Residential construction spending saw its biggest year on year increase in over a decade in 2020, according to the US Census. In our latest publication, we explore the causes behind this rise, and what the industry can expect moving forward.
September is national preparedness month, and our interactive map shows the most common natural disasters in each state so homeowners know what to prepare for.
We surveyed 100 construction professionals from across the US to get insight into the current state of the industry, how companies are dealing with price hikes, and what the main effects are that companies are facing.
Using data from the US Census, we have visualized the increase of new single-family homes sold in a homeowners association and US metros with the highest monthly fees.
A welcome respite from hot summer days, swimming pools are enjoyed by many at home. But which city has the most? We visualize data from the top 30 largest U.S. cities and analyze a possible growing trend.
We explore the major players by gross revenue in the U.S. homebuilding industry with a GIF that compares who have been fighting for the top spots over the last 10 years.
We surveyed and interviewed top industry experts to reveal healthy home solutions for homeowners. We explore how people can achieve a healthy home in 2021.
We have compiled data from the U.S. Census into a timeline to highlight the change in the amount of AC units installed in new single-family homes over the last 45 years.
We have surveyed and interviewed top industry experts to shed a light on build-to-rent homes in 2021 and what is driving the continuing growth of this sector.
Homeowners can decide which projects to undertake by considering the best ROI home improvements. This is made easier with these visualizations of interior and exterior projects, with data from the Cost vs Value report.
Residential building permits can provide insight into the state of the US economy. This visualization shows total and per capita permits issued by state.
The lumber price continues to spike, but who is paying for it? This visualization and analysis breaks down how homebuilders and consumers will be affected.
Homeownership naturally leads to home improvements and renovations, but the spending on these projects varies a lot. To understand where Americans have spent money on their homes in recent years, we published a visualization showing which projects generated the most revenue.