If you love the look of wood, and want to incorporate an organic feel in your home, explore how homebuilders can create log, timberframe, and post and beam homes.
Walkthroughs give you the opportunity to make sure construction of your new home is going as planned. Use walkthroughs wisely by taking your time and being thorough.
Here are the 10 steps to building a new construction home from the moment your builder breaks ground on your lot, to the final inspection.
If you’re thinking about buying a new home you should check out your local Parade of Homes.
Today’s homebuilders are looking for ways to improve indoor air quality so their homeowners can enjoy a higher quality of life.
NewHomeSource sits down with Jonathan Passe, director of EnergyStar Residential Programs to explain what goes into an EnergyStar certified home.
It’s becoming more common to see several generations of one family living under the same roof. Homebuilders are responding to this emerging trend with multigenerational housing that gives each generation its own living space.
Today’s new homes are engineered to perform, with many highly engineered systems designed to work together.
NewHomeSource explores some of the trends in architecture found in the American Institute of Architects survey in 2015.
Think of your back yard and other outdoor spaces as an extension of your new home space, and make it beautiful and personal.
Trying to plan for your front, back, or side yard space? We’ve gathered some best landscaping practices to help you add value to your new home.
Infill construction lets homeowners build a new construction home close in a big city or established neighborhood, though there are some tradeoffs of building an infill property.
Learn the difference between a custom home and spec home, and which home type is right for you.