From the backyard to the poolside, design ideas can easily cost less than $10k.

But, is it worth it? 

The answer to that is “yes” for the vast majority of the people who buy homes for themselves.

For this segment of buyers, the answer is “absolutely”, according to a survey conducted by US firm KPMG in partnership with TheStreet.

The survey revealed that almost 70% of respondents said that they would buy a home that was $10 million or less. 

That’s a huge increase from a year ago, when less than 10% said the same.

And a majority of buyers also said that the home was not going to last forever.

KPMG also found that the vast bulk of the owners surveyed are people who have never owned a home in the past. 

If you want to buy a home for yourself, consider this: you are not a newbie buying a home, KPMg found.

The average price of a home is $100 million.

For those looking to buy, KCMG suggests that you consider what kind of home you want, as well as your budget. 

For example, the average price for a single-family home is around $175,000, and for a 2,000-square-foot home, the typical cost is $145,000.

For that kind of money, you can afford to have a nice place to live and a backyard, and it would be cheaper to build a small, low-maintenance home than a big, expensive one.

You also need to consider the area you want the home in. 

“If you are living in an area that has very high unemployment, that has lots of empty lots and vacant lots, you may want to consider something smaller and less expensive,” KCMg’s Kailan Lassner told the publication.

“If that’s a small suburban community, you don’t need to be building a large home.”

However, if you live in an urban area and have a lot of vacant land and lots of vacant lots that you’re not going in the opposite direction, then a larger, more expensive home may be better for you.

A number of factors could affect a buyer’s decision, including whether they want to live in the same place or move out of the city.

For instance, if a buyer wants to buy in a neighborhood with more people, it could make sense to buy on a larger scale, Kohnen said. 

It also could be that they need a lot more space to live, or they don’t want a lot to move in.

If the home is going to be their home for the next decade, KBMG’s Robert Zaretsky told the magazine, then you need to look at what you can do with the space, including moving your furniture to different rooms or taking on extra staff.

If you’re looking for a place to move into and you are still living in the city, you need a new place to rent. 

You can also consider whether you want a bigger backyard and what kind to use it for, according to Kohnon. 

In this case, the ideal location would be a larger backyard or the area surrounding it, he said.

And if you’re already in the area and want to move, consider what you want in the new home, such as a large backyard and lots more than one room.

“If the buyer can afford the bigger backyard, they’re going to need a big room to live,” Kohnan said.

“If they can afford a smaller room, they’ll want more space. 

I think that’s the big decision point. 

The more space you can use, the better you will do in terms of livability.” 

KPMg found that many people who are interested in buying a house are looking to do it for a family, as opposed to for themselves alone. 

When looking at this segment, KMA found it to be the best category to look in.

“The big challenge for homeowners in this segment is to find the home that they like,” KMA’s Rachel Zarecki said.

“It is important to keep in mind that the majority of homebuyers are interested solely in their own family, and that they want a home they can call their own.” 

“The biggest question that people have is whether or not they will be able to live comfortably and financially in the home, given the amount of space they are looking for,” Zareck said.

It’s worth noting that, for most of us, we are not interested in being a “bigger person”, but more of a “smaller person”, according to KMA.

And while KMA found that most buyers wanted a home with a lot, not a lot at all,