Condos and townhomes seem like they’re the same thing but they’re not. We take a look at some key differences between them to help you decide which kind of home is best for you.
As single female home buyers continue to dominate the market, we take a close look at what this demographic needs to know before buying.
Is there a right way to buy a lot for building a custom home? Find out why the experts say yes.
If you’re on the fence about buying a house in the United States as a non-resident, here are a few reasons why the investment is worth it.
Want to know more about the costs associated with a manufactured home? Check out this article that breaks down how they’re calculated and how they can be negotiated.
Wondering about the value of manufactured homes? Read this article to understand whether they’re the right financial investment for you.
Want to purchase your new home, but not sure how to go about the veteran home loan process? We walk through 10 important tips to get you started.
Curious about log home living? Here are seven important things to know about the lifestyle before you begin constructing your custom log home.
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.
Looking for a more financially friendly home buying option? Read this article to discover all the ways a smaller house saves you money.
Redesigning an outdoor space can be expensive, but it doesn’t have to be! Here’s how to revamp your backyard to get what you want at a price you can afford.
When you’ve invested in a pre-construction condo or townhome, the last thing you want to hear is the developer is folding. Read more to learn about what to do in this instance.
Confused about modular homes? We break down exactly what they are, as well as the advantages and drawbacks of purchasing them.
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.
Secure the mortgage for your new home by avoiding common financing pitfalls that involve major changes in your personal finances.
Thinking about retirement, and wondering if you can go tiny? Read this article to see if retiring to a tiny house is right for you.
One of the largest generations in US history is pretty fond of the benefits of tiny living; read this article to find out why.
Dreaming of a million dollar townhome, but not sure how to accomplish it on a budget? Here are some ideas to help you get started.
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!
Outdoor space deserves as much though as any other element when planning a custom home. Here are a few tips we recommend.
Torn between buying and building a tiny house? We break down the costs so you know what to expect from buying your floor plan to walking in the door.
Trying to plan for your front, back, or side yard space? We’ve gathered some best landscaping practices to help you add value to your new home.
Learn what happens when a disaster hits your condo and learn what you or your HOA is legally or financially responsible for.
Has the concept of tiny homes continued to elude you? We’ve taken a closer look at the movement, the pros and cons, and who tiny living is a good fit for.
Confused about condo or townhome HOAs? We take a closer look to help you understand what you’re reading, and what you need to keep an eye out for.
With tech features in homes becoming common, homebuilders take a close look at the customer experience and providing support for new home owners.
HOA policies vary between single-family homes, condos, and townhomes. Here’s what you need to know to understand their differences.
There are plenty of ways to live environmentally conscious, especially in a tiny home. Read more to learn how tiny living and living green go hand-in-hand.
Learn about how a balance of structured wiring and wireless connection can help you use your smart home devices to their maximum potential.
Description/Excerpt: Eco-friendly home design is not only great for the environment, but also your wallet. Explore how sustainable designs can save you money long term.