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Experiments with new zoning laws, such as in California, may accelerate the production of more affordable homes.
While still a novelty, 3D printed homes are moving closer to becoming a standard option for newly constructed homes.
Builders are facing unique challenges in the housing market; even so, Highland Homes is committed to builder integrity and serving buyers.
Homebuyers in search of more space and affordability began moving inland and south prior to the pandemic. The surge in remote work accelerated that trend and shifted the housing market further.
Buyers who hope to move into a newly built home by the end of the year may find more options available this fall – if they hurry.
Siding protects your home from the elements but doesn’t increase your home’s energy efficiency. For that, you’ll need to choose one of many insulation options.
Fiber-cement siding is one of the most durable and versatile materials available for the exterior of a home. We look at some of its pros and cons.
Using 3D printing to build a home may sound futuristic, but that future is here. Learn how builders are turning to 3D printing to create more affordable housing options.
With a lumber shortage and rising building costs as a result, homebuilders are increasingly looking at lumber alternatives to ease the strain on lumber producers and build more sustainable, durable homes.
Hip roofs are among the most popular type of roof and complement a variety of architectural styles, and can be used in nearly any climate. Learn more about the pros and cons of hip roofs.
Mansard roofs have been used for public buildings and residences since the 16th century. Learn more about the pros and cons of mansard roofs.
Wood roofs complement a variety of architectural styles. Learn more about the pros and cons of this classic roofing material.
Asphalt roof shingles are by far the most popular material for a roof, but that doesn’t mean they are the right choice for every home. Here’s everything you need to know.
Gable roofs are among the most popular type of roof and complement a variety of architectural styles. Learn more about the pros and cons of gable roofs.
Heard about lumber prices rising? Don’t panic! We explain what these increased costs mean, both for builders and homebuyers.
Online shopping is more popular now than ever before. Here are some ways to keep your packages safe and your house uncluttered from all the parcels.
The bathroom is one of the most important and personal spaces in your new home. Check out our guide to building the bathroom of your dreams!
Even minor leaks can damage your new home and cost you money. Smart leak detecting solutions can help you maintain your home, save money, and save water.
Your new home is a big purchase and investment for you and your family. Here are steps you can take to protect the assets in your home.
We have the information you need to know about adding an accessory dwelling unit to your property, so you can embrace multi-gen living, have extra space, or build an income suite.
An important part of healthy living is a healthy home. Today, builders are using innovative materials and design features to benefit the health and well-being of homeowners.
NewHomeSource has all the information you need to know about virtual design center visits, and how to make the most of this important stage of designing your new home.
If you’re shopping for a new home, you can tour model homes from the comfort of your couch. Here is your guide to taking video tours of model homes.
Technology has made it easier than ever to shop for a new home online. If you’re relocating, or buying a new home site unseen, here is how to close on a house remotely.