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The Incredible Shrinking Home

2013 New Home Trends

We've all heard numerous times that the average new home size is getting smaller. 

But is today's new home smaller than the one you grew up in?  Or is it just better planned and built than homes a few years ago?  Let's take a look at what's really been going on with new home sizes over the past 40 years or so! 

Home Size | Raleigh Custom Home Builders

In 1973, the average new home in the United States was only 1,660 square feet.   That's average - meaning many homes were much smaller.

If you grew up in the 70s, you probably remember sharing a much smaller home than the one you're currently living in, probably with a couple of siblings!

  • The average new home size did not exceed 1,800 square feet until 13 years later.  In 1986, the average new home was a whopping 1,825 square feet.
  • In just one year, the average home size jumped from 1,825 square feet in 1986, to 1,905 square feet in 1987 (more room to watch the tv debut of "The Simpsons"!)
  • In only two more years, 1989 saw the average home size increase to 2,035 square feet.
  • It took another 5 years to break the 2,100 square foot barrier, which happened in both 1994 and 1996.
  • And another 5 years later, in 1999, the average home size was 2,223 square feet. 
  • But homeowners kept asking for larger homes.  It only took another two years to break the next barrier.  In 2001, the average new home size was 2,324 square feet.
  • Not done yet!  In 2005, the average home was 2,434 square feet, over 2400 for the first time.
  • And in 2007, the average new home was 2,521 square feet, the largest to date.

Where are New Home Sizes Today?

After peaking at 2,521 square feet in 2007, the average new home stayed constant in 2008, decreased in size in 2009 and 2010, but bounced back up in 2011. The average new home size in 2011 was 2,480 square feet.

New homes have made some incredible gains in size over the past 40 years or so.

The average new home in 2010 was:

  • 44% Larger than in 1973 (37 years ago)What is the average new home size? 2012 new home trends | raleigh new homes
  • 41% Larger than in 1976 (34 years ago)
  • 31% Larger than in 1986 (24 years ago)
  • 6% Larger than in 2000 (10 years ago)
  • From 1973 to 2004, the average home increased in size by 22 square feet per year.
  • From 2004 to 2007, the average home increased by 43 square feet per year, double the typical rate.

Why is today's new home smaller than it was a few years ago?

  • Homebuyers are much more budget conscious
  • Homebuyers are not as interested in rooms they have little to no use for
  • Homebuyers want a home that works the way they need it to, rather than the biggest home on the street.

More New Home Size Trend Topics:

New Home Size Trends - What's Happened over 40 Years?

2012 New Home Trends - Homes 1799 Square Feet and Smaller 

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 1800 to 2399 Square Feet  

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 2400 to 2999 Square Feet

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 3000 to 3999 Square Feet

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes 4000+ Square Feet

Stanton Homes helps ensure your new home is just what you're looking for. 

New Homes Raleigh NC - New Home Raleigh - Raleigh NC New Homes - New Home Raleigh NCHundreds of locations. Thousands of floor plans. Extraordinary custom design build options. And our in-house architectural design work (and interior designer expertise) comes as part of your custom home package, at no extra cost to our homebuyers.

Finding Your New Home in the Raleigh Area

Call 919-278-8070 or visit www.StantonHomes.com to find out more about new custom homes in the Raleigh area today. 

Custom Home Floor Plans | NC Custom Home Builders | Floor Plan Options Floor Plan Price | Raleigh New Home Cost | Custom Home Cost Estimate Floor Plan Ideas | Floor Plan Styles | Custom Home Floor Plans Raleigh New Home Lots | Custom Home Lots for Sale | New Home Lots Raleigh NC

Article copyright Stanton Homes 2006-2014, all rights reserved.  Permission required for reprint or republish of any kind.   Provided for informational purposes only, no claims are made by Stanton Homes regarding the validity of any statements.  Please note:  all listing information per MLS, and current as of posting date.  Information subject to change.

