See How American Homes Stack Up To Houses Around The World [INFOGRAPHIC]

Nothing makes Americans’ rekindled love for the McMansion seem quite as ridiculous as taking a peek inside homes around the world. 

Though the average U.S. home costs more than $242,000, spans 2,500 sq. ft., and could quite easily fit a small army of inhabitants, people in Bukina Faso cram in three times as many.

As seen in the interactive graphic below, compiled by Freedom Mortgage, places like Bukina Faso and Chad, on the other hand, are a different story from the U.S. 

Click through to see the average household family income, size, and other tidbits about homes around the world.   

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