The Real Estate Industry Is Ground Zero in the Fight Against Racial Inequality

Last updated:September 9, 2021 This is my final article in a series about housing affordability. In previous articles, I talk about the role of the property industry in the housing affordability crisis, public housing’s role in reducing poverty, the tax credits that are shaping our affordable housing industry, and the new strategies to create what

The Home Office Furniture Industry Trends Include Technological Innovations Like 3D Modelling

Home Office Furniture Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Growth And Change The Business Research Company’s Home Office Furniture Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Growth And Change LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, July 21, 2021 / — The launch of 3D modelling and other technological innovations in the furniture world is a key trend in the home

Company Insights for the Furniture and Home Furnishing Wholesale Industry

NEW YORK, July 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — BizVibe has identified adoption of RFID in warehouses as a major trend for the furniture and home furnishing wholesale industry. The integration of RFID technology with sophisticated warehouse management systems lowers operating costs and increases the speed and accuracy for furniture and home furnishing merchant wholesalers. This trend

Building a Home? Here Are 7 Major Industry Changes You Should Know for 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic changed nearly every aspect of our lives, including, perhaps most notably, our relationships with our homes. Our living spaces suddenly became the epicenter of our lives, instead of simply a place we returned to at the end of the day. But as lockdown-induced restlessness set in, many people became dissatisfied with their

LA Tech Companies Shake Up Real Estate Industry Norms

Clutter Inc. picks up and delivers boxes into storage units. Lindsay McLean, founder and chief executive of Home-Lister Inc., said the idea for the company came to her after working with a real estate agent to sell her first home.“She’s a top-rated agent. She’s fantastic,” McLean said. “But I got to the sale and sold

Lumber surge adds new challenge for Louisville homebuilding industry | In-depth

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Mike Metzkes could sell a lot more new-construction houses – especially in the “entry level” market of $200,000 to $250,000. Demand isn’t his problem. Instead, surging lumber prices and the availability of skilled workers like construction managers leave the Louisville division of Arbor Homes and its local subsidiary Elites Homes throttling