2012 New Home Trends - 3000 to 3999 Sq Ft Homes

  
  
  

2012 New Home Trends in Home Sizes

Are New Homes Getting Smaller?

Let's look at the percent distribution of new homes in the 3000 to 3999 sq ft range, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, and see what we can learn about the size of today's new homes.

new homes raleigh nc, 2012 new home trends, average new home size

  • In 1999, only 12% of new homes were in the 3000 to 3999 sq ft range.
  • The number of homes in this size range increased in 2000 and 2001, then stayed steady until 2005.
  • 2007 saw the highest percentage of homes in the 3000 to 3999 sq ft range.
  • The percentage of homes built in this size range INCREASED in 2010 vs 2009, and was higher in 2010 than in 7 of the 11 previous years.

In conclusion, it doesn't look like we're going to see a big downturn in the number of homes built in the 3000 to 3999 sq ft range.   Demand appears to be stronger in 2010 than in most of the previous decade.

Most Popular Raleigh New Homes in the 3000 to 3999 Sq Ft Range:

new homes raleigh nc, 2012 new home trends, average new home size Video Tour - "The Kelley", 3003 Sq Ft, 5 Bedrooms, Huge Island Kitchen

Video Tour - "The Dugan", 3184 Sq Ft, Mother In Law Suite on Separate Level

Video Tour - "The Penelope", 3468 Sq Ft, Drive Under Garage and Craftsman Details

Video Tour - "The Greenhaven", 3716 Sq Ft, Master with Private Sitting, Private Guest Wing

Other Floor Plan Ideas - Raleigh New Homes in the 3000 to 3999 Sq Ft Range

More New Home Size Trend Topics:

New Home Size Trends - What's Happened over 40 Years?

2012 New Home Trends - Homes 1799 Square Feet and Smaller 

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 1800 to 2399 Square Feet  

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 2400 to 2999 Square Feet

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 3000 to 3999 Square Feet

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes 4000+ Square Feet

Stanton Homes helps ensure your new home is just what you're looking for. 

New Homes Raleigh NC - New Home Raleigh - Raleigh NC New Homes - New Home Raleigh NCHundreds of locations. Thousands of floor plans. Extraordinary custom design build options. And our in-house architectural design work (and interior designer expertise) comes as part of your custom home package, at no extra cost to our homebuyers.

Finding Your New Home in the Raleigh Area

Call 919-278-8070 or visit www.StantonHomes.com to find out more about new custom homes in the Raleigh area today. 

Custom Home Floor Plans | NC Custom Home Builders | Floor Plan Options Floor Plan Price | Raleigh New Home Cost | Custom Home Cost Estimate Floor Plan Ideas | Floor Plan Styles | Custom Home Floor Plans Raleigh New Home Lots | Custom Home Lots for Sale | New Home Lots Raleigh NC

Article copyright Stanton Homes 2006-2014, all rights reserved.  Permission required for reprint or republish of any kind.   Provided for informational purposes only, no claims are made by Stanton Homes regarding the validity of any statements.  Please note:  all listing information per MLS, and current as of posting date.  Information subject to change.

2012 New Home Trends - 4000 Sq Ft Or Larger Homes

  
  
  

Are The Number of Big Homes Growing?

2012 New Home Trends - 4000 Sq Ft + Homes

We've all heard that the average new home size has been shrinking.   But it looks like some very interesting things are going on right now with the largest category of new homes - homes that are 4000 or more square feet.   

new homes raleigh nc, 2012 new home trends, average new home size

  • In 1999 and 2000, homes over 4000 sq ft comprised only 5% of all new homes built.
  • In 2001 to 2004, this category of new homes increased to 6% of all new homes
  • The percentage of "luxury size" new homes peaked in 2008, after growing steadily for 4 years.
  • 4000 Sq Ft homes being built today are a larger percentage than was seen in 6 out of the last 12 years.

