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Remodelers' Confidence Rebounds

National Association of Home Builders economist Paul Emrath comments on NAHB's Remodeling Market Index (RMI), which rose three points to 56 in the second quarter of 2014; reclaiming the territory it had lost during what was likely a weather-related dip in the fist three months of the year. More

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10 Buzzworthy Builder Articles in 2014

According to you, these 10 articles have made the most impact thus far in 2014. We've compiled the list using Google Analytics data—now see if you've missed any of the most buzzed about articles on Builder this year. More

Labor: Today, Tomorrow, and Ten Years Away
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Labor: Today, Tomorrow, and Ten Years Away

We will look at demographics, we will revisit the concept of modular and... More

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OSHA: Roof Safety Rules

Fall protection is now OSHA's No. 1 national priority, but a lot of roofing contractors don't know it. Here's what you need to know. More

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NAHB Forecasts Steady Improvement for Remodeling Sector

At the 2013 International Builders' Show in Las Vegas, a panel of experts told the press that remodelers are gaining confidence and agreed with the National Association of Home Builders' assessment that remodeling spending for single-family owner-occupied homes will increase 2.4% in 2013 over 2012. More

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Tips for Capturing Universal Design/Aging-in-Place Leads Tips for Capturing Universal Design/Aging-in-Place Leads

Highlights from Victoria Downing’s presentation at the 2012 Remodeling Show focusing on effective marketing techniques for getting more universal design leads. More

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Remodeling Expected to Pick Up Steam Remodeling Expected to Pick Up Steam

Harvard’s Joint Center sees momentum building after a soft first half of 2012. More

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Good and Bad for Remodelers in Latest Joint Center Housing Report Good and Bad for Remodelers in Latest Joint Center Housing Report

The Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University says, in its “State of the Nation’s Housing 2012” report, that “Starting in the first quarter of 2011, home construction and improvement spending have made a positive contribution to GDP in four out of five quarters,” and that the “Leading Indicator of Remodeling Activity (LIRA) points to a resumption of spending growth in the second half of 2012.” That’s some good news. More

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Custom Market Watch Custom Market Watch

A look at current economic conditions and housing trends. More

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Home Star One Step Closer to Reality

Proposed legislation to provide rebates for home efficiency upgrades, now moving forward in both the House and Senate, aims to put thousands of contractors back to work. More

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