Find a New Home and Make a Quick Move in Washington, D.C., and West Virginia

Posted: March 26, 2015 at 11:00 am by: NewHomesGuide

Whether you’re considering downtown style in Washington, D.C., or the perfect spot in West Virginia, once you get the itch for a new home, it’s hard to wait.

The good news is you don’t have to wait.

When spring approaches, homebuilders start offering great prices and incentives on Move-In-Now Homes. You’ll find the year’s best selection of already built homes with options and upgrades you’ll love. Find the home that catches your eye and you could be living the life you desire in a matter of weeks.

If you want to beat the spring homebuyer rush, you’ve come to the right place. Start your search at NewHomesGuide.com

Comstock Homes – Townes at The Hampshires

Dan Ryan Builders – Stonebrook Village

Kettler Forlines Homes – Hammond Mills

Find a New Home and Make a Quick Move in Maryland and Delaware

Posted: March 17, 2015 at 3:20 pm by: NewHomesGuide

From the Western Maryland foothills to the Eastern Shore beachfront and into Delaware, homebuilders are offering great prices and incentives on Move-In-Now Homes this spring.

If you’re looking to make a quick transition but still want the latest styles and the reassurance of a brand new home, this could be your best bet. And now could be the best time.

Start your search at NewHomesGuide.com and find a great selection of move-in-ready homes, dressed up with the most popular options and upgrades. You can be moving into yours in a matter of weeks. Why wait?

Find a New Home and Make a Quick Move in Virginia

Posted: March 12, 2015 at 8:16 am by: NewHomesGuide

Looking for all the benefits of a new home, but the timely convenience of a resale home?

You’re looking for a new Move-In-Now Home and spring may just be the best time to find it in all the best parts of Virginia.

With the first hint of warm weather, homebuilders start offering great prices and great incentives on new quick delivery homes. Many even hold special sales events to mark the occasion. From Northern Virginia to Richmond and beyond, NewHomesGuide.com can help you find the best new Move-In-Now Homes on the market.

Get a head start here and beat the spring crowds.

 

Choose a Move-In-Now Home and Set Yourself Up for Summer

Posted: March 6, 2015 at 12:10 pm by: NewHomesGuide

Buying a brand new home doesn’t have to be a long, drawn-out process.

In fact, you can be enjoying all the perks of a newly built home in time to enjoy the beautiful weather this spring and summer. All across the region, homebuilders are offering great prices on Move-In-Now Homes. They’re the perfect choice when you want all the benefits of a new home, but don’t want to wait for construction.

Builders fill these homes with some of the most in-demand options and upgrades. And if you catch it at just the right time, you might even be able to choose the finishes yourself.

Ready to find the best Move-In-Now Homes? Here’s how:

1.  Start at NewHomesGuide.com.

 

2. Enter your desired location in the search bar. Select home type, price range and number of beds and baths.

3. Click the “Yes” box beneath “Move-In-Now and click “Find Homes”.

 

4. On the next page, click on a community that interests you.

5. Scroll down to “Models and Floorplans” and select the “Immediate Delivery Homes” tab.

6. Find the new home that’s waiting for you. You’re going to love it.

 

The Planned Communities Supplement Is Coming In March

Posted: February 24, 2015 at 12:00 pm by: NewHomesGuide

We’ve focused on planned communities this month and the lifestyle benefits that they offer to get you ready for the upcoming Planned Community Lifestyle supplement. Look for this supplement to hit the streets in March. This special publication is full of information about the most desirable planned communities in the most sought after locations in Maryland, Virginia and Delaware.

PUD_Promo_coming-soonNew Homes Guide is your best companion when you’re searching for a new home in any community, and we’ve got all of the information that you need to find the perfect planned community for your family. Available both in print bi-monthly and online, New Homes Guide has up-to-date information about the features, benefits, pricing, amenities and more.

We make it easy for you to get an in-depth look at everything you’re considering for a planned community on our website. Just choose “Planned Communities” under “Find A Community” and you can see a list of the best planned communities in the area. You can easily click through the community listings to dig deeper into the details of the communities that interest you.

Make sure that you’re staying connected with New Homes Guide by signing up to subscribe to New Homes Guide now — it’s easy and free! Plus, you can make sure that you’re getting all of the supplements that you need to help make your home search easier by signing up now to receive our special supplements like The Relo Guide and The Planned Community Lifestyle supplement.

