3 Unique Perspectives on the Changing Landscape of Remodeling

Posted on Jun 27 2017
Type Insights


Residential remodeling has been steadily on the rise for the last several years. So what else is new? Actually, quite a lot. For businesses that deal with property, it’s more important than ever to keep an ear to the ground for the changing landscape of remodeling activity.

Why now? Because 2016 saw some interesting changes in both remodeling growth rate and spending that could have a serious impact on business.

This study delivers a rich overview of remodeling activity across the U.S. from three unique perspectives: historical, national, and regional. Considering this research in these distinct umbrellas can inform the way businesses navigate the evolving trends in remodeling, and even provide a competitive advantage.

Highlights from the article include:

  • A surprising shift in investments post-housing crisis
  • Changes in national residential remodeling growth and spending
  • Trends on regional remodeling and how it can affect carriers

To read the study, click here, or on the button below.


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