More New Home Size Trend Topics:

New Home Size Trends - What's Happened over 40 Years?

2012 New Home Trends - Homes 1799 Square Feet and Smaller 

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 1800 to 2399 Square Feet  

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 2400 to 2999 Square Feet

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 3000 to 3999 Square Feet

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes 4000+ Square Feet

Stanton Homes helps ensure your new home is just what you're looking for. 

New Homes Raleigh NC - New Home Raleigh - Raleigh NC New Homes - New Home Raleigh NCHundreds of locations. Thousands of floor plans. Extraordinary custom design build options. And our in-house architectural design work (and interior designer expertise) comes as part of your custom home package, at no extra cost to our homebuyers.

Finding Your New Home in the Raleigh Area

Call 919-278-8070 or visit www.StantonHomes.com to find out more about new custom homes in the Raleigh area today. 

Custom Home Floor Plans | NC Custom Home Builders | Floor Plan Options Floor Plan Price | Raleigh New Home Cost | Custom Home Cost Estimate Floor Plan Ideas | Floor Plan Styles | Custom Home Floor Plans Raleigh New Home Lots | Custom Home Lots for Sale | New Home Lots Raleigh NC

Article copyright Stanton Homes 2006-2014, all rights reserved.  Permission required for reprint or republish of any kind.   Provided for informational purposes only, no claims are made by Stanton Homes regarding the validity of any statements.  Please note:  all listing information per MLS, and current as of posting date.  Information subject to change.

2012 New Home Trends - 2400 to 2999 Sq Ft Homes

  
  
  

Trends in Mid-Sized New Homes

Are New Homes Getting Smaller?

There have been a number of reports that the average new home is shrinking.   But an average is an interesting thing.  An average of a group of numbers can get lower through a wide variety of different situations.   Here are a few examples:
  • Fewer "extra large" new homes are built, but no change is made in other size homes.
  • Fewer "large" new homes are built, and more "small" new homes are built.
  • The same amount of "large" new homes are built, but more "small" new homes are built.
  • The size of every home built is reduced.

Let's look at the percent distribution of new homes in the 2400 to 2999 sq ft range, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, and see what we can learn about today's new homes.
 

new homes raleigh nc, 2012 new home trends, average new home size

  • There is a higher percentage of homes 2400 to 2999 sq ft being built than in 1999 and 2000.
  • The percentage of new homes in this size range is equal to the percentage in 2001 to 2003.
  • The percentage of new homes built in this size range INCREASED in 2010 vs 2008 and 2009.
  • The boom year of 2006 had the largest percentage of new homes in this size range.  

Keep in mind, new homes include townhomes, detached homes, and other single family homes.  Find out more about what's happening in other home sizes below:

Raleigh New Homes - Most Popular 2400 to 2999 Square Foot Home Designs:

Check out some of Raleigh's most popular new home designs.

new homes raleigh nc, 2012 new home trends, average new home size Video Tour - "The Lowery", 2550 Sq Ft, Stone and Hardi, First Floor Master and Keeping Room

Video Tour - "The Worthington", 2584 Sq Ft, Southern Charm Exterior, Contemporary Interior

Video Tour - "The Bakersfield", 2584 Sq Ft, Wrap Around Front Porch, Master with Private Sitting Room

Video Tour - "The Brogan", 2613 Sq Ft, Craftsman with Built Ins Throughout

Video Tour - "The Coventry", 2807 Sq Ft, Brick Main Floor Master Home with Soaring Keeping Room

More New Home Size Trend Topics:

New Home Size Trends - What's Happened over 40 Years?

2012 New Home Trends - Homes 1799 Square Feet and Smaller 

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 1800 to 2399 Square Feet  

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 2400 to 2999 Square Feet

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 3000 to 3999 Square Feet

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes 4000+ Square Feet

Stanton Homes helps ensure your new home is just what you're looking for. 

