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.
Want to know what’s hot and what’s not in kitchens? We’ve outlined 12 kitchen design and product trends that will really stand out in new homes this year.
The National Association of Home Builders is determined to find out what 55+ new home shoppers want and need in their next house. Here’s what we learned from the February 2019 event.
Explore the hottest trends and latest kitchen gadgets displayed at the 2019 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas, NV.
NewHomeSource is highlighting some of the coolest, most innovative home products unveiled at the 2019 International Builders Show in Las Vegas.
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.
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.
The Google Home Hub initiative connects utility companies with homeowners, creating opportunities to cut energy costs. Here’s how you can get involved.
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.
KB Home’s new concept home — KB ProjeKt Home — combines sustainable design and new building technologies for an unprecedented living experience.
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.
By Drew Knight Reflecting back on 2015, most of those associated with the housing industry can agree that it experienced another great year on the road to recovery. As we continue down the path in 2016, now is the time to scope out what’s ahead on the journey to housing market success. To do that, …
By Drew Knight You’ve heard it all from us before: Through features like solar panels, advanced insulation, sustainable construction materials, efficient windows, xeriscaping and rain collection systems, green homes are better for the environment and they save you loads of money on energy bills. We could go on and on about why green homes are …