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With economy on cruise control, home buyers readjust aspirations

Consumer expectations that the Trump administration's pro-business and anti-tax policies would give a big boost to the economy have eroded in recent months as legislation has stalled in Washington. While consumers feel good about their...

source: By Michael J. Berens
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With U.S. Congress members focused during their August recess on finding ways to lower the corporate tax rate, industry groups and other sectors of society are gearing up to fight proposed changes to the personal income tax. While tax cuts for business have garnered the...

source: Reuters

With Point Breeze and Newbold bustling with new development on the west side of the city, and with East Passyunk experiencing the same directly to the east, it’s surprising that a corridor as large as South Broad Street has only recently drawn interest from large Philadelphia...

source: The Philadelphia Inquirer

Home prices are rising in the midstate as the inventory of homes for sale remains remains tight. The Realtors Association of York & Adams Counties reported a 1 percent drop in July sales for York County, while the median-sale price rose 2 percent to $175,000 for the...

source: Central Penn Business Journal

By far, your remodeling business's most important brand asset is its name. After all, it’s your business name that clients see when they arrive at your office door and that they pass along when referring friends. But if you don’t...

source: Remodeling

Labor and subcontractor shortages have become even more widespread in July of 2017 than they were in June of 2016, according to single-family builders responding to special questions on the NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index survey.

source: Eye On Housing

Contractors have to be ready for surprises, but they aren’t necessarily fans of them — especially ones that require extra work and may lead to fines. Surprises that involve the federal government? You can stop there. It’s enough of a hassle to bid on jobs...

source: Capterra Construction Management Blog


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