If you’re considering a 55-plus community but don’t mind being around young families, a community-within-a-community might be the perfect solution. New Home Source takes a look at these neighborhoods that offer the best of both worlds.
School district ratings can play a major role in your home’s value. NewHomeSource breaks down how these ratings can help you sell your house.
Whether you’re looking for a place of relaxation or to socialize with people in the same stage of life as you, there’s a lot of things to consider when choosing the retirement community that’s right for you.
Finding the right new home community is just as important as finding the right home plan and builder.
If you live in a new home community, you probably have an HOA. Here are some ways you can manage your relationship with your HOA.
A recent study found that those who have a home owners association are quite happy with their community, citing HOA rules as a way to protect property values.
Before you get the keys to your new home, you have to find it first! Follow these tips to help find the home that’s right for you.
If you’re thinking about retirement, you might be considering living in a 55+ community. NewHomeSource explores the reasons why you might like living in one of these retirement communities.
In 2017 and beyond, 18-hour cities, like Raleigh, N.C., are expected by the Urban Land Institute to become an emerging real estate trend.
Learn about one of the hottest real estate trends: the wellness community. These neighborhoods help homeowners live happy and comfortable lives.
Here are some things that you can share with your neighbor to save money and build a lasting relationship with your community.
New condo and townhome communities attract homebuyers with luxury amenities like in building spas, luxury entertaining spaces, high end gyms, and more.
A common trend in new homes are suburban-to-urban communities with a focus on sociability and walkability.
Agrihood communities let homeowners reconnect with nature. These great communities let you enjoy nature and community gardening.
Whisper Valley is a fantastic new home community in Austin, Texas that offers up green living at an affordable price point.
Are you shopping for a home? Find out what a master planned community is, and if it offers the lifestyle you always wanted.
If you love looking at starry nights, you should explore astronomy and dark sky communities as the perfect place for your new home.
Transit orientated communities let people invest in affordable new homes in walkable communities, without nightmare commutes.
NewHomeSource explores why living in farther out suburbs offer better value for home shoppers looking to build a new construction home.
NewHomeSource explores why Palm Beach County is a fantastic place to move. Palm Beach County’s great economy and fun beach-side lifestyle make it the perfect spot for your new 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.
There are several myths floating around regarding master planned communities. Find out the truth about what a master planned community can really offer you.
It’s every new homeowner’s nightmare: Discovering you have a less-than-perfect neighbor. Here are some tips for dealing with nightmare neighbors.
If you’re looking for a new home in the Austin area, you need to be looking at Bryson. Learn more about this family-friendly community.
Wildhorse Ranch, one of Austin’s newest master planned communities, combines the tranquil Hill Country with modern city living. Learn more about what this community has to offer!
Crystal Falls is one of the most popular master planned communities in the greater Austin area; learn more about what this beautiful community has to offer.
NewHomeSource breaks down the pros and cons of buying the first houses in a new home community or buying your house as the neighborhood closes.
New home communities help preserve nature, so residents can enjoy the benefits of the great outdoors, without the mess.
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.
Home shoppers are increasingly looking for new home in urban hubs so they can save time and energy as they live their lives.