 

The Best Planned Communities In Maryland

Posted: February 16, 2015 at 12:00 pm by: NewHomesGuide

Continuing our series on planned communities, we’re focusing on the beautiful planned communities in Maryland this month. Start your search for a new home in the perfect planned community for your family with New Homes Guide, and let us help you find the perfect resort-style community for your family.

Have a look at some of the most sought-after planned communities in Maryland.

Arundel ForestMD_ArundelForest in Anne Arundel County, MD

  • Styles: Single Family Homes and Townhomes
  • Builder(s): Toll Brothers
  • Price Range: The low $400′s to the mid $500′s

 

 

BeechTreeMD_BeechTree in Prince George’s County, MD

 

 

Bentley ParkMD_BentleyPark in Prince George’s County, MD

  • Styles: Single Family Homes and Townhomes
  • Builder(s): Ryan Homes, NVHomes
  • Price Range: The low $400′s to the mid $500′s

 

 

BrickYardStationBrick Yard Station in Prince George’s County, MD

  • Styles: Single Family Homes and Townhomes
  • Builder(s): Ryland Homes
  • Price Range: The low $300′s to the high $400′s

 

 

Screen Shot 2015-03-02 at 11.15.36 AMCabin Branch in Montgomery County, MD

  • Styles: Single Family Homes and Townhomes
  • Builder(s): Winchester Homes
  • Price Range: The high $400′s to the low $600′s

 

 

MD_ClarksburgVillageClarksburg Village in Montgomery County, MD

 

 

MD_GreenbeltStationGreenbelt Station in Prince George’s County, MD

  • Styles: Townhomes
  • Builder(s): Ryan HomesNVHomes
  • Price Range: The high $200′s to the low $400′s

 

 

Screen Shot 2015-03-02 at 11.28.06 AMLandsdale in Frederick County, MD

  • Styles: Single Family Homes and Townhomes
  • Builder(s): Winchester Homes
  • Price Range: The high $400′s to the low $600′s

 

 

MD_MapleLawnMaple Lawn in Howard County, MD

 

 

MD_MarlboroRidgeMarlboro Ridge in Prince George’s County, MD

  • Styles: Single Family Homes and Townhomes
  • Builder(s): Toll Brothers
  • Price Range: The mid $300′s to the mid $600′s

 

 

MD_OakCreekOak Creek in Prince George’s County, MD

 

 

MD_PoplarRunPoplar Run in Montgomery County, MD

 

 

MD_StCharlesSt. Charles in Charles County, MD

  • Styles: Single Family Homes and Townhomes
  • Builder(s): Ryan Homes
  • Price Range: The mid $200′s to the mid $300′s

 

 

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Tuscarora Creek in Frederick County, MD

  • Styles: Single Family Homes and Townhomes
  • Builder(s): Greentree Homes
  • Price Range:  The low $250′s to the low $400′s

 

 

Screen Shot 2015-03-02 at 11.46.41 AMWildewood in St. Mary’s County, MD

  • Styles: Single Family Homes and Townhomes
  • Builder(s): Stanley Martin Homes
  • Price Range: The high $190′s to the low $400′s

Virginia’s Top Planned Communities

Posted: February 11, 2015 at 12:00 pm by: NewHomesGuide

Looking for a new home in a planned community in Virginia? New Homes Guide is the best resource to help you find the planned community in Virginia that fits your lifestyle. Information about planned communities, including amenities, pricing and contact information is also available on our website.

Here are some of the most desirable planned communities in Virginia.

Bradley SquareScreen Shot 2015-03-02 at 11.58.03 AM in Prince William County, VA

 

 

VA_BrambletonBrambleton in Loudoun County, VA

 

 

CelebrateScreen Shot 2015-03-02 at 12.06.53 PM in Stafford County, VA

  • Styles: Single Family Homes and Villas
  • Builder(s): Del Webb Communities
  • Price Range: The high $100′s to the low $600′s

 

 

Dominion ValleyDominion Valley in Prince William County, VA

  • Styles: Single Family Homes and Townhomes
  • Builder(s): Toll Brothers
  • Price Range: The high $200′s to the low $700′s

 

 

Embrey MillScreen Shot 2015-03-02 at 12.18.03 PM in Stafford County, VA 

 

 

