At the start of the 20th century, the average home size in Nevada was a whopping 800 square feet. This was much smaller than the newer constructions in the South and West. In Connecticut, homes tend to be even smaller due to their age. The average home size in the state is 1,804 square feet, which is slightly more than the national average.
In Kansas, homes are close to the national average with 1,782 square feet for a three-bedroom home. The housing market of the Kansas City metro area is fast-paced and homes are selling faster than in Dallas, Denver and Nashville, according to the Kansas City Star. High demand and low inventory are driving up home prices and creating a seller's market in Kansas. The average home size in Nevada has increased 191 percent since the beginning of the 20th century, particularly in Las Vegas.
New Hampshire is full of wilderness but this doesn't necessarily mean that there are many large homes. The average square foot of housing in New Hampshire is approximately 1,768 square feet, which is close to the national average. A report recently released by LendingTree calculated the average size of single-family homes along with the average home value and cost per square foot in the 45 largest cities in the U. S.
This 4-bedroom, 3-full bathroom single-family home located in a Northwest community of single-story housing has an open floor plan with tile floors throughout and vaulted ceilings. It also has a large pool sized lot with finished RV parking and a large covered patio. There are fun trails and bike tracks for family and children nearby as well as great schools, shopping, restaurants and sports events for young people. In New Jersey, which has some of the smallest homes in the Northeast, the average home size is 1,740 square feet.
Las Vegas is a great place to live and invest in real estate due to its many features such as parks, Tule Springs Fossil Bed National Monument, Floyd Lamb Park and more. NORADA REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS has extensive experience in turnkey real estate investments and cash-flow properties since 1990s when Las Vegas had one of fastest growing employment bases in country benefiting from large workforce and favorable business climate. Retirees who intend to move to Las Vegas are great tenants as they can buy property to rent it out for good cash flow from investment properties in Las Vegas. When people lose their jobs in large numbers home prices plummet as they did in Las Vegas about decade ago during Great Recession when Las Vegas went from having one-fifth of its residents renting to nearly two-fifths.
The state's real estate market had remained strong until recently when global coronavirus pandemic hit housing market hard causing cancellation of open days and distrust of buyers. Las Vegas has experienced several booms throughout its history and experienced incredible housing crash during Great Recession. According to PwC's annual real estate report Las Vegas real estate market will enjoy population growth rate much higher than national growth rate due to its limited space for expansion. All these factors have had enormous impact on Las Vegas real estate market considered one of most popular markets in country.