Looking to move to the Charlotte, North Carolina area? Here are the popular master planned communities that should be on your short list.
Being a pet parent means a few added responsibilities when it comes to preparing your home to sell. Here’s a step-by-step guide of what to expect.
Have an extra room or two in your new home? Here are 9 creative ways to use the space.
Considering moving a parent or in-laws into your home? These must-have elements for the ultimate in-law suite give aging parents independence and privacy while living with you.
In a perfect world, you’d never have to deal with a bad tenant, but when you own rental property, you’re bound to get one eventually. NewHomeSource looks at ways you can protect yourself and your tenant and work to mitigate any issues before they become severe.
Explore the art deco style with NewHomeSource! Learn how you can use this iconic style to decorate your new home.
NewHomeSources has the ultimate guide to adding a touch of nature into your new home’s design.
Denver boasts a ton of breweries, making it a beer lovers’ dream city to build a home.
NewHomeSource explores Dayton, Ohio, and breaks down why the price for new homes is falling.
Interest in green building and sustainability is increasing as more homebuyers look to save money and resources.
NewHomeSource explores the American Colonial style, so you can use this elegant, traditional style in your new home.
NewHomeSource explores the latest trends in stainless steel appliances, so you can design a beautiful new home.
NewHomeSource explores what’s next in home design styles after the immense popularity of HGTV’s show “Fixer Upper.”
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Find Southern hospitality and charm as well as all of the features and activities a large city offers in Charlotte, N.C.
NewHomeSource explores the top ten safest cities in Texas, so you can pick the perfect small town to build your new home.
If you’re thinking about investing a new construction home to build out a rental property portfolio, NewHomeSource can help get you started with frequently ask questions about buying rental property.
NewHomeSource teaches you how to use some common items found in the new homeowner’s toolbox like stud finders, power washers, and other power tools.
Here are four questions you need to ask yourself before you start your journey to homeownership.
Today’s prefab homes are more sophisticated than ever, and two construction methods, modular and SIP, are giving homeowners even more choices for building quality homes. NewHomeSource looks at modular vs. SIP construction and which one is right for you.
Here are key terms new homeowners need to know about home insurance, so you can find the right coverage for you.
Whisper Valley is a fantastic new home community in Austin, Texas that offers up green living at an affordable price point.
If you love clean lines and modern styling, NewHmeSourec has the perfect home decor guide for homeowners looking to bring modern style into their house.
NewHomeSource sits down with Lori Dennis and Kelli Ellis, celebrity designers from HGTV, to talk all things home design.
Find out everything you need to know about your home mortgage with NewHomeSource’s Mortgage glossary.
Explore some of the exciting, cutting edge technology now found in the homebuilding industry like AI, VR, and 3D renderings.
Alabama Head Football Coach Nick Saban, has partnered with Habitat for Humanity to help build a home for a needy family for each Alabama national championship since 1925.
Buying and selling a home simultaneously can be financially stressful, but bridge loans offer a potential solution. NewHomeSource looks at how bridge loans can help you get out of one home and into the next more easily.
We always here the word “comps” when buying or selling a home, but what are comps and why are they so important? We take you on a detailed look at comps and how you can evaluate them for your next home.
By Seve Kale “I didn’t believe it until I saw the bills coming in,” says Jay Krakowsky, whose home in Barnegat, N.J., has LEED certification, “but I’m paying one-quarter less than what I was paying at my previous home.” Because they live in an energy-efficient LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) home, Krakowsky and …