New Homes Raleigh NC - New Home Raleigh - Raleigh NC New Homes - New Home Raleigh NCHundreds of locations. Thousands of floor plans. Extraordinary custom design build options. And our in-house architectural design work (and interior designer expertise) comes as part of your custom home package, at no extra cost to our homebuyers.

Finding Your New Home in the Raleigh Area

Call 919-278-8070 or visit www.StantonHomes.com to find out more about new custom homes in the Raleigh area today. 

Custom Home Floor Plans | NC Custom Home Builders | Floor Plan Options Floor Plan Price | Raleigh New Home Cost | Custom Home Cost Estimate Floor Plan Ideas | Floor Plan Styles | Custom Home Floor Plans Raleigh New Home Lots | Custom Home Lots for Sale | New Home Lots Raleigh NC

Article copyright Stanton Homes 2006-2014, all rights reserved.  Permission required for reprint or republish of any kind.   Provided for informational purposes only, no claims are made by Stanton Homes regarding the validity of any statements.  Please note:  all listing information per MLS, and current as of posting date.  Information subject to change.

2012 New Home Trends - 1800 to 2399 Sq Ft Homes

  
  
  

What Size New Home is Most Popular?

Are New Homes Getting Smaller?

The headlines have told us that new homes are shrinking in size, and note that the average size new home is smaller.  But an average is an interesting thing.  Here are some scenarios that could cause an average to lower: 
  • Fewer "extra large" new homes are built, but no change is made in other size homes.
  • Fewer "large" new homes are built, and more "small" new homes are built.
  • The same amount of "large" new homes are built, but more "small" new homes are built.
  • The size of every home built is reduced.

The U.S. Census Bureau breaks new homes built into a variety of different size "buckets".  Let's see what's going on in homes in the 1800 to 2399 square foot size.
 new homes raleigh nc, 2012 new home trends, average new home size

 

  • There has been no change over the past 5 years in the percent of homes constructed in this category.
  • From 1999 to 2005, 28-29% of new homes were 1800 to 2399 sq ft.
  • From 2006 to 2010, 27% of new homes were 1800 to 2399 sq ft. 

Keep in mind, new homes include townhomes, detached homes, and other single family homes.  Find out more about what's happening in other home sizes below.

Raleigh New Homes - Most Popular Plans in the 1800 to 2399 Sq Ft Range

new homes raleigh nc, 2012 new home trends, average new home size Check out some samples of new homes in this size range.  See floor plans and interior and exterior details.

Video Tour - "The Beaufort", 2313 Sq Ft, Main Floor Master Suite, Vaulted Great Room

Video Tour - "The Gershwin", 2073 Sq Ft, Wrap Around Front Porch with Web Design

Video Tour - "The Linda", 2165 Sq Ft, One Story Brick Home

Video Tour - "The Azalea Park", 2182 Sq Ft, Main Floor Master with Craftsman Exterior

 

More New Home Size Trend Topics:

New Home Size Trends - What's Happened over 40 Years?

2012 New Home Trends - Homes 1799 Square Feet and Smaller 

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 1800 to 2399 Square Feet  

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 2400 to 2999 Square Feet

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 3000 to 3999 Square Feet

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes 4000+ Square Feet

Stanton Homes helps ensure your new home is just what you're looking for. 

New Homes Raleigh NC - New Home Raleigh - Raleigh NC New Homes - New Home Raleigh NCHundreds of locations. Thousands of floor plans. Extraordinary custom design build options. And our in-house architectural design work (and interior designer expertise) comes as part of your custom home package, at no extra cost to our homebuyers.

Finding Your New Home in the Raleigh Area

Call 919-278-8070 or visit www.StantonHomes.com to find out more about new custom homes in the Raleigh area today. 

