Is it true that bigger is always better? When it comes to the size of their home, many people are reconsidering that belief. According to the data, the typical size of a single-family home has grown to more than 2,500 square feet, which is two and a half times larger than it was after WWII. The conventional belief holds that having as much room as possible is always preferable, but the reality isn’t that simple.
So, if you’re thinking of downsizing, keep in mind that it’s not just a matter of storage space; it might also suggest a complete lifestyle change. Losing some of that extra room and square footage can mean gaining a lot more in other, more valuable ways with the correct preparation and soul-searching.