Your circle of family and friends isn’t getting any smaller, but you’re not interested in a bigger home: How do you balance the two? We have six tips to make your small home the place to be this holiday season.
Builders expect new homes to be smaller in 2017, at about 2,400 square feet.
Tiny house advocates cite reduced expenses and eco-conscious living as reasons for going tiny but for some of them, there is real joy in downsizing their American Dream into a 500 square foot space.
Interest in tiny homes is up, but practical challenges still exist to making your tiny home dreams come true. New Home Sources takes a look at 4 unexpected challenges to tiny home living that could derail your plans.
Not only do tiny homes offer financial freedom and a simpler lifestyle, they also offer many green benefits for a better planet. And we’ve got proof!
Worried about going tiny? Learn more about lifestyle from those currently in it to understand why they’re not looking back.
Thinking about a tiny house on wheels? We dive into the the benefits and drawbacks to keep in mind when making your decision.
TV can be a great source of inspiration for tiny living, but a lot isn’t shown on screen. Here are six shows to dive into, and what to keep in mind while you’re watching.
Sifting through the legalities surrounding tiny homes can be confusing; read more here to learn how to tell fact from fiction.
Thinking about retirement, and wondering if you can go tiny? Read this article to see if retiring to a tiny house is right for you.
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.
One of the largest generations in US history is pretty fond of the benefits of tiny living; read this article to find out why.
Trying to decide which tiny community is the right fit for you? Here are five states that are tiny-home friendly for you to consider.
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.
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.
Has the concept of tiny homes continued to elude you? We’ve taken a closer look at the movement, the pros and cons, and who tiny living is a good fit for.
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.
A new home doesn’t have to be expensive. Many builders are adding smaller, more affordable homes to their portfolios to attract buyers who want new construction without the high cost.
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 why condos and townhomes make great housing options for 55+ and retirees.
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.
Learn about the developments in the solar technology space that is making this green energy option more attainable for new homeowners.
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.
Learn why you should consider buying a manufactured modular home when shopping for your next 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 to buy a new manufactured home, explore these top real estate markets with the most manufactured homes for sale.
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.
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.