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.
Demand for townhomes is soaring among all ages and all demographics! NewHomeSource takes a look at what’s behind this trend.
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.
Worried about red flags you don’t know to check for in a condo or townhome contract? Read more for some best practices to navigating these documents.
You want to buy a new condo, but you’re worried your poor credit rating will stand in the way. But you do have options available to help get you into that new condo.
Learn the difference between buying and building a new construction townhome and a new built single family house, and find out which is right for you.
There are many reasons to love living in a condo. From convenience to community to value, find out why my family finds condo life ideal!
Are you interested in a small home, but can’t stomach a tiny house? We’ve got three small home options that still give you enough room to live comfortably.
Growing your own food, even if it’s just a single ingredient in a meal, is incredibly satisfying. Fortunately, you don’t need a yard to grow delicious edible plants! In this article, we discuss the basic needs of plants and which ones are easiest to grow in a townhome or condo.
Learn what happens when a disaster hits your condo and learn what you or your HOA is legally or financially responsible for.
Learn what legal responsibilities you have as the owner of a new condo or townhome unit.
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.
Townhomes and condos are a great option to consider when you’re looking to move up. Read more to find out why.
HOA policies vary between single-family homes, condos, and townhomes. Here’s what you need to know to understand their differences.
Townhome and condo communities can mean friendly neighbors, but that can lead to more noise. Here are some tips to reduce sound when living in close quarters.
Don’t settle on a bathroom you don’t like, no matter how small.
Moving to a smaller space doesn’t mean sacrificing style or functionality in the living room. Here are some tips to make the most out of a compact living space.
Learn why condos and townhomes are the dream home for people at all stages of life.
Infill construction lets homeowners build a new construction home close in a big city or established neighborhood, though there are some tradeoffs of building an infill property.
There are many perks to owning a condo. In fact, a condo might just be your dream home, that’s also affordable!
A new home doesn’t have to be expensive. Many builders are adding smaller, more affordable homes to their portfolios to attract buyers who want new construction without the high cost.
Maintain your appliances to help them meet their expected lifespan. Get tips on maintaining your home’s HVAC system, water heater and washer/dryer for a better-functioning home.
Learn why condos and townhomes make great housing options for 55+ and retirees.
Find the perfect neighborhood for your family’s new home. NewHomeSource has tips to help you find a safe community to call home.
Explore exciting amenities that are now appearing in new condo and townhome communities around the country.
Learn about the pros and cons of installing granite countertops in your new kitchen with the NewHomeSource guide to this beautiful and versatile material.
Get organized before you move into your new home. We’ve recommended everything you need to keep your move into your new home organized and stress free.
Learn about the developments in the solar technology space that is making this green energy option more attainable for new homeowners.
When you buy a condo, as with a detached home, you need the right insurance. But condo insurance can be a little more complicated. We’ve outline the key differences in policies and coverage that you need to know.
Condos and townhomes can be a great option for single women homebuyers for several reasons, including safety and affordability. Let’s take a closer look at the benefits of condos and townhomes for single women.