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!
Downsizing is tough! To make it easier, we’ve compiled some guiding questions and a plan of action to help you downsize before moving into a smaller new home.
Can you save money by purchasing a new condo or townhome? It depends. Explore the factors that influence monthly housing costs.
NewHomeSource lays out the reasons why people should buy a condo or townhome instead of renting an apartment.
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.
At the 2019 National Association of Home Builders convention, key economists predicted a solid year for builders and new home construction as mortgage rates stay relatively low and townhome production continues to rise.
While the American dream of owning one’s home continues, what that dream looks like is changing as many home buyers are now looking at smaller homes. We look at what’s behind the growing trend.
There are important questions you’ll have about your new neighborhood. Here’s where you can go to find information about your new neighborhood.
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.
Congratulations, the builder has finished your new home, handed you the keys, and finished your punch list! Get settled into your beautiful new home by following these 10 easy steps.
Lighting is not a one-size-fits-all solution for every space of your new home. Before you get any bright ideas, it’s important to consider what lighting works best in each room. NewHomeSource spoke with two lighting design experts to share their thoughts and tips with you.