If you’re building your new home in a hot climate, you need to take some considerations in the design and construction of the house.
Need help making sense of your builder warranty? Here are a few tips to help make sure your new home is covered.
Insulation is way more than just a bunch of pink fluff. Your new home’s insulation really matters, and could save you money in the long run.
Building a custom home is a complex task and one that involves the expertise of both an architect and builder.
NewHomeSource explores the different roofing options available to new home shoppers, and what they need to know about each roof type.
Visiting your new home while it’s under construction is exciting, but it’s important you schedule any visits to the home site with our builder before you show up.
There are a lot of options when it comes to selecting a builder. National, regional or local … which one is right for you?
Debating between a stick-built home and a modular home? We break down the costs of each for easy comparison
New home builders give home shoppers their forever home, letting them move right into their dream home.
If you want to build your new home in Austin, NewHomeSource breaks down how long it takes to build a new construction house deep in the heart of Austin.
Homeowner actions have a real impact on how long it takes to build a new home, learn how you can help your construction team help you get into your new home on time.
Design a holistic, healthy home when you build your dream house. NewHomeSource has tips to incorporate wellness into every facet of your home.
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.
After a natural disaster, homeowners have to pick up the pieces, and rebuild their home. NewHomeSource shows you a clear path to rebuilding after a disaster.
There are many people involved in your new home purchase – so it’s important to know how to choose the right team for your needs.
55+ people looking for their retirement home should consider buying new, and getting the best house for their new lifestyle.
Building a new home in the nation’s capital? You can find all types of housing in Washington, D.C., with different building timelines to suit your needs.
Considering buying a lot and building a new home? Check out our tips for finding and evaluating a great piece of land.
NewHomeSource has a complete guide to the home building process. Everything you need to know about what happens when you build your house.
As homeowners increasingly look for eco-friendly features in new homes, homebuilders are using recycled construction materials for a more sustainable building process.
Finding the right piece of property for your dream home is a big decision. Before you commit to buying a vacant tract, here are five factors to consider.
Your builder is there to support you, but it might not always feel like that when they’re the bearer of bad news. Here are a few tips to help ease the tension in your relationship.
When Sara Willoughby was 14 years old, she became bedridden with debilitating health problems. “I wasn’t able to do much more than roll over,” she recalls. “I needed help with basic activities like bathing and eating.” After being diagnosed with sensitivity to mold and other chemicals in their Washington-state home, the family decided to move …
Don’t let DIY turn into DI-Why! NewHomeSource has 10 upgrades you should include in your home plan when building your new house.
Wildfires are not only growing more common, but more intense. Scientists attribute the outbreak to drier, hotter conditions brought on by global warming. A warmer lower atmosphere sucks additional moisture out of plants, dead vegetation, and the soil, creating tinder-dry conditions. The trend also stems from the fact that more and more humans are living …
Torn between buying and building a tiny house? We break down the costs so you know what to expect from buying your floor plan to walking in the door.
Not all baby boomers want to downsize when they retire. Learn why you might want to upsize when you start your golden years.
If you want a totally eco-friendly home, consider building one that’s LEED-certified. But what is LEED certification and how do you get it? Follow our LEED certification guide to find out.
The National Association of Home Builders is determined to find out what 55+ new home shoppers want and need in their next house. Here’s what we learned from the February 2019 event.
If you are building your dream home, follow these tips for visiting the construction site to ensure you can check in on your house without causing any delays or safety problems.