Need a home office? A flex room offers homeowners a chance to personalize their home to fit their needs.
NewHomeSource has everything you need to know about staircases in your new home.
Closing on your home is the final step to your journey to homeownership. NewHomeSource breaks down everything you need to know about closing costs, and builder closing incentives.
How much of a down payment do you really need to buy a house? While the answer is situational, the typical range for a new home down payment is 3.5 percent to 20 percent.
Go big or go (to a small) home? Choosing your new home’s size depends on what your family needs and wants and how you will use your home.
High demand for housing and limited inventory make 2018 one of the most competitive housing markets in recorded history.
Things happen. NewHomeSource has seven easy ways to make your new home safer.
NewHomeSources has some tips for home shoppers looking to build their forever home that they’ll love for a lifetime.
If you’re updating your existing house, NewHomeSource has interviewed contractors, so you can know what to look for in a contractor.
Builders give back! Level Homes helps nonprofit Operation Coming Home give a wounded veteran a free home.
Resilient cities offer many ways for residents to get around, aside from driving. Cities and communities that are walkable and bikable mean better options for residents.
Buying your newly built dream home later life makes sense, particularly if you are downsizing or want to have a separate suite for guests, adult children or aging parents.
Before you start designing or decorating your new home, you need to choose the right color scheme for your style.
New homes live large. Learn how homebuilders make their new construction houses feel more spacious.
NewHomeSource breaks down everything you need to know about financing and securing a mortgage for a condo.
Is it better to have a builder warranty on a new home, or a resale home’s service contract? NewHomeSource explores what they are and what they mean.
There are many reasons why some lots cost more than others in the same new-home community, including magnificent views.
This new home won’t require repairs or renovations any time soon, unlike a resale home, making them worth more than a used house.
NewHomeSource explores the different roofing options available to new home shoppers, and what they need to know about each roof type.
NewHomeSource takes you on a tour of Ascaya, a master planned community that embraces luxury living in a Las Vegas mountain.
New home builders give home shoppers their forever home, letting them move right into their dream home.
A recent study by Juwai, a top Chinese portal for international real estate, found that Chinese buyers favor new homes in the US.
Downsizing for more space? How does that work? A smaller new-construction home can feel more spacious because of efficient and open-concept floor plans.
Rocks, stones, bricks, oh my! A nicely designed landscape adds form and function to any outdoor landscape.
If you are still in a lease but are planning on building a home, your builder or Realtor may work with you to get in early or right when your lease ends.
When disaster hits and your home is destroyed or damaged, it’s time to decide if you want to rebuild or walk away.
Builder upgrade or DIY? If you are considering installing some options after you move into your new home, it’s important to consider the costs and complexity of the project.
Building your new home on a smaller lot can help you save money on buying your new home.
Explore some of the exciting high-tech innovations found in modern new homes.
Agrihood communities let homeowners reconnect with nature. These great communities let you enjoy nature and community gardening.