You don’t always have to be a first-time homebuyer to qualify for down payment assistance programs.
Before you can hold the keys to a vacation getaway, you’re going to need to ask yourself the key questions involved in owning and buying a second home.
Venturing into the world of real estate as a single buyer? There’s no reason to believe you can’t go it alone.
NewHomeSource has five tips to reduce water usage in your landscaping, so you can save money and the planet.
Design a fantastic home storage system with these tips from NewHomeSource, so you can stay organized in your new home.
Wondering how to work with your builder to create a smart home? Many are already experimenting with smart technologies in their new home offerings.
Interested in creating a spa-style bathroom in your new home? New Home Source has the tips you’ve been looking for.
A hot trend in interior design, the sliding barn door can work with any style of home.
NewHomeSource interviews Clayton Homes’ Mike Duncan so you can learn more about manufactured homes and where you can build them.
NewHomeSource has a checklist for first-time homebuyers, so you can easily find and buy your dream new home.
Worried that moving to a new home with your kids might be a difficult process? If you follow these tips you’ll wonder why you ever worried in the first place.
As you begin the search for your new home, you’ll also be searching for the right neighborhood. Here are some of the top community amenities homebuilders are offering their buyers to help you find the right home – and the right neighborhood – for your needs.
Wish you could recreate the look of your favorite model home? One builder’s interior designer shares her home design tips.
When a developing a safety plan for your new home, it’s always important to keep the kids involved and in mind.
Financing a new home, especially the down payment, can bring a storm of questions. Professional advice can smooth it all over by debunking the myths.
Not sure if now’s the time to buy a new home? Here are five positive signs you are ready for homeownership.
A builder’s sales professional is your key to getting to know your builder and everything about their homes, the community and surrounding neighborhood.
Whether you’re looking for a place of relaxation or to socialize with people in the same stage of life as you, there’s a lot of things to consider when choosing the retirement community that’s right for you.
LivingHomes’ groundbreaking factory is the nation’s first prefabricated home factory dedicated to sustainability.
Before you get the keys to your new home, you have to find it first! Follow these tips to help find the home that’s right for you.
While there are always sales reps to help you out during your model home visit, here are a few ways to help prepare yourself in this early step to build your home.
If you’re thinking about retirement, you might be considering living in a 55+ community. NewHomeSource explores the reasons why you might like living in one of these retirement communities.
If you’re shopping for a home, VR tools can help you tour your builder’s entire floorplan library from one convenient location.
If you’re renting a house, it can sometimes cost you more than buying a new home. We explore when renting can cost more than buying your home.
By maintaining your energy-efficient home, you’ll ensure it is working at optimal performance for years to come.
A common trend in new homes are suburban-to-urban communities with a focus on sociability and walkability.
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.
Bags and boxes organized and ready to go? Check. Kids are ready for the move? Check. Got the new home pet proofed for Sparky? NewHomeSource helps you pet proof your new home.
Buying a new home can be confusing. Here are some weird, but common questions people ask about buying and building a new house.
Some college degrees could help you achieve homeownership faster than others — we’re looking at you, engineers.