Here are four ways you can modify your new home to be accommodating to people with disabilities.
NewHomeSource explores how big your new home should be for your budget and lifestyle.
Because your home is new, it has gone through many inspections by local government inspectors and the builder. If you opt for a third-party inspection of your new home, here’s what you need to know.
Is it better to have a builder warranty on a new home, or a resale home’s service contract? NewHomeSource explores what they are and what they mean.
As you start shopping for your new home, you’ll look at a LOT of floor plans. NewHomeSource shows you how to read a floor plan, and look at a drawing and picture your home.
If you’re thinking about investing a new construction home to build out a rental property portfolio, NewHomeSource can help get you started with frequently ask questions about buying rental property.
NewHomeSource breaks down what you need to know about designing and building a new home with an income suite.
Buying a new home is an exciting step in your relationship. Here are seven questions to ask your partner before you start browsing listings.
Here are four questions you need to ask yourself before you start your journey to homeownership.
Holding an open house is a great way to get people interested in your home before you buy your new home.
NewHomeSource explores what Baby Boomers want in their new homes. Baby Boomers want to live close to their kids and grandchildren. They also want homes with guest rooms to host family.
Should you buy a home with a pool or add one later? NewHomeSource looks at the pros and cons of each, as well as a third option: building a brand-new home with a pool.
Some of the hottest trends in 55+ living include retiring in exciting, urban communities. Invest in exciting retirement today!
NewHomeSource explores some of the coolest retirement places in the US, and why you should consider starting your next adventure somewhere new!
As you begin your search for your retirement home, you’ll have many questions. What are some things to keep in mind?
If you’re thinking about buying a home, NewHomeSource explores your options when choosing between a new home, resale home, or rental.
Eminent domain is a controversial government policy that can devastate homeowners. NewHomeSource lays out what you need to know about eminent domain to protect your home.
Ready to check out a builder’s craftsmanship, up-close and personal? Here’s some advice to take full advantage of a model home tour.
If you want to live a low maintenance and fun life when you retire, you should consider living in a 55+ or active adult community.
NewHomeSource has some high-tech tips to make finding the right builder for your new home fast and easy.
Millions of home buyers have purchased vacant lots on which to build their dream home. Are you ready to join them? NewHomeSource has the key things you should consider first.
Is there a right way to buy a lot for building a custom home? Find out why the experts say yes.
The buying vs. renting debate has been going on for a long time. In recent years, however, we have gained access to more data to support one side or the other, meaning more facts and less conjecture. Although every real estate decision comes with some degree of risk attached, this solid data can give you …
Planning to move and wondering how to find a good school? Our school guide shows you how to find a good school district in any state.
Not all baby boomers want to downsize when they retire. Learn why you might want to upsize when you start your golden years.
Find the perfect neighborhood for your family’s new home. NewHomeSource has tips to help you find a safe community to call home.
Learn what type of housing type works with your property. NewHomeSource can help you find out your path to homeownership after you buy land.
Buying a new construction condo is similar to buying a detached home but there are some key differences. We provide 6 condo-specific questions to ask prospective builders when buying this new home type.
Learn the difference between a custom home and spec home, and which home type is right for you.
Choosing a new home for you and your children is a tough decision, but it doesn’t have to be! Believe it or not, buying a new condo or townhome can be a great option if you have kids. Here’s why.