Custom Home Floor Plans | NC Custom Home Builders | Floor Plan Options Floor Plan Price | Raleigh New Home Cost | Custom Home Cost Estimate Floor Plan Ideas | Floor Plan Styles | Custom Home Floor Plans Raleigh New Home Lots | Custom Home Lots for Sale | New Home Lots Raleigh NC

Article copyright Stanton Homes 2006-2014, all rights reserved.  Permission required for reprint or republish of any kind.   Provided for informational purposes only, no claims are made by Stanton Homes regarding the validity of any statements.  Please note:  all listing information per MLS, and current as of posting date.  Information subject to change.

2012 New Home Trends: Smaller Homes?

  
  
  

What Size New Home is Most Popular?

Are New Homes Getting Smaller?

We've all heard that the average new home size has been shrinking.   But an average is an interesting thing.  An average of a group of numbers can get lower through a wide variety of different situations.   Here are a few examples:
  • Fewer "extra large" new homes are built, but no change is made in other size homes.
  • Fewer "large" new homes are built, and more "small" new homes are built.
  • The same amount of "large" new homes are built, but more "small" new homes are built.
  • The size of every home built is reduced.
Let's look at the percent distribution of new homes, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, and see what we can learn about today's new homes.

New Home Sizes | 2012 New Home Trends | Raleigh New Homes

  • In 2010, 13% of new homes were 1400 square feet or less.
  • Over the past 12 years, the least amount of homes under 1400 square feet were built in 2005 through 2007.
  • In 1999, 12 years ago, a total of 15% of new homes built were under 1400 square feet.  
  • 2008 through 2010 showed a 30% increase in the percent distribution of new homes built under 1400 square feet, versus the boom years of 2005 through 2007.
  • In 1999, the percent distribution was 13% higher than in 2010 - more new homes under 1400 square feet were built in 1999.

 Remember, new homes include townhomes and other smaller residences.

New Home Trends | Raleigh New Homes

Now let's take a look at homes in the 1400 to 1799 square foot size range.
  • 19% of new homes built in 2010 were 1400 to 1799 sq ft.
  • Only two years out of the past 12 had fewer homes built in this size range - 2007 and 2008 showed 18% of all new homes were 1400 to 1799 square feet.
  • Seven out of the past 12 years had a HIGHER percentage of homes in this size range.

Interesting - looks like even though overall average size of new homes is just a little smaller, we're actually seeing a smaller percentage of new homes in the 1400 to 1799 square foot size range.

Most Popular Raleigh New Homes 1799 Sq Ft or Smaller:

Here are some of the most popular smaller floor plans, with a focus on one story homes available in the greater Raleigh area.

More New Home Size Trend Topics:

New Home Size Trends - What's Happened over 40 Years?

2012 New Home Trends - Homes 1799 Square Feet and Smaller 

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 1800 to 2399 Square Feet  

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 2400 to 2999 Square Feet

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 3000 to 3999 Square Feet

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes 4000+ Square Feet

Stanton Homes helps ensure your new home is just what you're looking for. 

New Homes Raleigh NC - New Home Raleigh - Raleigh NC New Homes - New Home Raleigh NCHundreds of locations. Thousands of floor plans. Extraordinary custom design build options. And our in-house architectural design work (and interior designer expertise) comes as part of your custom home package, at no extra cost to our homebuyers.

Finding Your New Home in the Raleigh Area

Call 919-278-8070 or visit www.StantonHomes.com to find out more about new custom homes in the Raleigh area today. 

Custom Home Floor Plans | NC Custom Home Builders | Floor Plan Options Floor Plan Price | Raleigh New Home Cost | Custom Home Cost Estimate Floor Plan Ideas | Floor Plan Styles | Custom Home Floor Plans Raleigh New Home Lots | Custom Home Lots for Sale | New Home Lots Raleigh NC

Article copyright Stanton Homes 2006-2014, all rights reserved.  Permission required for reprint or republish of any kind.   Provided for informational purposes only, no claims are made by Stanton Homes regarding the validity of any statements.  Please note:  all listing information per MLS, and current as of posting date.  Information subject to change.

