New Home Friday 08-26-2016

by Builder Trade In Program Aug, 26

Trends among first time home buyers

by Builder Trade In Program Aug, 23

The market for first-time homebuyers is ever changing, as are the wants and needs in the homes they’re shopping for.

And the same goes for the economy. As the economy shifts, the buying process shifts as well, affecting the homes first-time homebuyers can afford and the locations where they can buy them.


New Home Friday 08-19-2016

by Builder Trade In Program Aug, 19

5 Things To Do If You Want To Buy a Home in the Next 5 Years

by Builder Trade In Program Aug, 16

Buying a home takes preparation, patience and perseverance.  If you’re looking to buy your first home in the next 5 years or so, you’ll probably need to start now to ensure you’re in the right financial shape to do so.  Here’s what you’ll need to get there.

  1. Improve your credit score

New Home Friday 08-12-2016

by Builder Trade In Program Aug, 12

As Baby Boomers age, D.R. Horton targets seniors with affordable housing brand

by Builder Trade In Program Aug, 09

D.R. Horton, the nation’s largest home builder, said active adult buyers looking for their last home have been scooping up the homes that were developed and marketed to first-home buyers.

After seeing that entry-level houses geared toward first-time home buyers have become popular with retirees, D.R. Horton announced Tuesday that it is establishing a new brand for “active adults” who are looking for their last home.


New Home Friday 08-05-2016

by Builder Trade In Program Aug, 05

Will The Housing Market’s Good Year Continue?

by Builder Trade In Program Aug, 02

Must all good things come to an end, or will the second half of 2016 mirror the strength of the first half?

We had great expectations for the housing market this year—and so far, 2016 has certainly delivered. Looking back at the first half of the year, it’s nothing but good news:


New Home Friday 07-29-2016

by Builder Trade In Program Jul, 29

Top 10 Green Energy Technologies & Solutions for Home Improvement

by Builder Trade In Program Jul, 26

Between heating and cooling your home, gassing up your car and watering your lawn, energy costs are one of the most significant expenses that many of us face on a monthly and annual basis.

Thankfully, there are numerous ways to reduce both your carbon footprint and your recurring energy costs. Many of them are simple and common sense techniques that do not require major changes, construction, installation, or upfront expenses. In fact, there are a number of ways to save energy at home and slash your home energy consumption and costs by up to $2,500 a year without much effort. You can even significantly cut the cost of commuting to work without purchasing a new fuel-efficient car.