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This is probably an error on the assessor's part when the house was first built. Not a big deal as long as the information in the MLS is correct and it isn't including unpermitted construction.I usually check assessor records prior to placing an offer or viewing the home for the first time, or when I do my agent inspection. I know of three homes in my community that are incorrect in the assessor records: #1: 2656 sq ft home really 2836 sq ft (currently an REO) score for the potential buyer, #2: a 2032 sq ft single story home (assessor records show two story 2836 sq ft home) not good... My house has no bedrooms or any other information, no big deal...If it showed larger, like #2 above, I would be concerned because the tax assessor's office will assess my house based on that information...The appraiser will measure the house during their appraisal, but as a buyer, be aware that the tax records could be wrong which means the MLS could be wrong and you may be buying a smaller house than you think because of it. As a seller, your agent may pull in comps and you may list your house for more or less than it reallly is worthBest of Luck to you
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