A Small Starter Home In Fairfax County? Good Luck!

Is this progress?

As this article from yesterday's front page reports, buying a small house in the Washington suburbs is increasingly difficult. In Fairfax, the average new townhouse is now 1,900 square feet -- larger than the single-family houses built 30 years ago. Young families face challenges in finding a small starter.

By  |  July 10, 2006; 10:14 AM ET  | Category:  Housing
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