CNBC.com has reported on the, "Death of the McMansion."
McMansions, also known as Garage Mahals...are houses at 3,000 square feet and up.
It was the building fashion in some cities and suburbs in the 2000 decade. Huge, looming, expensive to heat and cool.
Did you know that the average home size in America in the 1960's was 1,200 square feet?
And that even in the 1980's it was only an average of 1,710 square feet?
But by the 2000's it had grown to an average of 2,330 square feet.
The building trends of the 2010 decade are expected to produce smaller, energy efficient homes.
Smaller even here in Texas, where "Go Big or Go Home" is a catch phrase!
But now what do we do with all these "Square Feet"?