Sooner or later you may join the millions of people who remodel their homes each year. Perhaps it's at that moment when you realize that avocado green and harvest gold are no longer the "in" colors for today's trendy kitchens. Or maybe you have an epiphany one day as you stand in line to use your own bathroom. Whatever the impetus, the thought crosses your mind: Maybe it's time to start a home remodel. The reasons for home remodeling are as varied as the projects we undertake.
June 14, 2011 [Check the end of this article for "Where the Candidates Stand Today?"] Nearly three out of four American voters believe that it is reasonable and appropriate for the federal government to provide tax incentives to promote homeownership, a sentiment that cuts across partisan and regional lines across the country, according to a recent poll conducted on behalf of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). Further, an overwhelming majority of respondents oppose eliminating the mortgage interest deduction and would be less likely to support a candidate for Congress who wants to do away with this vital tax incentive.
WASHINGTON, June 7Despite the ups and downs of the housing market, home owners and non-owners alike consider owning a home essential to the American Dream.
That's the key finding of a recent survey of people likely to vote in 2012 that was conducted on behalf of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) by Public Opinion Strategies of Alexandria, Va., and Lake Research Partners of Washington, D.C.
The New York State Builders Association (NYSBA) and the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) have a wide range of articles and resources available to you.
Find an NAHB Certified Remodeler in your area: CGR
Find an NAHB Certifed Aging-in-Place Specialist: CAPS
Advice on Financing Your First Home
Decoding Energy Efficiency Lingo
The Not-So-Obvious Benefits of Buying a New Home
Before You Buy: Important Steps to Prepare for Your House Hunt
Build with Confidence: Hire a Certified Graduate Builder or Graduate Master Builder
Before You Move In: The New Home Walk-Through
Closing On Your Home
Interested in Green Building
Housing Trends for Baby Boomers