Which metros have the biggest (and smallest) homes?

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While some people are jumping on the tiny house train, others are in search of a bit more space, according to Trulia. Depending on the metro, homebuyers looking for more room to roam may find the process more challenging than others. And as Trulia found out last year, 43 percent of homebuyers in the U.S. are interested in having a bigger home. The real estate website’s research team studied the median square footage for starter homes, trade-ups and premium homes throughout metros across the nation, with Texas having a big presence on the list for all three categories. Austin ranked as having the highest square footage for starter homes (1,428 square feet), and Houston ranked in the top spot for trade-up homes, with a median of 1,997 square feet. While the top spot for premium homes …


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