07302014 Home Depot Names Decker Executive Vp Of Merchandising | Article | News Archives | Rug News

Home prices in region rise, but slower than national pace – Business – NorthJersey.com

A 14-year veteran of The Home Depot, Decker recently served as the senior vice president of retail finance, pricing analytics and assortment planning for the company where he played an integral role in the company’s merchandising transformation, leading the implementation of new pricing and analytics processes, as well as new merchandise planning and assortment tools. “Decker’s business acumen and retail experience have enabled him to serve as a broad contributor to our success in the marketplace over the past several years,” said Menear. “His leadership and strategic expertise make him a perfect fit to lead our merchandising team going forward.” Prior to joining The Home Depot in 2000, Decker held various positions in strategic planning, business development, finance and treasury at Kimberly-Clark Corp. and Scott Paper Co. http://www.rugnews.com/ME2/dirmod.asp?sid=0DAB59D70A93452A92E82D8312BEFBAA&nm=News+Archives&type=Publishing&mod=Publications%3A%3AArticle&mid=B057D339E04A4FFF99DB9FEEB9BDA02F&tier=4&id=C6C40D814FED41FEBE6DD1F6C80E49CD

Home values in the region have not rebounded as strongly as national numbers because they didnt fall as far during the housing bust. In addition, while the worst of the foreclosure crisis has passed in most of the nation, New Jersey is still dealing with distressed properties going through the process. Foreclosed properties tend to sell at a significant discount. http://www.northjersey.com/news/business/home-prices-in-region-rise-but-slower-than-national-pace-1.1058756

Lincoln Park, Mahogany Row to receive Housing Authority renovations | WHNT.com

The windows are set to be more energy efficient and better looking. There was some lead-based paint thats being remediated, thats part of the scope of the services that will be given to that subdivision, said Lindsay Pollard, public relations officer for the Huntsville Housing Authority. Each Lincoln Park window is supposed to be screened in, but many dont have them, and need the change the new double-paned windows will bring. http://whnt.com/2014/07/31/lincoln-park-mahogany-row-to-receive-housing-authority-renovations/


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