Homebuyers rarely find the home of their dreams without making some kind of change. For many, that change is directed toward the kitchen, where 84% upgraded their lighting, according to a 2017 study by U.S. Houzz Kitchen Trends. However, for future homebuyers, this may not be the case in the future. A new kind of real estate broker is finding the right homes for families by answering any residential question you ask, including what type of lighting is in the … Continue reading “New Real Estate Broker In California Is a Robot”
Uponor Invests $6.5 Million In New Facility, 11th Thus FarPosted on July 31, 2017Categories Featured News Leave a comment on Uponor Invests $6.5 Million In New Facility, 11th Thus Far
Indoor plumbing dates back to 2500 B.C., and a lot has changed since then. The tools, the basic layouts, and the purposes of the utility might all look a little similar, but there probably wasn’t as high a demand for plumbers. Or plumbing fixtures. Situations like increasing drought-like conditions around the world, aging water distribution plants, and drainage systems in need of replacement, have created a need for more fixtures. The market size is expected to continue to grow well … Continue reading “Uponor Invests $6.5 Million In New Facility, 11th Thus Far”
Furniture Markets To See Dramatic Growth By 2023Posted on July 28, 2017Categories Featured, Featured News Leave a comment on Furniture Markets To See Dramatic Growth By 2023
The furniture market is massive, with total sales of $101.41 billion in 2013, and it’s only expected to continue growing. Furniture is the third most expensive thing a family will purchase after a house and a car. And with more and more millennials entering the housing market in coming years, the industry can only grow further. In fact, experts are actually predicting that the industry will reach a massive $186.5 billion by 2023. One report, by Credence Research, explains why … Continue reading “Furniture Markets To See Dramatic Growth By 2023”
What Does The Trump Administration’s Increase On Steel Import Prices Mean For Auto Makers?Posted on July 26, 2017March 18, 2020Categories Featured Leave a comment on What Does The Trump Administration’s Increase On Steel Import Prices Mean For Auto Makers?
In 1953, when the very first Corvette came out, the price of steel was very different than it is today. That first Corvette was available for $3,513, which would have been quite the sum. But the price of steel is on the minds of many in the auto industry today, with concerns over how President Trump’s administration will handle the imports of the valuable metal. Kristin Dziczek, Director of Industry, Labor, and Economics at the Center for Automotive Research in … Continue reading “What Does The Trump Administration’s Increase On Steel Import Prices Mean For Auto Makers?”
How Would President Trump’s Steel Tariffs Affect Auto Industry?Posted on July 26, 2017July 26, 2017Categories Featured News Leave a comment on How Would President Trump’s Steel Tariffs Affect Auto Industry?
Now that President Trump’s “Made in America” week has concluded, what exactly is the state of Made in America products? Since the beginning of his campaign, the 45th president has pledged to protect Made in the USA goods and vowed to reverse trade deals and offshoring practices that hurt U.S. workers. During Made in America week, President Trump delivered a speech in front of manufacturing executives from all 50 states, and he had nothing but kind words for these job … Continue reading “How Would President Trump’s Steel Tariffs Affect Auto Industry?”
High Temperatures And Humidity Raises HVAC DemandPosted on July 19, 2017Categories Featured News Leave a comment on High Temperatures And Humidity Raises HVAC Demand
The United States HVAC industry employs some 301,123 people currently, with that number expected to grow exponentially over the course of the next few years. The HVAC equipment demand is on the rise, with figures putting it at $12.3 billion by 2021, and that’s just in the commercial sectors. The demand is projected to see a 3% increase per year, and the residential markets are expected to be even stronger. This naturally means that many shops and companies can expect … Continue reading “High Temperatures And Humidity Raises HVAC Demand”
Party Store Sells For $3.2 Million In Future District DetroitPosted on July 10, 2017Categories Featured Leave a comment on Party Store Sells For $3.2 Million In Future District Detroit
A lot of factors go into a business sale, especially as the businesses get bigger, with one of the key things being the care of the employees post sale. But what about when the business being sold has been closed for months? Then things get a lot easier. Just recently, a party store near Little Caesars Arena was sold for a jaw-dropping $3.2 million. The store was one of two stores on Cass Corridor recently bought by a business entity … Continue reading “Party Store Sells For $3.2 Million In Future District Detroit”