As Seen In The Wall Street Journal: Where High-End Renovations Cost $704,000

Posted on Apr 20 2017
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BuildFax property insights were recently published in The Wall Street Journal in their article on high-end renovations: Where High-End Renovations Cost $704,000.

Houston was the number one city for high-end renovations, with a median spend of $704,000. Boston came in at number two with a median budget of $528,000. Pittsburgh was third, with $385,000. Newark, Jersey City, Scottsdale, Honolulu, and Oklahoma City were also in the top ten.


Read the full article here.


Want to read more about how much homeowners are spending on remodels? Check out this recent article: 10 Top US States for Residential Remodel Spending.

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