If you’d like to buy a home in an HOA-managed neighborhood, depending on whether you go suburban or rural, there are some differences in benefits. Let’s look at which each one offers.
An appraisal is a third-party evaluation that determines the value of your home after you agree to an offer. Here’s what you need to know about this make-or-break step in the home-selling process.
When you trade in your “for sale” sign for “SOLD,” you unlock more steps in the home-selling process, from appraisals to home inspections to closing. Here’s a look at what to expect in the final stages of selling your home.
A lot of work happens behind the scenes before a “for sale” sign goes up outside of a home. From staging your home to preparing a marketing strategy, here’s a look at the first key steps in the home-selling process.
Buyers put down the bulk of the cash in a real estate transaction, but sellers don’t get off scot-free. Here’s what you can expect to pay as a home seller.
The snow outside is thawing and flowers are in full bloom – Spring has sprung and it’s time to air out our cozy homes, shake off the long winter and usher in the new season! The arrival of Spring signals another annual milestone – Spring cleaning. While it may seem like a chore, Spring cleaning …
There are a lot of little tasks that go in to selling your home. We’ve got you covered with this step-by-step guide to make the process easier.
When’s a smart time to buy a new home? That depends on what your needs are. If you have a growing family, you may consider buying a home in the spring.
Need a hand with your new home building process? We’ve got a simple, step-by-step guide to choosing the perfect floor plan for you.
There are many reasons why some lots cost more than others in the same new-home community, including magnificent views.
From knowing you’re the first homeowner to smelling that new home smell, there are a lot of reasons to prefer new construction homes.
Ready to get organized in 2020? Here are five easy projects to help you get started.
A builder’s sales professional is your key to getting to know your builder and everything about their homes, the community and surrounding neighborhood.
We break down what you need to know about buying a new home if your’re looking to share a mortgage with with friends or relatives.
As you save for a down payment, you may find that certain loan types don’t require 20 percent down. New Home Source outlines different home loans and how they can affect your wallet.
You’ve decided to buy a new home, NewHomeSource breaks down when is the best time to actually close on the house.
Is it time for you to buy a new home? NewHomeSource explores ten signs that indicate you need to invest in a new construction house.
Building your new home on a smaller lot can help you save money on buying your new home.
A builder’s on-site sales staff is a great resource when buying a new home. Whether you’re trying to decide which lot to purchase or have questions about the loan process, on-site sales staff can lead you in the right direction.
The joy of finding a new home can be quickly dashed by notification the seller has rejected your offer. Learn more about why offers are rejected, and where to go from there.
Ready to make an offer on the home of your dreams, but not sure how to do that? Here’s a step by step guide on what you should include in your purchase offer.
Lennar Homes helps first-time homebuyers on their journey to homeownership by helping pay off student loans.
If you didn’t qualify for a home loan, don’t panic. NewHomeSource can guide you through the steps you should take to get financing for your new home.
Learn about the home construction loan, a great alternative to conventional mortgages to help finance a custom home.
Learn what you need to know about home insurance, so you can get the right amount of coverage for your new home.
Mortgages can be confusing. NewHomeSource has a handy guide to mortgage terminology, so you know exactly what’s going on with your home loan.
Before you start your journey to homeownership on the right foot. NewHomeSource’s guide to the basics of home shopping gives you all the information you need.
Learn why you should buy a new construction home when you start your journey to homeownership.
NewHomeSource has a handy guide to buying your new home from starting the shopping process to everything about financing.
If you’re thinking about buying a new construction home, NewHomeSource has a guide for managing your search for the perfect house.