‘Active Adult Community’ no longer implies a cluster of bland homes surrounding a simple community center set up for jazzercise classes on the weekends.
It takes a village! Building a new home today will take, on average, more than 80 professional individuals ranging from architects and engineers to painters and plumbers.
Month two of our season long celebration of the benefits of homeownership kicks off this week with the beginning of National Remodeling Month in May.
What comes first, housing, jobs or a thriving economy? The question is akin to that of the chicken and the egg.
Many in the Mid-Atlantic region of the east coast may disagree but spring is upon us in sunny Southern California.
Because our state experiences alternating periods of drought and rainfall, California homeowners will have to be extra vigilant over the course of the next few months to find and correct any issues created by our recent rainstorms.
The changing lifestyles of Americans is often cited as a primary reason that home buyers choose condominium units (condos) over single-family homes.
I’m not sure those of us in the Inland Empire notice a big difference between winter and spring but, in case you missed it...
The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) regularly polls prospective homebuyers on their wants and needs. Two items that always rank high on the list are...
In last week’s article, I focused on the cost of use of a new home versus a resale home and chose to gloss over the new home warranty.