The Consistent Misuse of ‘Dollar Per Square Foot’

November 3, 2020

We are all guilty of it. Realtors. Developers. Builders. Lenders. Appraisers. And of course, the buying and selling public. What are we guilty of? Misusing the ‘dollar per foot’ metric in our analysis of housing values. What is Dollar Per Foot? If you are unfamiliar with the ‘dollar per foot’ measurement then you haven’t been


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