A recent report by The Associated Press (AP) found that Americans are increasingly opting for home renovation instead of remodeling.
The AP reported that a majority of Americans are now opting to renovate their homes rather than remodel their own.
The Associated Public Press reported that the average cost of a home renovation increased from $7,000 in 2016 to $7.2 million in 2018, according to the data.
In 2018, more than a third of homeowners said they would renovate a home, up from 25 percent in 2016.
The report said that more than half of the homeowners surveyed said that renovating a home costs more than $100,000.
The American Institute of Architects said that the most common types of home renovations include replacing appliances, adding new furnishings, and adding a new floor plan.
A recent study by the Associated Press also found that there were more Americans than ever living with mental health issues.
The study found that 23 percent of Americans were living with a mental health condition in 2018.
It also said that mental health problems had increased by nearly threefold since 2014, with the number of people living with this condition increasing by more than 1.2 percent.
More than 1 million people are living with untreated mental health conditions in the United States, according the AP.
The news outlet also reported that people are becoming increasingly reluctant to seek help for mental health disorders in their homes.
The numbers have continued to increase, as people are increasingly living with severe mental illness.
The problem is that the only thing that they can do is go to their doctor and that’s not a good option, said Jessica Stokes, the director of policy and programs for the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
Stokes said that while the number one reason people with mental illness do not seek help is because of stigma, stigma can be very difficult to overcome and can have a devastating impact on the mental health of people with severe symptoms.
The National Alliance for Mental Illnesses said that it is critical that the public knows that people with psychiatric illnesses are not necessarily seeking treatment out of fear of stigma.
The organization added that they are often not getting the help they need.
“They have no choice but to seek professional help.
If we don’t work together, the mental illness will continue to worsen,” said Stokes.