Home Improvement Retailers Battle For Sites | Bayside Bulletin

Maximizing Your Home Improvement Dollar – MainStreet

It is expected that, as sites get harder to come by, but as inner city apartments increase, these stores will opt for more sophisticated online offerings, with bigger storage warehouses established on the outer rings of the metropolitan area. * MSCI and S&P Dow Jones Indices have announced a consultation with the broader investment community on the potential changes to the GICS (global industry classification standards) structure in 2015. Now, real estate is an industry group under the larger financials sector umbrella. The consultation document states real estate is the least correlated among the industry groups in the financials sector and the proposal is to carve out real estate as its own sector. http://www.baysidebulletin.com.au/story/2350964/home-improvement-retailers-battle-for-sites/

Good prices drive us to our favorite home improvement retailer, but ultimately it’s a helpful staff and excellent service that keeps us coming back. And while the big box national brands may have the highest profiles, consumers favor smaller shops and a privately-held regional chain most, according to the J.D. Power 2014 Home Improvement Retailer Satisfaction Study. http://www.mainstreet.com/article/real-estate/improvements/maximizing-your-home-improvement-dollar

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