Affordable Green Homes

New World Home Featured in New Jersey & Company

April 5, 2011
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COVER STORY: New World Home brings affordable, green, modular housing to New Jersey (and beyond)   “After years of research and development, New World Home recently unveiled its affordable Essential Housing™ product line. Today, the company, working with five manufacturers across the country, offers homebuyers myriad home-design options, all of which offer the highest possible energy savings […]

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New World Home Featured in Builder Magazine’s 10 Design Trends for 2011

February 22, 2011
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Factory Factor Modular homes are still considered radical by many builders, but there’s a middle ground between box module and stick-built that they are starting to warm up to. We are of course referring to panelized walls, roof systems, and other prefab components as a means of moderating costs, reducing job site waste, and improving […]

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New World Home’s Founders Named in the Faces of Green Development

January 6, 2011
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New York House Magazine recently wrote an article on the top 10 players who are making an impact by creating a more sustainable built environment. New World Home’s own Mark Jupiter and Tyler Schmetterer make the list: Mark Jupiter and Tyler Schmetterer Co-Founders, New World Home Mark Jupiter and Tyler Schmetterer, Skidmore College roommates who have been […]

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New Jersey Monthly Features New World Home

December 20, 2010
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In an article titled “Future Cozy”  – New World Home’s Hudson Model is featured in New Jersey Monthly Magazine: While the home design and building industry have embraced many green concepts, the resulting abodes often have been modern, sterile boxes with minimal creature comforts. That does not have to be the case. Tyler Schmetterer and his […]

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The Essential Housing® Collection – Affordable Green Housing By New World Home

December 11, 2010
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New World Home’s Essential Housing® Program is off to a great start in Atlanta, GA! See what the Green Building Chronicle has to say about our first Essential Housing® Model Center: A community nonprofit and a modular green homebuilder have a joint message for Atlanta residents: Sustainable housing isn’t just for the well-healed eco-ratti anymore. […]

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New World Home – Changing the Housing Industry in America for the Better

November 30, 2010
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Photographer and blogger Lawrence Braun of Lawrence Braun Imaging came across New World Home at the recent opening of the Country Living 2010 House of the Year at Crystal Springs Resort and shared his thoughts on the New Old Green Modular housing platform: “I had believed that other than building an earthship (yikes!), utilizing alternative energy […]

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New World Home Installation in Reynoldstown

November 4, 2010
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Green to the Scene recently reported on New World Home‘s affordable green housing project that is currently being developed in partnership with Resources for Residents and Communities (RRC): On Tuesday, New World Home “placed” what will become the model home for a 14 home subdivision called Legacy Pointe in the Reynoldstown neighborhood of Atlanta. Notice I said “placed” and […]

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Smart Building at a Smart Price – Green Modular Homes

October 5, 2010
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Affordable Green Homes Brought to you by New World Home! Who says green homes have to be expensive? Contrary to popular belief, green homes can be built for a reasonable price. New World Home believes there’s a New Old Green Modular (NOGM) home for everyone. Click to download floorplans, elevations and features for each of these homes: Carson Hudson Smithfield Emerson Franklin The […]

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New Jersey Herald: ‘Green’ home moves from N.Y. to Hardyston

August 5, 2010
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HARDYSTON, NJ — New Jersey developer Andy Mulvihill says this is “the greenest house in New Jersey.” Read more in the New Jersey Herald: The average Manhattan tourist might bring home an “I love NY” shirt or a clever pair of sunglasses. But for the developers of Crystal Springs Resort in Hardyston, their last trip […]

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