Bigger is always better, right? People seem to think so especially when it comes to homes. How many of us were raised by our parents in homes that we’d now consider much too small? What people today consider starter homes, many lived their lives in.
There can be many costs involved with a bigger home. The most obvious one is that they cost more. A bigger home comes with a bigger price tag. That makes sense.
Some people say this is worth it. They look at the 500 extra square feet. They see that it costs them $40,000 more. Then, if they can afford the payments, away they go!
But, there are a bunch of other costs that come in that many don’t think of. If you think that the only cost of a bigger house is the price, think again. Here are a few things to consider.