Before you start your journey to homeownership on the right foot. NewHomeSource’s guide to the basics of home shopping gives you all the information you need.
Learn why you should buy a new construction home when you start your journey to homeownership.
NewHomeSource has a complete guide to the home building process. Everything you need to know about what happens when you build your house.
NewHomeSource has a handy guide to buying your new home from starting the shopping process to everything about financing.
Now that you’ve chosen a lot, a builder, and a home plan, it’s time to learn all things design, so you can move into a home that fits your life.
If you’re thinking about buying a new construction home, NewHomeSource has a guide for managing your search for the perfect house.
If you’re shopping for a new home, there are a lot of confusing terms. NewHomeSource has a guide to some of the terms you’ll come across while shopping for a house.
No matter how much you love your new home, nobody likes moving. NewHomeSource has moving tips that will make your move a little more bearable.
NewHomeSource discusses some of the ways modern technology, like big data, AI innovations, chatbots, and more are aiding consumers shopping for new homes.
Finding a newly built home in the heart of a city can be challenging, but building a custom home on an infill lot may be the solution you’re looking for.
TV can be a great source of inspiration for tiny living, but a lot isn’t shown on screen. Here are six shows to dive into, and what to keep in mind while you’re watching.
Technology to improve safety and wellbeing in homes is developing at a rapid pace. Read more to learn about how the latest technology is changing lives.
With tech features in homes becoming common, homebuilders take a close look at the customer experience and providing support for new home owners.
Not all baby boomers want to downsize when they retire. Learn why you might want to upsize when you start your golden years.
Townhome and condo communities can mean friendly neighbors, but that can lead to more noise. Here are some tips to reduce sound when living in close quarters.
Explore exciting amenities that are now appearing in new condo and townhome communities around the country.
Research shows that in the coming decade, home buyers — particularly millennials — are looking for flexibility and affordability. Here’s what homebuilders are doing to meet their needs.
Home organization is in with home buyers so no surprise it was a popular topic at the 2019 International Builders’ Show. We found 12 home storage tips at IBS that you’ll want to use in your home.
Instead of typical new 2-bed, 2-bath condos, more developers are building super tiny condos or super large ones in response to buyers’ changing needs.
The New American Home at the International Builders’ Show is a home design showcase filled with the latest features and technology. We look at 7 design trends in the house coming to newly built homes soon.
Today’s bathroom design trends embrace technology, practicality, & plenty of wow factors. Let’s look at bathroom trends you’ll see in new homes soon.
Architects & builders frquently use VR to help clients visualize a custom home. Here’s how this technology helps turn that dream home into the real thing.
Many custom homebuilders are using trendy new eco-friendly materials. We look at 5 green home design trends that take sustainability to the next level.
As smart home features increase in popularity, new home builders are starting to include such products as standard features — and their actions are following consumer demand for safety and security.
Financing a custom home doesn’t have to be a nightmare. Here’s how the process works.
VA loans are not just for existing homes. Here’s what veterans and their families need to about financing their dream, custom home with a VA loan.
Pet-centric amenities have become increasingly important for luxury condos in urban enviroments, from dog spas to pup parks.
When designing a home, it’s fun to try something new in every room – but you still want a coordinated feel throughout the home. Here’s how to strike a balance.