NewHomeSource breaks down panelized homes, so you can decide if this affordable home option is right for you.
NewHomeSource explores the factors that differentiate new construction homes from resale houses, so you can buy the right type for your lifestyle.
Find out how you determine how much mortgage you can afford for your first home.
By tearing down an older home that’s beyond repair, you can have the newly built home you want in an established community. But, before you go searching for a home to demolish, there are a few things to consider.
Financing a new home can seem confusing. NewHomeSource has your guide to financing your home, from how to choose a lender, the types of available loans, to figuring out credit scores.
NewHomeSource explores how demographic changes are impacting American home designs and floorplans.
Here is a step by step look at the mortgage process, a full guide to securing financing for your new construction home.
An architect may be your first choice when you building your home or you can choose a design-build firm that both designs and builds the home. Here’s what you should know about both options.
Want to live in an urban environment that’s bustling with people? Condo living may be your ideal option.
Can’t get a mortgage from traditional lenders? Intra-family financing may be a solution to your homebuying dreams.
Do you benefit from the mortgage interest deduction? There are some possible changes coming along that you should be aware of.
Today’s new home buyers include more single women and those born outside of the United States, as well as those living in multigenerational households.
NewHomeSource has everything you need to know about mortgage and settlement changes in your home loan processes.
You need homeowner’s insurance to protect your new home, your investment, and your property. Learn what gets covered by homeowners insurance, and how to pick the right policy for you.
Transit orientated communities let people invest in affordable new homes in walkable communities, without nightmare commutes.
What kind of home shopper are you? One who prefers a new home, a resale home, or either. NewHomeSource explains the benefits of both.