Many communities have a large mid-twentieth century housing stock dating from the boom era of post World War II to the 1970s. This period saw the expansion of towns and cities and the development of modern suburban neighborhoods. Houses built during this time reflected the changing and varied residential architectural styles and materials used in construction. As these neighborhoods age, communities are realizing that they can take an active role in encouraging reinvestment to maintain character and property values in a large portion of their housing stock.
Frazier Associates has worked with several communities to develop home enhancement guides. Geared toward homeowners and potential buyers, the guides address issues ranging from modernization of plans and additions, to curb appeal improvements and resources for completing a renovation project.