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Home Improvement Costs in the US Infographic

Found this great infographic at Fixr.com that shows what home improvement projects and rooms that home owners are undertaking in the US today.

Found this great infographic at Fixr.com that shows what home improvement projects and rooms that home owners are undertaking in the US today.

As a home owner who’s undertaking some home improvement projects this spring I found it particularly interesting that bathroom remodels almost beats out kitchen remodels as the most expensive interior improvement projects.

Take a look at the home improvement infographic below and you can get more details on it at Fixr.com.

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Us home improvement industry at a glance
Source: Fixr Remodeling Cost Guides

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  • http://www.homeforsaleinottawa.com Ray Smiley

    This infographic is great – I think it's interesting how overall home improvements are now showing a decline post 2007. It will be interesting to see where home improvement costs will land within the next few years. Thanks for the post!

    • http://blog.coldwellbanker.com Coldwell Banker

      Ray – I found the same decline to be interesting as well. I’ve bookmarked this infographic for reference on future home improvement projects as well. Thanks for the comment!

  • Michael Gough

    I would love to see how different this info graphic would be for the Canadian home owner. Our economic situation on paper at least seems to be less hard hit than that of the USA. Where I am at the moment, in Ottawa even more so. We are still in a housing bubble probably due to the fact that the number one employer here is the Government.

  • Nathan Brendand

    Hey, you just made me read the entire article! It’s usually difficult to grab my attention and hold it until the end. I must say, you have an excellent writing style. Now that I’m a fan, I will be looking forward to your new posts and sharing my thoughts.
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