Learn about the pros and cons of installing granite countertops in your new kitchen with the NewHomeSource guide to this beautiful and versatile material.
Learn what type of housing type works with your property. NewHomeSource can help you find out your path to homeownership after you buy land.
When you buy a condo, as with a detached home, you need the right insurance. But condo insurance can be a little more complicated. We’ve outline the key differences in policies and coverage that you need to know.
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.
As you design your new condo or townhome, use this article as inspiration for incorporating the latest bedroom design trends in your new home.
Learn the difference between a custom home and spec home, and which home type is right for you.
Get inspiration for your new condo or townhome with these kitchen design ideas for condos and townhomes from NewHomeSource.com.
Learn why you should consider buying a manufactured modular home when shopping for your next new home.
How much do you need to put down in order to buy a new condo or townhome? NewHomeSource is sharing its recommendations so that you can get in a new home faster.
Ready to buy a new home? We’ve got some great tips on how you can get the best deal when negotiating with new construction homebuilders.
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.
A pre-construction condo is exactly what it sounds like: it’s a condo that has yet to be built. NewHomeSource explores the pros and cons of buying into these developments.
When it comes to buying a new home in a new community, timing can be everything. Read on to find out why buying early in a developing community has its perks.
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.
If you want to buy a new manufactured home, explore these top real estate markets with the most manufactured homes for sale.
You’ve just moved into a new condo or townhome, and you’d like to change the exterior. What kind of exterior modifications are you allowed to make?
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.
Keep your fireplace safe with these care and use tips to enjoy the fireplace in your new home for years to come.
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.
Learn how you can protect your house and family with these new home safety tips from NewHomeSource.
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.
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.
Does a condo make a good starter home? Yes! NewHomeSource shares 5 reasons why first-time buyers should take a second look at condos.
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!
NewHomeSource lays out the reasons why people should buy a condo or townhome instead of renting an apartment.
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.
Moving up to a home that generates as much energy as it consumes can free you from the drudgery of monthly utility bills.
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.