Homeowners spent $624 billion on home restore and improvement tasks during the two-year period lined by the 2021 American Housing Survey. This marks a doubling, from about $300 billion, in only a decade. The share of homeowners “easily” capable of pay for enhancements decreased. Elizabeth Renter spends her time looking for client takeaways in datasets and crunching numbers for all things personal finance. Her work has been cited by The New York Times, The Washington Post, the “Today” show, CNBC and elsewhere. Prior to joining NerdWallet in 2014, she was a freelance journalist.
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