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       (     ) 1. Select Building Shape
                     a. 4 Corners ( 1 building mass )            c. 8 Corners ( 3 building masses)
                     b. 6 Corners (2 building masses )           d. 10 Corners (4 building masses)
       (      ) 2. SqFt2. Ground Floor (not including attics, basements or garages )
       (      ) 3. SqFt 2nd Floor
       (      ) 4. SqFt 3nd Floor
       (      ) 5 Total Number of rooms
       (      ) 6. Number of Bedrooms
       (      ) 7. Number bathrooms
       (      ) 8. Number Stories
       (      ) 9. Select Exterior Wall type -
                     a. Frame              b. Masonry

Enter Year Built      (      )

Is this building in a metropolitan area or tract area ?
               (____) a. Metro
               (____) b. Tract
Is the building Split Level construction ?
               (____) a. Yes
               (____) b. No
Include Foundation in Cost Analysis ?
               (____) a. Yes
               (____) b. No

Foundation
              (____) a. Luxury ( buildings with 10+ corners, ie: Reinforced Concrete, Multiple grade Changes .)
              (____) b. Semi-Luxury (buildings with 10+ corners ie: Reinforced Concrete with grade changes.)
              (____) c. Best Std     ( Reinforced Concrete )
              (____) d. Good Std     ( Reinforced Concrete or concrete Block )
              (____) e. Average Std ( Reinforced Concrete or concrete Block )
              (____) f. Minimum Std ( Slab on grad )

Wood or Metal Exterior Walls
            (____) a. Luxury ( buildings with 10+ corners, ie very irregular walls, some parapets, large openings )
            (____) b. Semi-Luxury (buildings with 10 corners, ie irregular walls, some parapets, large openings )
            (____) c. Best Std. - Several Wall offsets and architectural details
            (____) d. Good Std - Few changes in wall height or decorative details
            (____) e. Average Std Regular Perimeter walls, some decorative details.
            (____) f. Minimum Std - Regular Perimeter walls, No decorative details.

Exterior Finish
              (____) a. Luxury ( buildings with 10+ corners ie: stone veneer on most surfaces, many architectural
                            details.
              (____) b. Semi-Luxury (for buildings with 10+ corners, ie: masonry veneer on most surfaces, some
                            architectural details.
              (____) c. Best Std. (Stone or Masonry accents, good stucco or wood siding elsewhere )
              (____) d. Good Std . Good quality stucco or wood siding, some decorative trim or veneer )
              (____) e. Average Std. Stucco or wood siding, some trim or veneer )
              (____) f. Minimum Std. Hardboard or inexpensive stucco siding )
Roof & Soffit
                (____) a. Luxury (for buildings with 10+ corners ie: Complex roof plan, slate or metal cover, porch
                              over entrances, large soffits.
                (____) b. Semi-Luxury (for buildings with 10+ corners, ie : Multi-level slate, Tile oor flat surface
                              with decorative details, large enclosed soffit.
                (____) c. Best Std. Multi-pitch shake, tile or flat roof, enclosed soffit over windows and entrance.
                (____) d. Good Std.    Dual Pitch roof with better wood shingles or shakes or concrete tile.
                (____) e. Average Std. Dual Pitch roof with architectural composition tile, 2' open soffit.
                (____) f. Minimum Std. Simple roof plan with minimum composition roofing small open soffit.

Plumbing and Electrical
            (____) a. Luxury (for buildings with 10+ corners ie: 4 deluxe fixtures per bathroom, 100 light
                          fixtures, 10 built-in appliances. )
            (____) b. Semi-Luxury (for buildings with 10+ corners, ie (4 good fixtures per bathroom, 18 to 100
                          light fixtures, 8 built in appliances )
            (____) c. Best Std.-( 3 good plumbing fixtures per bathroom, recessed lighting, 6 built-in appliances ).
            (____) d. Good Std - ( 3 standard plumbing fixtures per bathroom, recessed lighting, 5 built-in
                          appliances ).
            (____) e. Average Std. ( 3 low cost plumbing fixtures per bathroom, 12 light fixtures, 4 bult-in
                          appliances )
            (____) f. Minimum Std. ( 3 minimum plumbing fixtures per bathroom, 10 light fixtures, 3 built-in
                          appliances).

