Does Your Home Size Measure Up?

size-matters-preview Does the size of your home really matter? Is your home bigger or smaller than the average for your area? Our new infographic will help you find out.

Did you know that there are more than 76 million owner-occupied homes in the U.S.? Now you do.

Did you know that 75% of those are considered to be inside metro areas? Now you do.

Did you know that by average cost of square footage, New York City is 20 times more expensive than Detroit? Now you do (and now you know that metro Detroit has some great deals for real estate – trust me on that, my friends).

Did you know that in the Northeast, average homes are older and smaller than the rest of the country? Now you do.

That’s right. You now know all those things and you’ll learn a lot more home-based facts with today’s infographic. Please feel free to share this with any friends and, as always, let us know what you think about it. We would love to hear from you.

Home Size Matters Infographic from Quicken Loans

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One Response to Does Your Home Size Measure Up?

  1. Toby Barnett April 30, 2013 at 7:29 pm #

    I think it is important to note that this graph is looking at areas as a national whole and that real estate and households vary greatly from city to town to area. For example, Washington State is tough to be defined just by the Seattle market as Snohomish, Peirce, and Kitsap Counties vary greatly and they are only 30 minutes or so from downtown Seattle and eastern Washington is completely different than the western Washington. However, I do love the image for the PNW with the Space Needle and Mt. Rainer; just needs some Seahawks ;)

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