Since more and more people have been working from home over the past year, they’ve found that there’s more work around the house to be done than ever before. This has caused some to wonder if it’s really worthwhile for them to have such a big home. This is just one of the reasons why many people have started to downsize into smaller and smaller homes – some even being as tiny as 100 square feet.

If you’ve been considering the possibility of downsizing, it’s important to weigh the pros and cons. With a smaller living space, you’ll pay less on your monthly utilities. However, smaller homes may come with unique building codes that add to the complexity of ownership. Spending less time cleaning and maintaining your home means more time to spend with friends and family or to travel to other places. But a smaller home also means smaller appliances and less entertaining space. These are just a couple of things to consider when deciding whether or not to downsize.

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