Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Worth Overdoing


The 2006 New American Home 10,023 square feet.
The 2005 New American Home 5,950 square feet.
The 2004 New American Home 5,172 square feet.

5 comments:

Rob Dawg said...

Nota Bene: Anonymous posts are still on but for clarity please use the "other" button and pick something memorable like "sniffy the wonder bunny."

incessant_din said...

So does that mean 2 for 1 sale at Pardee? They would still make a profit, because particle board is cheap. Makes a horrible stink, but burns really well. So I guess it's good for something.

Anonymous said...

might make sense in utah if you are rich and they legalize bigamy

Rob Dawg said...

Alright, enough fun. Back to work. Average home size is still growing by about 28 sq ft per year. Doesn't sound like much but since 1950? Yep, more than doubled in half a century. Mother Jones has a great archived article I recommend: http://www.metrotimes.com/25/39/thisnewhouse.pdf

Me? I'm cramped and building an office in the back yard.

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