As the home building industry celebrates National Homeownership Month in June, new data from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) reveal that starting in 2019, a majority of senior (56%) and millennial (50%) buyers have moved beyond planning to purchase a home to actually...

Baby boomers have a few distinct preferences when it comes to home location and features, according to a recent survey from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). The survey asked first-time buyers and existing home owners across different age groups to rank features based...

Written by: Alcynna Lloyd of Housing Wire Purchasing the perfect home can be difficult, especially for those navigating the housing market for the first time. Luckily, a new report by Zillow reveals the country’s top housing markets for first-time buyers, measuring factors like home value, home appreciation, wealth and inventory. “Becoming a...

When it comes to affording a home, it’s essential to tackle one thing well ahead of time: the down payment. Long before you start searching real estate listings in earnest, take concrete steps to put aside funds. That way, you’ll be ready when the time...

It’s becoming clear that you’d really like a kitchen where two of you can cook at the same time. A playroom that’s not the living room. Increasingly it seems like there are too many people and not enough bathrooms. Or maybe you’re looking ahead and...

You may think it’s inevitable – the cooler weather means that your home’s energy bills will rise. Whether you are turning up the heat or turning on the holiday lights, energy usage tends to increase during these cooler months. Yet, there are many steps you...

The home buying process is both exciting and overwhelming at the same time. Even with the help of professionals, your checklist is likely long. And one of the most important items that should be at the top of your list is scheduling a home inspection. Although...

Colder temperatures can take a big toll on your home. Severe winter storms can also knock out heat, power and other services to your home. That’s why it’s important to take a few steps now to prepare your home for the changing weather ahead. Here are...