If you’re selling your current house before you buy and build your new home, you might want to renovate it, so it will sell faster. NewHomeSource has the information you need to know about presale home renovations.
Explore the latest innovations in manufactured and modular housing, so you can decide if this is the right home type for you.
NewHomeSource breaks down why you need title insurance for your new home, and how to shop for the best deal.
Explore Margaritaville, Jimmy Buffett branded retirement communities perfect for parrotheads!
New home window options give homeowners all the natural light they could ever want, while still maintaining privacy.
A down payment assistance program or homeownership program can help first-time buyers purchase a home sooner than they expected. There are a variety of programs out there to help.
A build-on-your-lot home offers you the opportunity to design and build your dream home on the land you love.
NewHomeSource explores the different home types available to 55+ home shoppers, and how they impact Baby Boomers’ desired lifestyle.
If you’re relocating, and hoping to buy a new home, you might have to close on a house you haven’t seen. NewHomeSource has tips for buying a house site unseen.
If you’re living in a tiny house, or just a small house, NewHomeSource has some tips to living large, and making your home feel spacious.
Mixed-use developments encourage homeowners to really take advantage of community and neighborhood amenities.
Do you know what your new home is made of? Knowing about the exterior materials that make up your home means you can have a more durable and efficient home.
NewHomeSource explores the latest trends in home design, so you can know what’s in and out in new homes.
It’s important to consider any HOA or condo fees you’ll have to pay to determine if you can afford the monthly fees, along with mortgage payments.
First-time buyers can find a newly built home that can meet their budget, needs and lifestyle.
Townhomes are great home types, even if you have a family! NewHomeSoruce explores why townhomes are great for families.
New homes increasingly include California rooms, beautiful outdoor rooms that incorporate kitchens or living spaces, in their layouts.
NewHomeSource explores the idea that open floorplans might be closing, and what this means for your new home.
Glass walls that disappear or fold enhance a home by extending living space and by allowing homeowners to enjoy the view of their outdoor spaces year round.
Community clubhouses are popular amenities in new home neighborhoods. NewHomeSource has 15 ways you can use your community clubhouse to get the most of your amenity package.
Whether you design a minimalist kitchen from the start or incorporate these ideas later, here’s how to go full “Marie Kondo” in the kitchen.
Multigenerational housing has become a major trend in new home design. NewHomeSource shows you how to shop and buy a home for multigenerational living.
If you love sleek lines and a sleek atheistic, you’ll love industrial style. NewHomeSource explores the industrial style, and how to use it in your home.
There are a lot of options when it comes to selecting a builder. National, regional or local … which one is right for you?
Forget Millennials. Gen X homebuyers are looking for a home that focuses on functionality, while also allowing them to stay active.
With amenities like community gardens and pickleball courts, 55-plus communities offer edgier amenities to help homebuyers stay active and engaged.
Co-working spaces, introduced in hotels as well as condos are designed to foster connection between residents, particularly for those who work from home.
The floor plans of new construction homes are changing in response to how people want to live. NewHomeSource explores these changes.
If you’re considering a 55-plus community but don’t mind being around young families, a community-within-a-community might be the perfect solution. New Home Source takes a look at these neighborhoods that offer the best of both worlds.
If you’re relocating, or you want a new house without waiting on the construction time line, you should consider living in a quick move-in or spec home.