Go big or go (to a small) home? Choosing your new home’s size depends on what your family needs and wants and how you will use your home.
NewHomeSource explores the different home types available to 55+ home shoppers, and how they impact Baby Boomers’ desired lifestyle.
NewHomeSource explores how demographic changes are impacting American home designs and floorplans.
Need a hand with your new home building process? We’ve got a simple, step-by-step guide to choosing the perfect floor plan for you.
If you’re building a new home, you might work with virtual interior design tools. NewHomeSource shows you what you need to know about virtual interior designs.
NewHomeSource explores the idea that open floorplans might be closing, and what this means for your new home.
Open floorplans are great for modern living. NewHomeSource shows you creative ways to reduce noise in these comfortable layouts.
Today’s home plan’s reflect the way we live — and so do the names we call the rooms we live in. Take the great room — no longer just a living room, the great room is an expanded and open cooking/living/entertainment space with no walls in between.
The increase in popularity of open floor plans reflect the way modern home shoppers want to live. NewHomeSource explores the open layout, and how you can live large in one.
As you start shopping for your new home, you’ll look at a LOT of floor plans. NewHomeSource shows you how to read a floor plan, and look at a drawing and picture your home.
Get the most out of the open floorplan in your new home with tips for maximizing open home plans from NewHomeSource.
NewHomeSource breaks down what you need to know about designing and building a new home with an income suite.
The floor plans of new construction homes are changing in response to how people want to live. NewHomeSource explores these changes.
While manufactured homes do have sizable floor plans with lots of storage, you may need to explore space-saving options. Whether you have a single- or double-wide manufactured home, the first thing to know is that a clean, organized home is much more spacious than a cluttered, unorganized one. Plenty of storage solutions can help with …
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.
You don’t have to live in a tiny house to have great home organization. Learn how you can maximize the storage space in your new home by taking examples from tiny houses.
Any ladies out there looking to become single homeowners? Here are seven features we recommend you include in and around your new home.
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.
Your current home isn’t working anymore, but you can’t decide between building a custom home or remodeling an existing one. Let’s help you make a decision.
Learn what type of housing type works with your property. NewHomeSource can help you find out your path to homeownership after you buy land.
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.
New Home Lifestyles is broadcasting the best in new home design from new communities & model homes across the U.S. Here’s what we’re showing in spring 2019.
New Home Lifestyles is showcasing the best in new home design from new communities and model homes across the country. Here’s what we showcased in winter 2019.
Learn the difference between a custom home and spec home, and which home type is right for you.
Choosing a new home for you and your children is a tough decision, but it doesn’t have to be! Believe it or not, buying a new condo or townhome can be a great option if you have kids. Here’s why.
Find out what tools every new homeowners need in their toolbox to manage general home repair and maintenance.
Research shows that in the coming decade, home buyers — particularly millennials — are looking for flexibility and affordability. Here’s what homebuilders are doing to meet their needs.
Instead of typical new 2-bed, 2-bath condos, more developers are building super tiny condos or super large ones in response to buyers’ changing needs.
Shopping for a new townhome isn’t the same as shopping for one that has already been lived in. Find out what you need to know before you buy.
While the American dream of owning one’s home continues, what that dream looks like is changing as many home buyers are now looking at smaller homes. We look at what’s behind the growing trend.