Floor Structure
             (____) a. Luxury (for buildings with 10+ corners ie: Engineered wood or steel exceeding code
                           minimums.)
             (____) b. Semi-Luxury (for buildings with 10+ corners, ie Engineered wood or steel or reinforced
                           concrete slab. )
             (____) c. Best Std. - (Engineered wood or steel or reinforced concrete slab. )
             (____)d. Good Std - ( Wood frame or slab on grade, changes in shape and elevation )
             (____) e. Average Std. (Standard wood frame or slab on grade with elevation changes )
             (____) f. Minimum Std. ( Slab on grade, no changes in elevation )

Special Features
              (____) a. Luxury (for buildings with 10+ corners ie: ( 10 luxury built-in appliances, wet bar, home
                            theater, pantry, wine cellar )
              (____) b. Semi-Luxury (for buildings with 10+ corners, ie ( 8 good built-in appliances, wet bar,
                            walk-in pantry, central vacuum )
              (____ c. Best Std ( 6 good built-in appliances, walk-in pantry, wet bar, central vacuum )
              (____) d. Good Std. ( 5 standard built-in appliances, sliding glass or French Doors, laundry room )
              (____) e. Averge Std. (4 standard grade kitchen appliances )
              (____) f. Minimum Std. ( 4 minimum grade kitchen appliances )


Windows & Doors
           (____) a. Luxury (for buildings with 10+ corners ie: ( Several large ( 6' x 8' ) windows, 4-6 exterior
                         doors, stain grade doors )
           (____) b. Semi-Luxury (for buildings with 10+ corners, ie ( Large windows or skylights, 4 exterior
                         doors, architectural interior doors )
           (____) c. Best Std ( Large windows or skylights, stain grade front door, good interior doors )
           (____) d. Good Std ( Good quality windows or skylights, decorative front door, good grade interior
                         doors )
           (____) e. Average Std. ( Standard grade windows, commodity grade interior and exterior doors )
           (____) f. Minimum Std. ( Minimum grade hardboard doors & vinyl windows )
Kitchen
               (____) a. Luxury (for buildings with 10+ corners ie: 30 Linear Feet of deluxe wall and base cabinets,
                             stone counter top, island work area )
               (____) b. Semi-Luxury (for buildings with 10+ corners, ie 25 Linear Feet of deluxe wall and base
                             cabinets, synthetic stone counter top )
               (____) c. Best Std ( 20 Linear feet of stock wall and base cabinets, tile or acrylic counter top,
                             breakfast bar )
               (____) d. Good Std. ( 15 Linear feet of low cost wall and base cabinets, low cost tile or acrylic or
                             plastic counter top )
               (____) e. Average Std. (Under 10 Linear Feet of minimum wall and base cabinets, low-cost acrylic or
                             plastic counter top )
               (____) f. Minimum Std. (Under 10 Linear Feet of low cost wall and base cabinets, laminated plastic
                             counter top )

Bathrooms
               (____) a. Luxury (for buildings with 10+ corners ie: ( Large tile shower, separated elevated spa, more
                             bathrooms than bedrooms )
               (____) b. Semi-Luxury (for buildings with 10+ corners, Large tile shower, decorative window, more
                             bathrooms than bedrooms )
               (____) c. Best Std. ( Tile shower with tub, 10 feet of counter space, compartmented bathroom )
               (____) d. Good Std ( Good plastic tub and shower in master bath, one multi sink bathroom )
               (____) e. Average Std. Average plastic tub and shower in master bath. 3 fixtures in other bathrooms )
               (____) f. Minimum Std. Low cost fixtures, less bathrooms than bedrooms, small window in master
                             bath )

