Use stone and tile in your outdoor entertainment areas to really make a statement! Durable, affordable, and trendy, stone and tile are showing up beyond the pool in outdoor kitchens, decks and patios, and even the yard.
Courtyard style homes are some of the oldest of home designs but they work perfectly well in today’s modern society, proving to be a timeless home design choice.
The ranch is one of America’s most popular home styles and has been since the 1930s. NewHomeSource takes a look at the characteristics of ranch-style homes that make them so popular.
Want to add some European luxury to your new home? Look no further than the latest Italian and Spanish tile and stone to add luxury-class design to your new home’s floors.
Are you craving a peaceful sanctuary within your home? Create a Zen-filled, Asian-inspired look with these tips from New Home Source.
We may have fewer family farms and smaller lots these days, but Americans still love the farmhouse look. Builders and architects are taking note of this interest and responding by offering modern farmhouse designs that evoke the look and feel of a classic farmhouse while fitting in on a suburban lot.
Want to extend your living space to the backyard? Create the ultimate outdoor kitchen and living “room” and spend more time grilling and chilling with friends and family.
NewHomeSource explains the difference between 3-season and 4-season rooms, the pros and cons of each, and how homebuyers can decide which is right for them.
Pets are part of the family so pet-friendly features are increasingly in-demand with today’s buyers. NewHomeSource looks at which features matter most to pet parents and pet families.
Decking options go far beyond pressure-treated pine. NewHomeSource explores the differences between wood and composite decking to help you build the right deck for your home.
Create a welcoming powder room for your guests without breaking the bank with these budget-friendly ideas.
Tiny homes are a growing alternative to in-law suites, allowing extended family to maintain their independence and privacy in a safe and secure setting.
Tiny house advocates cite reduced expenses and eco-conscious living as reasons for going tiny but for some of them, there is real joy in downsizing their American Dream into a 500 square foot space.
Interest in tiny homes is up, but practical challenges still exist to making your tiny home dreams come true. New Home Sources takes a look at 4 unexpected challenges to tiny home living that could derail your plans.
Looking for a more financially friendly home buying option? Read this article to discover all the ways a smaller house saves you money.
Demand for townhomes is soaring among all ages and all demographics! NewHomeSource takes a look at what’s behind this trend.
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.
Dreaming of a million dollar townhome, but not sure how to accomplish it on a budget? Here are some ideas to help you get started.
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.
Your credit score is the most important factor in getting favorable mortgage terms. New Home Source shares 6 tips for boosting your credit score and getting you into the home of your dreams!
Description/Excerpt: Eco-friendly home design is not only great for the environment, but also your wallet. Explore how sustainable designs can save you money long term.
A new home doesn’t have to be expensive. Many builders are adding smaller, more affordable homes to their portfolios to attract buyers who want new construction without the high cost.
Maintain your appliances to help them meet their expected lifespan. Get tips on maintaining your home’s HVAC system, water heater and washer/dryer for a better-functioning home.
A new home means fancy new kitchen appliances! Use our guide to learn how to care for your new appliances and extend their life.
Homeowners insurance is a necessary expense once you buy a new home. Learn more about what’s covered by this essential coverage and common pitfalls to avoid.
A pre-construction condo is exactly what it sounds like: it’s a condo that has yet to be built. NewHomeSource explores the pros and cons of buying into these developments.
Looking at starter homes? Take a second look at townhomes! New townhomes offer convenient locations, minimal maintenance, and modern designs in a compact package! The perfect entry point to homeownership!
Does a condo make a good starter home? Yes! NewHomeSource shares 5 reasons why first-time buyers should take a second look at condos.
Can you save money by purchasing a new condo or townhome? It depends. Explore the factors that influence monthly housing costs.
Wondering if you need a realtor to buy a new home? We’ve outlined what it takes to buy a new home without the help of a realtor.