Homebuyers' Investment Scores 15% Less House Than 7 Years Ago

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Despite the month-to-month increase in home prices, some historical perspective is in order. While prices have gained 5 percent in the last year, they are still only level with housing values of around seven years ago. And the median home size is down to about 1,500 square feet. In fact, the incredible shrinking home is around 15 percent smaller than it was in 2003. But it still costs about the same. That's a pretty big (little) deal.
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