You can create a beautiful new bathroom, complete with luxurious wellness features. Get inspiration from these products featured at KBIS 2019.
Your kitchen can help you create and enjoy healthier meals, or it can subtly sabotage your healthy eating efforts. How does your kitchen perform?
Keep your fireplace safe with these care and use tips to enjoy the fireplace in your new home for years to come.
Here are some tips for designing and decorating a home reminiscent of quintessential Hamptons style. You’ll feel like you’re on vacation every single day!
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.
If your style is simple, straightforward, and informal, you are a great fit for a ranch-style home. Here’s some advice for bringing this style into your new home.
Various factors can lead to a house fire, so let’s look at steps you can take to help fireproof your new home and keep your family safe.
Before you accept a bid from a custom builder, you need to ask some questions. NewHomeSource has a complete list of questions to ask before you choose a custom builder.
The National Association of Home Builders is determined to find out what 55+ new home shoppers want and need in their next house. Here’s what we learned from the February 2019 event.
Explore the hottest trends and latest kitchen gadgets displayed at the 2019 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas, NV.
Home shoppers interested in buying a condo or townhome should buy new to enjoy a worry-free home and avoid pre-existing problems, among other things.
Looking at starter homes? Take a second look at townhomes! New townhomes offer convenient locations, minimal maintenance, and modern designs in a compact package! The perfect entry point to homeownership!
Does a condo make a good starter home? Yes! NewHomeSource shares 5 reasons why first-time buyers should take a second look at condos.
Can you save money by purchasing a new condo or townhome? It depends. Explore the factors that influence monthly housing costs.
Wondering what the hot and must-have townhouse design trends are? We’re excited to share all of the latest trends in townhome floor plans, materials, and more!
These projects can elevate the look of your home with $1,000 or less. Here’s some great inspiration for your next home project that won’t break the bank.
The Google Home Hub initiative connects utility companies with homeowners, creating opportunities to cut energy costs. Here’s how you can get involved.
Your credit score determines whether you can obtain that new home mortgage, how much you can borrow, and what interest rate you’ll pay. Here’s what you need to know to obtain, manage and even improve your credit score.
From knowing you’re the first homeowner to smelling that new home smell, there are a lot of reasons to prefer new. Here are 10!
Arranging furniture in a new home can be balancing act. You don’t want it cluttered, barren, or worse…ugly. We asked design experts what you should avoid when styling your beautiful new home.
NewHomeSource has selected it’s must-have (and free!) apps for homeowners, so life in your new home can be easier than you dreamed it could be, all by using your smartphone.
Find the perfect pet-friendly décor for your new home. You’ll love the look of this furniture, and how it holds up to your four-legged family member’s continued use.
Use the flex space in your new home to create an awesome hobby room. NewHomeSource has tips for creating the perfect home gym, office, craft room, workshop, playroom, or sunroom in your new home.
Find out what tools you need in your brand new kitchen with NewHomeSource’s shopping for what every fist-time homeowner needs in their dream kitchen.
Get your new home’s pool in tip-top shape and ready for summer each year by following these easy six easy steps.
Protect your new home and keep it clean by keeping out pests and other critters. Here’s our advice for keeping your beautiful new home pest-free all year long.
Here are some ways consumers can prep their new home for maximum energy efficiency.
Homeowner’s associations help protect the investment you and your neighbors made in your home. Here’s how to work with (or annoy) your HOA.
Simple, affordable and fun ways to add an herb or vegetable garden to your backyard — or even a potager, if you’re feeling adventourous.
Furniture and tools are necessary purchases for new homeowners, but they can add up. Here are a few tips to minimize those costs.