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Ever wondered what makes a home Spanish in style, past the stucco walls and red roof tiles? We take a closer look at this influential design style prevalent in the southwest United States.
The Cape Cod home style is a longstanding favorite among home designs. Here’s everything you need to know about this American classic.
Know the dos and don’ts of touring a model home so you can choose the right home for you and your family.
Before you decide on a home plan, you need to choose between a one and two story home. We explore the pros and cons of living in these two home types.
Looking to escape the stress of everyday life by running to live on an island? Here’s the inside scoop on how some have accomplished just that.
How do you know which home search site is serving you best? Let’s take a closer look at how these sites gather their listings, and what factors rank some above others.
Pampering yourself with an outdoor shower or a screened porch for a newly built home personalizes your home, but some buyers use their imaginations to take customization to another level.
NewHomeSource explores what 55+ home shoppers actually want in their retirement homes and in their new communities.
55+ homebuyers enjoy their community’s amenities. Many 55+ communities provide social activities and ways to stay active and entertained, while other provide medical services and assistance with daily activities.
Retirees have special concerns when getting ready to pack up and move into their new retirement home. NewHomeSource breaks down everything you need to know before you move.
There are several myths floating around regarding master planned communities. Find out the truth about what a master planned community can really offer you.
You’re ready to buy – woohoo! The rest is easy, right? Not necessarily. Beginning the house search can be quite the undertaking; here’s our tips to make it through unscathed.
How many homes is too few, or too many, to look at before buying? There’s no magic number, but here are some tips to help guide you.
Everyone knows what an open floor plan is, but why are they so popular, and what are the real benefits? Let’s take a closer look.
If you want to live a low maintenance and fun life when you retire, you should consider living in a 55+ or active adult community.
Learn what a prefabricated home is, and why it might make a great option for your new home with NewHomeSource’s guide to prefab houses.
If you’re on the fence about buying a house in the United States as a non-resident, here are a few reasons why the investment is worth it.
Curious about log home living? Here are seven important things to know about the lifestyle before you begin constructing your custom log home.
Looking for a more financially friendly home buying option? Read this article to discover all the ways a smaller house saves you money.
One of the most popular master planned communities in the Austin area is Travisso, located in Leander. Learn about all the community has to offer.
With resort-style amenities and homes customized to your needs, learn why Sun City is one of the most popular active adult communities in Texas.
Siena, a master plan community 30 minutes from downtown Austin, is highly popular among new homeowners. Read more to find out why.
Are you interested in a small home, but can’t stomach a tiny house? We’ve got three small home options that still give you enough room to live comfortably.
Has the concept of tiny homes continued to elude you? We’ve taken a closer look at the movement, the pros and cons, and who tiny living is a good fit for.
Confused about condo or townhome HOAs? We take a closer look to help you understand what you’re reading, and what you need to keep an eye out for.
HOA policies vary between single-family homes, condos, and townhomes. Here’s what you need to know to understand their differences.