7 Surprisingly Big Benefits of a Smaller Home

Published on: November 6, 2018 | by: Rachel

Small houses are gaining popularity! Are you looking to downsize? Or maybe it’s just the two of you? Or you just don’t fancy spending all your time and money looking after a mansion! There are heaps of reasons to ‘go small’. Here’s six awesome ones to kick you off!

1. Reduced construction costs

If you want to build a brand-new house, you should definitely consider all the construction costs involved. And when we’re talking about a small home, the expenses involved in building it will be significantly lower in comparison to a big place. Moreover, you’ll be able to choose high-quality materials (since you won’t need industrial amounts of it) that will easily fit your budget.

Plus, the team that will be in charge of building your home will be a small one, which will cut down the costs even more. At the end of the day, it’s awesome to have a top-notch, small house built and still have money to go on holiday or buy that car you’ve been dreaming of!

2. Low maintenance

When living in a small home, the bills for electricity and gas are far less likely to leave you with empty-pockets at the end of each month. Not to mention that you won’t need huge quantities of cleaning products to make your place shine!

 

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3. More time on your hands

Nowadays, time has become one of our most precious resources. Whether you’re retired, employed, or still studying, there’s never enough time for all the things that need to get done. Choose a smaller home and you’ll have much more time to sit back, relax and enjoy your space!


4. Stylish decoration

Decorating a house requires time, money, and focus. But when there’s less space to style and organize, you can choose specific items of furniture to style your smaller space. You can get creative, opting for high-quality furniture and items that allow you to quickly organise your world.

 

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5. Cheaper purchase price

If you’re buying a house that’s already built, going for a smaller home will be way cheaper than a large property. And, with money in the bank, you’ll have some savings that can be put towards decorating or fun activities!

6. Fancy renovations

When you need to renovate something in your home, you can actually splurge a bit and choose slightly pricier things that you love. Small spaces don’t require a bunch of materials, so you’ll be able to afford to invest in some long-lasting, state-of-the-art items.

They say that family members meet and interact more often in a small home. So choose small and watch your family grow!

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