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Accessibility

Aging Americans Are Finding a Severe Shortage of Affordable, Accessible Housing

Less than 5% of the nation's housing supply is accessible to older, disabled Americans, but at a Senate hearing last Thursday, experts suggested possible solutions

Remodeling

Home Remodeling Activity Expected to Continue Softening Through 2023

Harvard's Joint Center for Housing Studies' Leading Indicator of Remodeling Activity shows annual spending on home improvements and repairs is expected to decrease through 2023 and into 2024

Community Development

These Housing Volunteers Are Building Homes While Biking Cross-Country

Volunteers from the Fuller Center for Housing are biking cross-country from La Jolla, Calif., to Wilmington, N.C., and stopping along the way to rehab homes for families in need

Remodeling

Why Experts Say the Remodeling Sector Will Remain Strong Long-Term

Remodeling is slowing as inflation makes home improvement projects more expensive. But as homeowners opt to stay put rather than sell, many are expected to invest in extensive upgrades in the years ahead

Surfaces

REHAU Donates Rauvisio Surface to Renovate Group Home Kitchen

Polymer-based surfaces manufacturer REHAU recently donated its RAUVISIO terra Harvest Walnut surface to upgrade the kitchen in David’s House Ministries adult foster care home

Outdoor Living

Outdoor Kitchen Trends for Year-Round Entertainment

These luxury outdoor kitchen additions can increase a home's functionality as well as its resale value

Energy Efficiency

A Burgeoning Focus on Energy Retrofits Doesn't Just Benefit Homeowners

Rising interest in energy-efficient home building and existing-home retrofits creates an opportunity for tech advancements and new career pathways

Build to Rent

Debunking 6 Myths About Office-to-Residential Conversions

While vacant office space can be repurposed into housing that cities currently desperately need, there are a variety of myths and realities associated with doing so

Energy Efficiency

Getting Older Homes Up to Snuff for Energy Efficiency

To reduce the climate impacts of residential buildings, the U.S. Department of Energy is making new funding and tools available to help upgrade the energy efficiency of older, existing homes and is now accepting proposals

Remodeling

Remodeling Sector Expected to See Slow but Steady Progress in 2023

Remodeling sentiment inched higher during the first quarter of 2023, but many lingering challenges threaten to delay new and existing projects in the year ahead

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