The pandemic focused attention on our homes as never before, lifting the US remodeling market to an unprecedented height of $567 billion in 2022. But greater investment is needed to better prepare against disasters, improve energy efficiency, and meet the accessibility needs of an aging population.
On Tuesday, March 28, 2023 at 6:30 pm ET, architect Andrew Bernheimer, FAIA, will deliver the 22nd Annual John T. Dunlop Lecture, presented by the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
After several years of double-digit gains, expenditures for improvements and repairs to the owner-occupied housing stock are expected to grow only modestly in 2023, according to our latest Leading Indicator of Remodeling Activity (LIRA).
Annual gains in improvement and maintenance expenditures to owner-occupied homes are expected to decline sharply by the middle of next year according to our latest Leading Indicator of Remodeling Activity (LIRA).
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many older adults faced social isolation and disruptions in access to food, medical care, and supportive services. In response, organizations that support older people improvised solutions to address these challenges.
After a record-shattering year in 2021, the housing market is at an inflection point. Higher interest rates have taken some heat out of the homebuying market, and the large number of apartments under construction should bring some relief on the rental side.
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