According to BuildFax’s monthly Remodeling Index (BFRI) for March 2011, there was a continued year-over-year gain. Their data suggests that more people are actively remodeling their homes across the United States, even while the economy continues to struggle and the real-estate industry continues to be challenged.
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Remodeling Reaches Record Levels In June Even as the economy continues to struggle and home sales sag, the remodeling industry continued to be a bright spot in June, according to BuildFax, which tracks building, remodeling and repair data on more than 70 million homes nationwide. The BuildFax Remodeling Index shows that June 2011 became the.
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Home remodeling activity continues ascension: BuildFax The BuildFax Residential Remodeling Index was at 141.4 in September, up from 138.6 in August. This is based on the number of properties pulling residential construction permits in a given month. From BuildFax: remodeling activity reaches record levels According to BuildFax Remodeling.
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