With all this financial uncertainty, it may seem odd to consider buying a home. But due to several factors both here and abroad, now might just be the perfect time to buy.
In a perfect world, you’d never have to deal with a bad tenant, but when you own rental property, you’re bound to get one eventually. NewHomeSource looks at ways you can protect yourself and your tenant and work to mitigate any issues before they become severe.
Before you can hold the keys to a vacation getaway, you’re going to need to ask yourself the key questions involved in owning and buying a second home.
VA Home Loan programs make it easier for our service men and women to buy homes, and they have a clear preference for newly built houses.
This new home won’t require repairs or renovations any time soon, unlike a resale home, making them worth more than a used house.
If you’re thinking about investing a new construction home to build out a rental property portfolio, NewHomeSource can help get you started with frequently ask questions about buying rental property.
NewHomeSource found the best places in the United States to buy a vacation home. If you’re investing in new property, or you want to enjoy fabulous vacations with your family, you’ll love owning a new home in these great places.
As you save for a down payment, you may find that certain loan types don’t require 20 percent down. New Home Source outlines different home loans and how they can affect your wallet.
Tax season isn’t fun, but home ownership could make the experience a little less unpleasant thanks to some important tax breaks.
Should you buy a home with a pool or add one later? NewHomeSource looks at the pros and cons of each, as well as a third option: building a brand-new home with a pool.
Everyone talks about how buying a home is an investment. Here’s some advice on how to make sure your investment is a good one.
Feeling trapped by the location of your vacation home? Here’s what you need to know about selling a secondary residence.
You’re ready to buy – woohoo! The rest is easy, right? Not necessarily. Beginning the house search can be quite the undertaking; here’s our tips to make it through unscathed.
The joy of finding a new home can be quickly dashed by notification the seller has rejected your offer. Learn more about why offers are rejected, and where to go from there.
Ready to make an offer on the home of your dreams, but not sure how to do that? Here’s a step by step guide on what you should include in your purchase offer.
Mortgages can be confusing. NewHomeSource has a handy guide to mortgage terminology, so you know exactly what’s going on with your home loan.
NewHomeSource has a handy guide to buying your new home from starting the shopping process to everything about financing.
When building a custom home, how much emphasis should you place on resale value? Are there options that are great for you and future buyers?
NewHomeSource’s guide to buying American real estate for non US residents helps clarify the homebuying process, so you can buy your new Stateside home.
Single women home shoppers have become a powerful buying demographic. NewHomeSource explores the features they want in their new homes.
Millions of home buyers have purchased vacant lots on which to build their dream home. Are you ready to join them? NewHomeSource has the key things you should consider first.
Let NewHomeSource help you buy a brand new home in the United States as a vacation home or investment property as a foreign home shopper.
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.
As single female home buyers continue to dominate the market, we take a close look at what this demographic needs to know before buying.
New homes are a great fit for military families. Learn the features that make buying a new construction home a great for off post housing.
Is there a right way to buy a lot for building a custom home? Find out why the experts say yes.
If you’re on the fence about buying a house in the United States as a non-resident, here are a few reasons why the investment is worth it.
Want to know more about the costs associated with a manufactured home? Check out this article that breaks down how they’re calculated and how they can be negotiated.
Wondering about the value of manufactured homes? Read this article to understand whether they’re the right financial investment for you.
Want to purchase your new home, but not sure how to go about the veteran home loan process? We walk through 10 important tips to get you started.