DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL — A new study by LendingTree found “everything is bigger in Texas” – including houses.
According to the Census Bureau, the median size of new homes completed in the second quarter of 2018 was 2,412 square feet.
While the median home size among the three Texas cities was smaller than the national average, it’s not by much. The average Dallas home, for example, is 1,862 square feet. LendingTree (Nasdaq: TREE) credited Texas’ burgeoning population to growing home sizes across the state.
Bigger homes often come with bigger prices. Dallas residents are paying $117 per square foot for their homes. While that’s lower than Washington D.C. home dwellers, who shell out $234 per square foot, it’s more than the $102 per square foot that Atlanta residents pay.
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