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Anyone Know The Price Per Sq. Ft For Property?

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As the title says.

Want to work out what the price per sq. ft a property is worth.

Also is it just the house or the total land?

Is the house area 'X' price and the land area 'Y' price?

Need it to calculate an offer I am putting in.

Dont worry folks - I haven't caved in - the offer is 29% OFF asking :)

Edited by teddyboy

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Cmon there must be an Estate Agent or property guy/gal around that should know this. I did see on that MILLION POUND PROPERTY SHOW of about 18months ago sum smug bitch work out about £100 per sq.ft in some posh area (was the million squid property).

Think this is realisitic for London and think that NW is probably 60% of that?

Cmon - someone MUST KNOW!!!

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Flats in Clapham sell for about £400/sqft, hence a really trendy 1000sq ft apartment is about £400k.

With smaller properties, around 500 sq ft, the cost is usually higher, around £500/sqft, selling price around £250k.

These are without gardens. Houses usually go for about £380 /sqft.

Hence a house is far better value than a 1 bed flat.

In Knightsbridge this goes up to about £1k/sqft.

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I believe the average house in Yorkshire (and probably NW/Lancs) is between 1000 and 1100 sq.ft. (living space) - so, if your local average home is priced at £167,000 for example then £150 per sq.ft. is a reasonable starting point. Period property fetches a premium as do smaller properties (high priced flats?) and new builds whilst sixties and seventies property sells at a reduced price (build quality?) - homes in PEHQE areas can fetch a much higher premium (Prosperous Enclaves with Highly Qualified Executives) and, of course, linked to that is the all important area (never, ever, buy a nice house in a naff area to live in yourself).

If the neighbours drive 12 year old uninsured fiestas deduct 50% - but if they swan around in a 2005 BMW7 series adding 50% may be a golden rule?

Edited by ILikeBigBoobs

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As the title says.

Want to work out what the price per sq. ft a property is worth.

Also is it just the house or the total land?

Is the house area 'X' price and the land area 'Y' price?

Need it to calculate an offer I am putting in.

Dont worry folks - I haven't caved in - the offer is 29% OFF asking :)

As I take it youre scouse, somewhere between £150 and £200.

This is from 2003 but you can update with the nationwide calculator ;)

http://www.paverdownes.co.uk/downloads/resrev/resrev_2.pdf

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Price per sq ft. Work out the net internal area, from inner skin of external wall to inner skin of external wall including all stairs and halls etc. With a room in the roof work out the internal area in which you can stand ie with a height of 2.4m. Add it all together and devide by the price.

Its nothing to do with the amount of land

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