value per square foot

value per square foot

A method of pricing land when it becomes very valuable. Rather than quote $1,176,120 per acre, which is a bit awkward, value will be expressed as $27 per square foot in this example. There are 43,560 square feet per acre: $27 X 43,560 = $1,176,120.

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Joville endeavors to be the gold standard for the mid-segment housing segment in India, through homes that empower the customer with the best of everything and offer the maximum value per square foot.
Both provide significantly better value per square foot than any prime London property of similar size.
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As a result, we're helping the owners get more value per square foot than before the renovation.
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Sure, a better value per square foot can be offered, but a lot of rental prospects still want to live in a more deluxe property.
The net effect from a valuation perspective will be typically higher retail sales per square foot, higher rent per square foot and a higher value per square foot.
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0 imply that there are economies of scale in building large units: A large unit typically has a lower value per square foot than a small unit having the same other characteristics.
Or, what is the ratio of property tax, or the ratio of market value per square foot, to gross sales?