Simple precautions can help keep your online identity safe when you shop for your new home with these tips from NewHomeSource.
Buying a New Home
You’ve done your homework and are ready to shop for a new home. Next: Get preapproved for a loan. But will that ensure you’ll be able to purchase your dream home?
Stressed about the move, or worried the new house won’t feel like home? Here are some tips to help settle your nerves.
You’ve moved in to your new home, and now you’re done – right? Maybe not. Here are a few things you should do in the first few weeks in your new home.
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.
Shopping for square footage or price per square foot isn’t always the best route when home buying. Here’s why.
When Sara Willoughby was 14 years old, she became bedridden with debilitating health problems. “I wasn’t able to do much more than roll over,” she recalls. “I needed help with basic activities like bathing and eating.” After being diagnosed with sensitivity to mold and other chemicals in their Washington-state home, the family decided to move …
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!
We have nothing to lose if we conserve water, and everything to lose if we don’t. Read on to find out how you can have a beautifully landscaped yard while still using less water.
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.