Between wading through rooms stacked with moving boxes and deep cleaning every corner and crevice of the home, the days leading up to moving day can be chaotic. While you may be frantically packing books, clothes, and knick-knacks, it’s worth thinking strategically about what to pack last in case you need something that ends up …
Buying a New Home
Homebuyers in search of more space and affordability began moving inland and south prior to the pandemic. The surge in remote work accelerated that trend and shifted the housing market further.
Buyers who hope to move into a newly built home by the end of the year may find more options available this fall – if they hurry.
Wondering if it is worth it to buy that dream home on a golf course? Read on to see if a golf course home makes financial sense.
Solar lighting offers a money-saving method for lighting both indoor and outdoor spaces in new homes located in sunny regions.
Moving can be expensive, but it doesn’t have to break the bank. Here are 7 tips to help save money on your next move.
Have an extra room or two in your new home? Here are 9 creative ways to use the space.
Planning an upcoming move with little ones or furry friends? Here’s how to ensure that you make your move go smoothly.
NewHomeSource has all the information you need to know about virtual design center visits, and how to make the most of this important stage of designing your new home.
When selling your home, you want to sell quickly and for as much as possible. And that comes down to timing. We look at how you can take advantage of good timing (and avoid the bad) to get the most out of your home sale.
If you’re shopping for a new home, you can tour model homes from the comfort of your couch. Here is your guide to taking video tours of model homes.
Considering selling your home but unsure if it’s the right move? Here are 9 reasons why it might be the best route for you to take.
With all this financial uncertainty, it may seem odd to consider buying a home. But due to several factors both here and abroad, now might just be the perfect time to buy.
Technology has made it easier than ever to shop for a new home online. If you’re relocating, or buying a new home site unseen, here is how to close on a house remotely.
With the world grappling with COVID-19 and the resulting economic uncertainty, mortgage rates in the U.S. have dropped to record lows. NewHomeSource examines what they could mean for new homebuyers or homeowners looking to refinance.
With the wealth of technology available nowadays, you can take your home search completely digital when you need to. Here are 8 steps to finding your new home online.
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.
If your builder offers you allowances, like on flooring that you plan on purchasing elsewhere, it’s important to know the limitations of these deals.
Figuring out if you should sell your current home before you buy your new home can be stressful, unless you create a plan of action.
Understand your new home sales contract. NewHomeSource interviews Realtor Brian Rayl and Broker Dianne Langston to figure sales contracts out.
Most people wonder why escrow accounts are necessary. An escrow account allows homeowners to pay bills, such as property taxes and homeowners insurance, over a 12-month period, rather than in one lump sum.
NewHomeSource breaks down the nine steps that happen when you close on your new home.
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.
Trying to decide if building a new home is right for you? Here’s a breakdown of how much you can expect to pay.
If you’re on your journey to homeownership, you should consider these factors for why you should buy a new home.
Are you ready to buy a new home? NewHomeSource has some things you need to consider before you start your journey to homeownership.
Want peace of mind? Buy a new home, which comes with the added benefit of no costly repairs and low energy costs
Homebuilders deliver the top ten features home shoppers want in their new homes that simply cannot be easily found in used houses.
This new home won’t require repairs or renovations any time soon, unlike a resale home, making them worth more than a used house.
Debating between a stick-built home and a modular home? We break down the costs of each for easy comparison