SEATTLE, WA – Home Improvement network launched a remodeling report for homes and neighborhoods using data from professionals in its network. is the first to use this resource providing free-of-charge access to home buyers using its site to search for new homes.

The Porch Home & Neighborhood Report includes home improvement project history, the cost and details of remodels and projects, background information for professionals that have previously worked on the home and neighborhood, and vital neighborhood statistics, such as how long neighbors have lived in their homes and the size, age, and cost of comparable neighborhood homes.

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“For millions of people, the home is the biggest investment they will ever make. We believe everyone should have easy and transparent access to data and insights that matter most so they can make good, informed decisions," said Matt Ehrlichman, chief executive officer of Porch. "Through this relationship, we have the opportunity to use the power of the data in the Porch Home Improvement Network to provide relevant insights to consumers who visit for-sale homes on"

Earlier this year Lowe's announced a strategic partnership with The deal, which started with 139 stores in North and South Carolina and in the Seattle area, allowed Lowe's customers to search for home improvement services on's network of 1.5 million professionals.

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