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Industry Report: The Geography of Home Improvement Activity, Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University

By Colin Ryan

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This report from The Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University examines home remodeling activity and spending across the United States from 2000-2009, particularly with respect to how they vary with key socioeconomic and geographic characteristics. Home improvement activity is examined across the 35 largest metropolitan areas in the U.S. in combination with the demographic and market conditions of these areas. Remodeling spending patterns throughout the 2000s are also compared between low- and high-spending metropolitan areas. The report also examines how remodeling activity has changed throughout the decade, specifically focusing on trends leading up to the housing bubble and during the subsequent bust.

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Date Published: August 30, 2011
Pages: 28
Format: PDF File

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