Remodeling to-do lists expand
Posted on Friday, August 24, 2012 at 3:55:24 PM
The traditional home-project to-do list is lengthening for many homeowners. As the effects of the recession start to recede, more property owners are beginning to invest in their homes and landscapes. Projects of various styles, purposes and prices are underway across the nation.
The improving economy is boosting Americans' confidence levels and their interest in spending a bit of money to strengthen their home's value, according to U.S. News and World Report.
"Remodeling is something people still want to do, and we think there's a lot of pent-up demand there," Sal Alfano, editorial director at REMODELING magazine, told the news source. "They have postponed some of the work but they haven't gotten jaded."
The decreasing costs associated with home improvement financing as rates remain low, and increased return on investment are enticing many property owners. U.S. News and World Report claims that remodeling suppliers and craftsman are seeing an increase in demand for their services or products. A homeowner interested in financing their to-do list may want to apply for financing from Home Loan Investment Bank for affordable rates and exceptional service.