Fawn LakeScreen Shot 2015-03-02 at 12.30.51 PM in Spotsylvania County, VA

  • Styles: Estate Homes and Single Family Homes
  • Builder(s): M/I Homes, Simply Home, LLC, Atlantic Builders, Warner Custom Homes, Inc., Fairway Custom Homes, LLC, Coleman Homes Inc.
  • Price Range: The mid $300′s to the high $700′s

 

 

GlenmoreScreen Shot 2015-03-02 at 12.34.16 PM in Albemarle County, VA

  • Styles: Single Family Homes
  • Builder(s): Stanley Martin Homes
  • Price Range: The high $400′s to the high $600′s

 

 

Hopyard FarmScreen Shot 2015-03-02 at 12.37.54 PM in Spotsylvania County, VA

  • Styles: Single Family Homes
  • Builder(s): Hazel Homes LLC.
  • Price Range: The high $200′s to the low $400′s

 

 

Lenah MillScreen Shot 2015-03-02 at 12.41.32 PM in Loudoun County, VA

  • Styles: Single Family Homes
  • Builder(s): Toll Brothers
  • Price Range: The upper $500′s to over $1 million

 

 

Loudoun Valley Toll BrothersLoudoun Valley in Loudoun County, VA

  • Styles: Single Family Homes and Townhomes
  • Builder(s): Toll Brothers
  • Price Range: The low $300′s to the high $600′s

 

 

Moorefield GreenVA_MoorefieldGreen in Loudoun County, VA

  • Styles: Single Family Homes and Townhomes
  • Builder(s): Toll Brothers
  • Price Range: The high $300′s to the low $600′s

 

 

One LoudounVA_OneLoudoun in Loudoun County, VA

 

 

Potomac ShoresVA_PotomacShores in Prince William County, VA

  • Styles: Single Family Homes
  • Builder(s): Ryan Homes
  • Price Range: The mid $400’s

 

 

Snowden BridgeVA_SnowdenBridge in Frederick County, VA

 

 

Spring CreekScreen Shot 2015-03-02 at 12.46.50 PM in Louisa County, VA

  • Styles: Single Family Homes
  • Builder(s): Stanley Martin Homes
  • Price Range: The high $300′s to the high $400′s

 

 

Stone RidgeVA_StoneRidge in Loudoun County, VA

  • Styles: Single Family Homes and Townhomes
  • Builder(s): Van Metre Homes
  • Price Range: From the Low $400’s to the Mid $600’s

 

 

Trilogy at Lake FrederickScreen Shot 2015-03-02 at 12.55.52 PM in Frederick County, VA 

  • Styles: Single Family Homes
  • Builder(s): Shea Homes
  • Price Range: The low $300′s to the mid $500′s

 

 

Villages of Piedmont at Leopold’s ReserveScreen Shot 2015-03-02 at 1.04.43 PM in Prince William County, VA

 

 

Screen Shot 2015-03-02 at 1.10.04 PMVirginia Heritage at Lee’s Parke in Spotsylvania County, VA

  • Styles: Cottages, Manors, Plantations and Single Family Homes
  • Builder(s): Lennar, D.R. Horton
  • Price Range: The high $200′s to the high $300′s

 

 

Virginia ManorVA_VirginiaManor in Loudoun County, VA

  • Styles: Single Family Homes and Townhomes
  • Builder(s): Ryan HomesNVHomes
  • Price Range: The high $200′s to the low $600′s

 

 

WestridgeScreen Shot 2015-03-02 at 1.13.30 PM in Loudoun County, VA

  • Styles: Single Family Homes, Townhomes and Villas
  • Builder(s): Ryan Homes
  • Price Range: The upper $200′s to the upper $400′s

 

 

WillowsfordVA_Willowsford in Loudoun County, VA

 

Planned Communities Offer Beautiful Homes and Resort Style Amenities

Posted: February 5, 2015 at 12:00 pm by: NewHomesGuide

New Homes Guide is the perfect resource to help you find the planned community that’s right for you. Get even more information about these great places to live in our Planned Community supplement, coming in the March/April issue.nhg_PUD_cover_final_no-crops_web

 

One of the best options today for a new home shopper is the many choices available in planned communities in the Mid-Atlantic region. You’ve heard of all-inclusive resorts? Now think all-inclusive new homes.

