One of the biggest issues facing the construction industry is the lack of trained, skilled workers. This started during the 2008 recession when about half of the skilled labor force in the home building industry found themselves out of work because their company folded. Without steady work, these painters, carpenters, masons, tile experts, and others were forced to change careers or seek employment in other industries. Even though the housing market has recovered, these professionals haven’t returned. They’re settled in other jobs now, and there’s not a huge number of replacement laborers out there.
type of home: Parade of Homes
area: City of Franklin
subdivision: Ryanwood Manor
House #: TBD
total sq. ft.: TBD
Home is a place where families are formed, and lives are built. It’s the place where one can go after a long day of work to unwind and enjoy the night. Home isn’t just a structure designed solely to give shelter – it is a part of you and a part of your family’s history. This is why it can be so difficult to move into a new home. Nobody wants to leave behind their memories and give up their comfort.
Selling your home is a lengthy process that almost always takes longer than anyone expects. If you are a first-time seller, you are likely in for a lot more than you expect. Home sales aren’t only about getting your house on the market, but about doing everything you can to make it the best house on the market. No matter when you are selling, there is going to be competition, and you should assume that the potential buyer is going to be very thorough in their research.
Belman Homes president and host of the Home Building Hero podcast, David Belman, shares some observations from his trip to the International Builders Show. Accent Colors With mattes and warm, earthy tones, subtle elegance is woven through the most prominent 2019 color themes, from hardware accents to alternative appliance finishes to wall paint. In…