When it comes to building your tiny home, you want to choose a builder that is affordable and, more importantly, knowledgeable about this niche market.
Confused about modular homes? We break down exactly what they are, as well as the advantages and drawbacks of purchasing them.
Sifting through the legalities surrounding tiny homes can be confusing; read more here to learn how to tell fact from fiction.
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.
If you want a totally eco-friendly home, consider building one that’s LEED-certified. But what is LEED certification and how do you get it? Follow our LEED certification guide to find out.
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.
Most likely, your builder will offer you a final walkthough inspection of your new home. Here are some tips on what to expect when you walk through those doors for the last time before move-in day.
If you are building your dream home, follow these tips for visiting the construction site to ensure you can check in on your house without causing any delays or safety problems.
Usually larger and more complex than a production home, a custom home takes longer to build. NewHomeSource broke down the process and a timeline for you.
In addition to building a custom home that perfectly fits your lifestyle, you can also make it eco-friendly. Here’s what you can do to help make it happen.
Building a custom home is an involved process. There are 6 steps to get your custom home project started, then there are 5 design, & building phases.