With the rebounding market, homeowners are thinking less about moving and more about renovating.
According to the latest survey from Houzz, with the exception of Millennials, the majority of U.S. homeowners (66 percent) who are remodeling plan to stay in their home for the long term.
More than 135,000 respondents took the third annual Houzz & Home survey.
While homeowners remain cautious about the economy, three quarters of those surveyed (74 percent) said their local housing market has improved, and there was a significant drop in the percentage of homeowners who said funding their renovation project or staying on budget was a challenge this year (19 percent versus 27 percent in 2013).
The topic of landscaping was also addressed in the survey with key findings, including: