Builders expect new homes to be smaller in 2017, at about 2,400 square feet.
Save money on your homeowners insurance without sacrificing coverage with these tips and tricks for shopping for this necessary insurance.
When it comes to insurance and your new home, ask your builder or his insurer about what exactly he’s covered for and what holes you might have to fill in.
NewHomeSource explores common home buying incentives, and if they can hurt or help homeowners maintain their home’s value in the long run.
NewHomeSource breaks down the pros and cons of buying the first houses in a new home community or buying your house as the neighborhood closes.
Industry update on the new home market looking into 2018 and 2019.
Ashton Woods 2018 survey outlines what features future homebuyers want included in their new construction home.
NewHomeSource shows you how your credit score gets calculated, so you can get it ready before you apply for the mortgage for your new home.
Homeowners need to be wary of door-to-door sales people, who often target them for scams.
NewHomeSource breaks down what home shoppers can expect from new home design and new construction homes in 2016.
Homeowners increasingly want fancy outdoor spaces for entertaining and relaxing. Explore the beautiful patios, fire pits, outdoor kitchens, water features, and more found in new homes.
Check your credit score before you start applying for home financing. It isn’t scary, you can check your credit score easily and for free.
Don’t assume you can’t qualify for a home loan. NewHomeSource breaks down why some people don’t even bother trying to invest in a house.
If you’re interested in building a home in a more rural environment, you can get special construction to permanent loans from the Rural Housing Service.
NewHomeSource walks you through some of the government backed loan options available to rural homebuyers.
Shopping for square footage or price per square foot isn’t always the best route when home buying. Here’s why.
NewHomeSource is highlighting some of the coolest, most innovative home products unveiled at the 2019 International Builders Show in Las Vegas.
At the 2019 National Association of Home Builders convention, key economists predicted a solid year for builders and new home construction as mortgage rates stay relatively low and townhome production continues to rise.
Home builders are increasingly designing whole communities of green, sustainable homes, as highlighted at the recent Sustainability Symposium. But home buyers may not yet be on board.