Are New Homes Really Getting Smaller? 2012 New Home Trends

  
  
  

The Incredible Shrinking New Home

Or is it really?  New Home Trends

We've all heard numerous times that the average new home size is getting smaller. 

Before we all picture moving into the travel trailer and sharing one bath, let's take a look at what's really been going on with new home sizes over the past 40 years or so! 

What is the Average New Home Size? 2012 New Home Trends | Raleigh New Home Builders

In 1973, the average new home in the United States was only 1,660 square feet.   That's average - meaning many homes were much smaller.

If you grew up in the 70s, you probably remember sharing a much smaller home than the one you're currently living in, probably with a couple of siblings!

  • The average new home size did not exceed 1,800 square feet until 13 years later.  In 1986, the average new home was a whopping 1,825 square feet.
  • In just one year, the average home size jumped from 1,825 square feet in 1986, to 1,905 square feet in 1987 (more room to watch the tv debut of "The Simpsons"!)
  • In only two more years, 1989 saw the average home size increase to 2,035 square feet.
  • It took another 5 years to break the 2,100 square foot barrier, which happened in both 1994 and 1996.
  • And another 5 years later, in 1999, the average home size was 2,223 square feet. 
  • But homeowners kept asking for larger homes.  It only took another two years to break the next barrier.  In 2001, the average new home size was 2,324 square feet.
  • Not done yet!  In 2005, the average home was 2,434 square feet, over 2400 for the first time.
  • And in 2007, the average new home was 2,521 square feet, the largest to date.

Where are New Home Sizes Today?

After peaking at 2,521 square feet in 2007, the average new home size in 2010 was 2,392 square feet.

But new homes have made some incredible gains in size over the past 40 years or so.

The average new home in 2010 was:

  • 44% Larger than in 1973 (37 years ago)What is the average new home size? 2012 new home trends | raleigh new homes
  • 41% Larger than in 1976 (34 years ago)
  • 31% Larger than in 1986 (24 years ago)
  • 6% Larger than in 2000 (10 years ago)
  • From 1973 to 2004, the average home increased in size by 22 square feet per year.
  • From 2004 to 2007, the average home increased by 43 square feet per year, double the typical rate.

Why is today's new home smaller than it was a few years ago?

  • Homebuyers are much more budget conscious
  • Homebuyers are not as interested in rooms they have little to no use for
  • Homebuyers want a home that works the way they need it to, rather than the biggest home on the street.

More New Home Size Trend Topics:

New Home Size Trends - What's Happened over 40 Years?

2012 New Home Trends - Homes 1799 Square Feet and Smaller 

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 1800 to 2399 Square Feet  

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 2400 to 2999 Square Feet

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes from 3000 to 3999 Square Feet

2012 New Home Trends - Trends in Homes 4000+ Square Feet

Stanton Homes helps ensure your new home is just what you're looking for. 

New Homes Raleigh NC - New Home Raleigh - Raleigh NC New Homes - New Home Raleigh NCHundreds of locations. Thousands of floor plans. Extraordinary custom design build options. And our in-house architectural design work (and interior designer expertise) comes as part of your custom home package, at no extra cost to our homebuyers.

Finding Your New Home in the Raleigh Area

Call 919-278-8070 or visit www.StantonHomes.com to find out more about new custom homes in the Raleigh area today. 

Custom Home Floor Plans | NC Custom Home Builders | Floor Plan Options Floor Plan Price | Raleigh New Home Cost | Custom Home Cost Estimate Floor Plan Ideas | Floor Plan Styles | Custom Home Floor Plans Raleigh New Home Lots | Custom Home Lots for Sale | New Home Lots Raleigh NC

Article copyright Stanton Homes 2006-2014, all rights reserved.  Permission required for reprint or republish of any kind.   Provided for informational purposes only, no claims are made by Stanton Homes regarding the validity of any statements.  Please note:  all listing information per MLS, and current as of posting date.  Information subject to change.

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