It’s on the smaller side to have four bedrooms, but I’ve seen it more and more in recent years. Jill’s house is pretty much what all new, lower end homes are these days.
In the late 90’s-early 2000’s homes were built obnoxiously large, with master suites that had separate seating areas, a living room, family room and a separate game/movie room, and obviously each bedroom would have its own bath and walk in closet. Then the housing market crashed and people realized they didn’t need a living room in their bedroom. Now new builds, unless custom or in a high end area, tend to be less than 2,000 sf. Some people are still into the ridiculously large homes, and then there’s the tiny house fad.
Compared to Jill and Derek’s first home, this is very small. How different would their lives be if they had just stayed there and DDD kept his Walmart job?