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Long Realty is pleased to bring you tips for Living in Arizona, courtesy of our local Long Advantage business partners. The articles below covers an array of helpful and insightful tips for the Arizona lifestyle. We hope you find this information useful.

How the American Home Has Evolved

September 30, 2017

How the American Home Has Evolved

Every era is defined by new housing trends. A look back in time shows just how much home life in America has changed over the last 40 years.

Cost: In 1969, the average sales price for an American home was around $25,000 that’s $165,360 in today’s inflation-adjusted dollars). By 2015, that price had risen to over $300,000.

Location: According to the latest census data, most Americans still prefer to buy a home in the suburbs (as was true in the 1970s). However, those that are flocking to dense urban areas are made up of mostly young, affluent, and educated individuals.

Size: In 1973, the average size of a new home was 1,660 square feet. Today, that figure has grown to an all-time high of 2,679 square feet.

Occupancy: In the early ‘70s, an average of 3.01 persons lived in a typical American home. Today, that number has shrunk to a record low of 2.54 persons.

Energy efficiency: Today, single-pane windows are a thing of the past, the traditional light bulb is being phased out, furnaces are far more efficient, insulation practices have evolved, and water- conservation features are built into every fixture and appliance.

Security: In the 70's, home alarm systems were very basic and quite expensive. Today, you can receive in-home alerts on your smart phone for less than $15 per month.

More Living in Arizona Tips

FEATURES WITH REAL RETURNS
How the American Home Has Evolved
Learn What to Look for When Choosing a Moving Company
Prepare Your Pool for Summer Fun
Time to Change Those Air Filters!
How to Keep Your Plants Cozy this Winter
Considering the Tucson Valley's Many Climate Zones
Taking Care of Ceramic Tile
What To Do When Your Washer Won’t Drain
Security/Protection Systems for Homeowners
Cozy Home - Safe Home… Heating Season Tips
Sprucing Up Your Landscape for Fall
Benefits of Induction Cooking
Itching for Summer Vacation?
Maintaining Your Carpets
Getting Your Pool Ready for Summer
Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Home
Home Weatherizing Tips
Caring For Your Carpets
Three Easy Washer Maintenance Tips
Keep Cool for Less
Give the heart of your home a fresh new look in just 2-3 days!
Getting Your Pool Ready for Summer
Spring Cleaning Tips
Keep your drains running smoothly and smelling great!
What To Look For In A Moving Company
Caring for your Arizona landscape in Winter
Managing Winter Pests
Don't Forget About Your Pool This Winter
Choosing Home Accessories
It's Hot Out There
Ants Everywhere
Prepare Your Home for Monsoon Season Now
Tips for a Great Staycation
Dont Let Your A/C Break The Bank
How to Prevent Mold after Water Damage
Create a New Look in Your Home for Spring
Improving your Wireless Internet Experience
Families of the Sonoran Desert
Holiday Shopping Safety Tips
Preparing for Fall
Is Your Home Under Attack?
Becoming Green Clean Minded
Protect your recreational vehicles from extreme desert heat
Until there’s a cure… Cleaning for a Reason
Arizona Lightning and Lightning Safety
Monsoon Season and Your Home
Keep Cool This Summer with Air Conditioning Maintenance
Be on the Lookout for Bees As Temperatures Rise

The information contained in these articles are provided by local area businesses. We believe this information to be accurate and reliable, but it is not guaranteed.