Reasons to Exhibit
Why your company should participate in the Philadelphia Home Show:
> You can reach a year's worth of customers in 6 days
> Be part of an ideal sales environment where consumers can feel, touch, compare and BUY your products and services.
> Experience tremendous sales…resulting in follow-up sales throughout the year.
> Participate in the largest and most comprehensive home show in the Greater Philly Region.
> Consumers who attend this show will spend millions of dollars with exhibitors in the three months following the show…GRAB YOUR SHARE OF THE SALES!
> Take the guesswork out of where your advertising dollars should be spent.
Remodeling Magazine listed the Top 100 US markets for REMODELING. They measured the overall level of remodeling activity nationally against activity in 2007, the baseline year.
Philadelphia ranks as #10!
Remodeling dollars are being spent HERE. Grab YOUR share by meeting qualified homeowners with specific projects in mind!
U.S. News Report:
Find out where Americans are spending their 130 Billion.
Americans Boost Spending on Remodeling
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Excerpted from "Americans Boost Spending on Remodeling: Homeowners Doled Out $130 Billion Last Year for Renovations"
- Homeowners spent $130 billion on remodeling projects last year, according to data released February 3, 2014 by the U.S. Census Bureau. That was up 3.1% from 2012 and was the largest amount of home-remodeling spending since 2007, the year that the housing downturn began.
- Permits for remodeling jobs in the U.S. rose 5.1% last year from 2012, the largest increase since 2010, according to permit-tracking company BuildFax.
- Home-equity lending--which sank to its lowest level of the past 10 years in 2010--jumped 18% last year to 123.4 billion, according to estimates by Moody's Analytics.
- According to real estate data firm CoreLogic, two-thirds of all U.S. homeowners had at least 20% equity in their homes as of last year's third quarter, up from 53.2% two years earlier.
- Rising spending on remodeling is in contrast to recent signs of slowing in new-home construction activity, indicating that a growing number of consumers have decided that upgrading their home might be a better investment than buying a new one.
By Kris Hudson
February 3, 2014