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Ranch style house with 3000ft main level and another finished 300 ft on the walk-out, is that 6000'

3000 + 3000 - 6000 sq ft?  - 300 was a typo
  • October 21 2010 - Arvada
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You need to check with a local Realtor in your area.  In Northeast OH (the Greater Cleveland Area), if you have a walk out basement, it is 3,000 + 3,000 = 6,000 sq ft,  Of course, it may not be considered the total finished sq ft.
  • October 22 2010
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....and don't forget , if you had work done and completed areas after the house built, you will need to provide permits for that work!

  • October 22 2010
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Hi Arvada,

As long as you have finished living heated square footage on the main level plus the walkout, then yes, your house would be considered as having 6,000 living heated square footage. Every real estate board is different in how they count square footage so you should check with your realtor and ask them how their board counts square footage on the house. Most appaisers will count the living heated square footage and note whether it is above grade or below grade.
  • October 22 2010
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Square footage is calculated only on finished living area.  Unfinished attics, basements and outdoor spaces are not included.
  • October 21 2010
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