Markets: Sample Market Data: Minneapolis - St. Paul - Bloomington Top 100 Markets: Sample Market Data: Minneapolis - St. Paul - Bloomington

Detailed analysis of the Minneapolis metro area remodeling market using Residential Remodeling Index data. More

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NAHB Report: Home Builders Turning to Remodeling, Land Development in Downturn

Nearly three-quarters of NAHB members built 10 or fewer single-family homes in 2009. More

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Universal Design Holds Universal Appeal Universal Design Holds Universal Appeal

Winners of AARPís 2010 Livable Communities Awards blend good looks with comfort, convenience, and safety for all ages. More

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Making the Most of New and Existing Markets Making the Most of New and Existing Markets

For Massachusetts remodeler Tom Mitchell, keeping his company healthy in a slow economy has meant expanding into both new markets and existing markets he had not previously tapped. More

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Trilogy by Shea Homes Offers Free Solar Systems

Solar systems are available at no charge in the big builder's active adult resort communities in four states through August 31. More

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Baby Boomers Plan to Stay in Current Homes

AARP survey finds 29 percent of baby boomers have made changes to homes so they can live there longer. More

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