Designing your new home to meet your dog’s needs, without sacrificing aesthetics, can be challenging. Here are six simple ways to style your home to suit your furry best friend.
The kitchen is the heart of the home, and there’s almost no better place to make a statement. Here are seven extravagant ideas to inspire you.
Trying to figure out how to bring that extra touch of extravagance into your tiny home? We’ve got six ideas to help you get inspired.
Single women home shoppers have become a powerful buying demographic. NewHomeSource explores the features they want in their new homes.
NewHomeSource explains the difference between 3-season and 4-season rooms, the pros and cons of each, and how homebuyers can decide which is right for them.
Curious about log home living? Here are seven important things to know about the lifestyle before you begin constructing your custom log home.
New puppies are a joy, but can be a handful for unprepared new owners. Here’s what to expect when you decide to bring home a pup.
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.
Confused about modular homes? We break down exactly what they are, as well as the advantages and drawbacks of purchasing them.
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.
Want to get the most space out of your tiny home? Here are a few quick tips we recommend to physically or visually expand your home.
Technology to improve safety and wellbeing in homes is developing at a rapid pace. Read more to learn about how the latest technology is changing lives.
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.
With tech features in homes becoming common, homebuilders take a close look at the customer experience and providing support for new home owners.
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.
There are plenty of ways to live environmentally conscious, especially in a tiny home. Read more to learn how tiny living and living green go hand-in-hand.
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 about how a balance of structured wiring and wireless connection can help you use your smart home devices to their maximum potential.
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.
Description/Excerpt: Eco-friendly home design is not only great for the environment, but also your wallet. Explore how sustainable designs can save you money long term.
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 about the top home design trends showcased by the winners of the 2019 Best in American Living Awards and get inspiration for designing your own new home.
Homeowners insurance is a necessary expense once you buy a new home. Learn more about what’s covered by this essential coverage and common pitfalls to avoid.
Find out what tools every new homeowners need in their toolbox to manage general home repair and maintenance.
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.
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.
Want to know what’s hot and what’s not in kitchens? We’ve outlined 12 kitchen design and product trends that will really stand out in new homes this year.