When it comes to choosing a place to live, community safety is a major factor. That’s why NewHomeSource is highlighting the safest cities for each state in our new series “Safest Cities in America.” Let’s look at the 10 safest cities and towns across Wisconsin.
When it comes to choosing a place to live, community safety is a major factor. That’s why NewHomeSource is highlighting the safest cities for each state in our new series “Safest Cities in America.” Let’s look at the 10 safest cities and towns across Illinois.
When it comes to choosing a place to live, community safety is a major factor. To that end, NewHomeSource is highlighting the safest cities for each state in our new series “Safest Cities in America.” Let’s look at the safest cities and towns across South Dakota.
NewHomeSource explores the factors that differentiate new construction homes from resale houses, so you can buy the right type for your lifestyle.
Find out how you determine how much mortgage you can afford for your first home.
You don’t always have to be a first-time homebuyer to qualify for down payment assistance programs.
If you want to break your lease early to get into a new home, it’s best to discuss your options with your landlord.
NewHomeSource has budget friendly ways that first time homebuyers can embrace tranquility in their new homes.
Are you ready to buy a new home? NewHomeSource has some things you need to consider before you start your journey to homeownership.
To rent or to buy, that is the question. When it comes time to make that decision, it takes some real self-assesment.
If your first home has a small backyard, NewHomeSource has some landscaping tricks that will let you live large.
NewHomeSource breaks down the latest report from SmartAsset that rates Pittsburgh as the best city, and Texas as the best state for first time homebuyers.
Here are four common home furnishing mistakes made by first time homeowners, and how to avoid them when you deck out your new home.
If you’re a first time homebuyer, NewHomeSource has all the information you need to know about understanding the home financing process.
First-time buyers can find a newly built home that can meet their budget, needs and lifestyle.
NewHomeSource has everything first time homebuyers need to know about moving from a rental home into their new house.
Prefabricated homes are a great home type for first time homebuyers who want to save money, but still invest in a beautiful house.
NewHomeSource explores the pros and cons of buying a condo or townhome as a first time homebuyer.
NewHomeSource has a checklist for first-time homebuyers, so you can easily find and buy your dream new home.
There are a number of ways that first time homebuyers and Millinnials can save for homeownership.
A starter home that might not include all of the features you’d like because of budgeting might be the stepping stone to your forever home.
NewHomeSource has some tips and tricks to get your security deposit back from your landlord as you move into your first home.
Millennials are primed to purchase homes in the next two years — and some homebuilders are creating a product that caters directly to Millennial first-time homebuyers.
Nobody actually likes packing up and moving. NewHomeSource has the perfect guide for first time homeowners looking to hire professionals to handle their move.
NewHomeSource has some fun ways to save up for the down payment, so you can invest in your first home.
NewHomeSource explores some of the emotional benefits of living in a new construction home, because a house is so much more than simply a living space.
Not sure if now’s the time to buy a new home? Here are five positive signs you are ready for homeownership.
The suburbs are gaining in popularity among Millennials, who can find an affordable home in suburbs with a city-like feel.
As a first-time homebuyer, you may not understand the homebuying process. Before you purchase your first home, be sure to avoid common mistakes.
If you’re a first time home shopper, here are some tips to shop wisely for your house. This makes the difference between buying a house and investing in your dream home.