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Buying a New Home
NewHomeSource breaks down eight common misconceptions about buying and building a new home, so you can make your journey to homeownership easy.
Comparing builders based on these key principles is a great way to help you make the right choice.
Homebuyers are foregoing bigger homes for smaller ones that offer more feature they want, like bigger rooms and walk-in closets.
Are you a new homebuyer looking for a seamless shopping experience? Here are some common dos and don’ts of shopping for a new home.
Virtual mortgages offer homebuyers a faster, more secure option than tradition paper-based mortgage applications.
Thinking about buying a home? Before you start touring models, keep these common first-time homebuyer mistakes in mind.
Studies indicate that buyer incentives may be back on the menu as a way to offset a slowing home buying market.
NewHomeSource explores common home buying incentives, and if they can hurt or help homeowners maintain their home’s value in the long run.
If your new years resolution includes getting into a new home, NewHomeSource has some tips that can help you on your journey to homeownership.
Explore new home communities in hipster approved cities known for their great culture and amazing music festivals.
NewHomeSource explores why Palm Beach County is a fantastic place to move. Palm Beach County’s great economy and fun beach-side lifestyle make it the perfect spot for your new home.
Everyone talks about how buying a home is an investment. Here’s some advice on how to make sure your investment is a good one.
Learn more about the internet of things, and how it’s impacting new construction homes and the housing market.
NewHomeSource has nine questions you need to ask before you buy a new home or townhome in a downtown area.
NewHomeSource has some considerations for anyone thinking about buying a flipped home instead of buying new.
Home shoppers are increasingly looking for new home in urban hubs so they can save time and energy as they live their lives.
What kind of home shopper are you? One who prefers a new home, a resale home, or either. NewHomeSource explains the benefits of both.
Want tips to reduce your environmental impact by installing an alternative to your traditional turf lawn? We’ve got some ideas to get you started.
NewHomeSource walks you through some of the government backed loan options available to rural homebuyers.
NewHomeSource has a handy glossary with the terms you need to know as you navigate financing your new home.
No matter how much you love your new home, nobody likes moving. NewHomeSource has moving tips that will make your move a little more bearable.
Simple precautions can help keep your online identity safe when you shop for your new home with these tips from NewHomeSource.
You’ve done your homework and are ready to shop for a new home. Next: Get preapproved for a loan. But will that ensure you’ll be able to purchase your dream home?
Stressed about the move, or worried the new house won’t feel like home? Here are some tips to help settle your nerves.
You’ve moved in to your new home, and now you’re done – right? Maybe not. Here are a few things you should do in the first few weeks in your new home.
How much down payment do you really need to buy a new house? Conventional wisdom says 20 percent but today’s mortgage programs offer plenty of alternatives.
Shopping for square footage or price per square foot isn’t always the best route when home buying. Here’s why.
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 …
There’s an undeniable romance associated with buying a fixer-upper and creating your dream home, but the reality is more often a nightmare. New construction offers the same dream home result with less fuss.