Buying or Building Your Home

Learn about buying, building or remodeling your home from A to Z with these resources to help you find a builder or remodeler, organize your move, discover the latest trends and become a more educated consumer.

Buying or Building Your Home
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Whether you're looking to refresh the design of your current home or choose design elements for a new home, deciding how you will use color and patterns should be a key part of your plan.  Marc Thee of Marc-Michaels Interior Design, who recently spoke at the 2015 International Builders’ …
3/20/2015
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Homeowners enjoy many tax benefits, including the mortgage interest deduction.
12/3/2014
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These are questions that consumers should ask potential home builders.
11/21/2014
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Follow these steps to help you navigate the home-buying process.
11/6/2014
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Learn how a Certified Green Professional can help you build a sustainable home or remodel/renovate your exisiting home.
11/5/2014
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Baby boomers, who were the largest American generation until the Millennials took over, are either retired or quickly nearing retirement age. Boomers, born between 1946 and 1964 and who count more than 76 million, may be getting older, but they are definitely not ready to head to the retirement …
10/31/2014
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An NAHB survey reveals the characteristics of a typical American subdivision, including size, number of units and other features.
9/26/2014
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Written by a woman for women, this practical, insightful guide demystifies the home buying and remodeling process and empowers the reader to work confidently with architects, interior designers and contractors to strategically craft a home that complements her unique lifestyle and personality …
2008
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This brochure describes the emotional and economic impact of homeownership to Americans and why it must be supported and protected.
6/25/2014
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This checklist will help you select a builder or remodeler to work on or build your home.
5/3/2014
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As American cities sprawl further and further away from city centers and commutes get longer and more frustrating, some people are trading the car for a subway, moving back to the city and getting creative to make use of smaller spaces.  Many "empty-nesters" need less space, so they …
10/21/2013
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The walk-through of your new home provides an opportunity to learn about the way your new home works and to ask questions about anything you don't understand.
3/21/2013
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An article about the steps home owners can take to get a house sold quickly.
1/2/2013
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Learn about the many opportunities in today’s housing market including low mortgage rates and new homes that are built to fit your lifestyle.
5/7/2012
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Learn about the benefits of a brand-new home that you may not see in a sales brochure.
3/21/2012
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Learn about the many features of condominiums and condo living that could make buying a condo the right choice for you.
10/12/2010
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This U.S. Dept. of Transportation website provides information to help people who are moving.
4/15/2009
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If you are shopping for a new home, how can you be sure that it was built so that it does not cause health or safety problems for the members of your household? The answer can be given in two words: building codes. A building code sets forth requirements to protect public health, safety and …
7/19/2007
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This article will help home buyers know what to expect during the settlement, or closing, of their new home.
7/19/2007
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Use these tips to help you find a reputable builder for your new home.
7/19/2007
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