When builders and developers team up to create an entire neighborhood or even a small town, buyers win. Not only are there more choices in home styles and prices, lots of great amenities are often built into the infrastructure of the community.

These communities can include playing fields, nature trails, swimming pools, tennis courts, playgrounds, golf courses, farmer’s markets, clubhouses, schools and retail centers. Green space, safety and family-friendly living are all incorporated into the planning for these resort-style communities.

In a planned community, the big picture has been taken into account, and elements like lakes and streams, woods, trails and marinas are all interwoven into the design. Builders accentuate the natural topography of the land as well as the buyers’ lifestyles.

Most planned communities feature beautifully decorated models from the area’s finest builders, and that makes a visit fun, inspiring and informative for a new home shopper. There’s usually a visitor’s center, which has complete information on the lifestyle and amenities packages in the community.

Sorting through all the choices, you’ll find that there is a planned community for the way you want to live. Besides the infrastructure of amenities, convenience and open space, planned communities create the character of a true neighborhood – a sense of place that adds so much to the joy of a new home.

Let New Homes Guide help you find the right planned community for you. We’ll be highlighting planned communities all this month in our blog to get ready for the release of our newest special supplement ‘The Planned Community Lifestyle’ in the March/April issue.

Standard Down Payment Goes Down, New Home Ownership Opportunity Rises

Posted: January 27, 2015 at 12:00 pm by: NewHomesGuide

Good news for people shopping for a new home—some homebuyers may be eligible to make a down payment as low as 3 percent under new lending guidelines announced in December 2014 by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

12418_NHG_DownPayment_Blog_LT_Opt1_i3 (1)The new loans will be 30-year fixed rate loans made to qualified buyers for primary residences, although policies may vary between lenders. These loans are great news for first-time buyers. Designed to help them the most, the new loans will require significantly less money up front, but will require mortgage insurance and completion of a financial counseling program.

New opportunity means more first-time buyers will be able to start on the path to home ownership, and there’s no better way to find your perfect new home than New Homes Guide. Our full-color guide has maps and photos of new communities in all the best locations, plus gorgeous views of all of the latest homes that builders are offering.

Both online and in print, New Homes Guide has the tools that you need to find a beautiful new home. Find even more news and an array of helpful tools that you can use to make your home search easier at NewHomesGuide.com. Our resources section is full of information about finding the right home, industry terminology, relocation tips and other useful articles to help you learn more about buying a home.

Don’t wait to get your January/February issue of New Homes Guide and start finding your dream home, and take advantage of the new down payment eligibility guidelines.

Get Gift Card Rewards When You Shop for or Buy a New Home with New Homes Guide

Posted: January 13, 2015 at 9:30 am by: NewHomesGuide

giftcard_new_buyers_100_5-2014 (1)It’s so easy to get a great reward just for taking New Homes Guide with you when you’re touring new communities or buying a new home when you join the NHG Rewards For Shoppers Program.

You can earn a $50 gift card while you shop for your new home just by visiting some of our featured communities. You can also earn a $100 gift card when you buy your new home in a community that you found out about through New Homes Guide.

Here’s how it works:

  • Get your copy of the January/February New Homes Guide
  • Tear out the Rewards Card
  • Take the Rewards Card with you when you visit the new home communities featured in New Homes Guide
  • Register with the Sales Representative at each community and ask them to fill in and sign your card (mandatory at each community)
  • Visit 4 communities featured in New Homes Guide and collect signatures from a Sales Representative at each community
  • Fill in your personal information on your Rewards Card and choose your favorite gift card from the options available
  • Mail your Rewards Card back to New Homes Guide
  • We’ll certify your information and mail your $50 gift card to you.

 

It’s easy and free. You can earn a gift card for restaurants like Red Robin or Outback Steakhouse, home stores including Pottery Barn and Bed Bath & Beyond, and other great places to shop, including Macy’s, DSW, Target and more.

Some restrictions apply. Get more information and a complete list of available rewards at NewHomesGuide.com/RewardsForShoppers.

Plus, get rewarded when you buy your new home with New Homes Guide, too. After you purchase a home in one of our featured communities in the metropolitan Washington, D.C., area, fill out a quick form to NewHomesGuide.com/RewardsForBuyers. We’ll confirm your information and send your $100 gift card!

Don’t wait—pick up the January/February issue of New Homes Guide and get started earning your rewards today!

 

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