Last week’s post covered general issues related to Aging-In-Place (such as how many professional remodelers do it, and how many of their customers are receptive to it), using data from NAHB’s Remodeling Market Index (RMI) survey for the 4th quarter of 2018.
There are many considerations homeowners should take into account before beginning a kitchen remodel.
Houston, June 20, 2019―Jeff Hunt, CGR, GMR, GMB, CAPS, CGP, HCI-R, CDRS, CFLC of Jeff Hunt Construction has been asked to speak at the 2019 Southeast Builders Conference (SEBC) being held at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Kissimmee Florida August 1st and 2nd.
New single-family home size increased slightly at the start of 2019, as the market slowed.
According to NAHB’s Remodeling Market Index (RMI) survey for the 4th quarter of 2018, over three-fourths of professional remodelers undertake projects designed to allow home owners to Age-in-Place.
As an expert witness that has been involved in several hundred lawsuits testifying for homeowners who have been taken advantage of, I am concerned with some social media and national television advertising that I've seen lately.
The influence of global cultures is increasingly visible in home decor as technology expands homeowners' worldviews.
Older Americans largely prefer to stay in their current homes as they age rather than downsize or relocate
Years ago, many homeowners would often embark on ambitious renovation projects with the primary goal of increasing resale value and unloading their properties.
As the residential construction industry faces unprecedented labor shortages, NAHB efforts are helping to ease the strain