Smaller homes with fewer bedrooms and bathrooms may be fine in a tight economy, but bigger isn’t going out of style any time soon. That was Classic Homes’ President Joe Loidolt’s reaction to just-out National Association of Home Builders’ study that said homes built in 2009 were almost 100 square feet smaller than those completed […]
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