Interior Finish
              (____) a. Luxury (for buildings with 10+ corners ie: ( Many offsets, detail, and openings. Some 12'
                             to 16' decorative ceilings )
              (____) b. Semi-Luxury (for buildings with 10+ corners ie: ( Many decorative details and offsets,
                             framed openings, 12' ceiling in main room ).
              (____) c. Best Std. (Irregular walls and decorative details, cathedral ceiling at entry, pass- throughs )
              (____) d. Good Std. (Textured Sheet rock or plaster, some decorative details or offsets, 9' ceilings )

               (____) e. Average Std. ( Textured average quality sheet rock, most walls are rectangular, 8' ceilings )
               (____) f. Smooth 3/8" Sheet rock, few decorative details, drop ceiling in kitchen )

Floor Finish
               (____) a. Luxury (buildings with 10+ corners ie: Terrazzo, marble, granite, best hardwood or
                            luxury carpet throughout )
               (____) b. Semi-Luxury (buildings with 10+ corners ie: (Marble or granite entry, hardwood, good
                            carpet or sheet vinyl elsewhere )
               (____) c. Best Std. ( Simulated marble tile entry, good carpet, hardwood or vinyl elsewhere )
               (____) d. Good Std. ( Better sheet vinyl and average carpet, masonry or tile at entry )
               (____) e. Average Std. (Good sheet vinyl and standard carpet, masonry or tile at entry )
               (____) f. Minimum Std. ( Composition tile or minimum grade sheet vinyl )

Attic Space
       Finish type
               (____) a. Same finish as main living area
               (____) b. Inferior finish as main living area
               (____) c. Attic SqFt
Outside Stairway
      SqFt (         ) 1. Standard wood frame, wood steps with open risers, open on underside, open 2'x4' railing
      SqFt (         ) 2. Standard wood frame, solid wood risers, sealed on underside, wood siding on railing,
      SqFt (         ) 3. Precast concrete steps with open risers, steel frame, pipe rail with ornamental grillwork

Balcony
      SqFt (         ) a. Supported by 4" x 4" posts, 2" wood floor open on the underside,
      SqFt (         ) b. Supported by 4" x 4" posts, 2" wood floor, sealed underside, wood siding
      SqFt (         ) c. Supported by steel columns, lightweight concrete floors, sealed underside,

Finished Basement
       (     ) SqFt . Paneled walls, vinyl flooring, tile ceiling and switched lighting,

Unfinished Basement
       (      )SqFt Concrete walls and flooring, open ceiling an minimum lighting .

Garage & Carports
      (     ) SqFt            a. Garage under the main building roof, garage walls are in vertical alignment with
                                      second floor walls, Interior finish similar to the remainder of the building.
       (       ) SqFt         b. Attached Garage, Shares a common wall with the main structure and is under a
                                      roof that connects to the roof of the main building, No interior finish.
       (       ) SqFt          c. Attached Garage. Has interior finish.
       (       ) SqFt         d. Detached garage, Does not share any common walls with the main building .
       (       ) SqFt         e. Detached Garage, has interior finish.
       (       ) SqFt         6. Carports, including asphalt floor.

Uncovered Concrete Decks
      (     ) SqFt 1. Enter the SqFt area of the deck

Uncovered Wood Deck
      Enter type of porch or deck ( 2" wood deck and railing (300 SqFt)
      (       ) SqFt         a. 1" to 4" above ground level - SqFt (           )
      (       ) SqFt         b. 4" to 6" above ground level - SqFt (           )
      (       ) SqFt         c. 6" to 9" above ground level - SqFt (           )
      (       ) SqFt         d. 9" to 12" above ground level - SqFt (          )
      (       ) SqFt         e. over 12" above ground level - SqFt (           )

Covered Porches Under Main Roof
      SqFt (         ) 1. Enter SqFt size of porch.
             (   ) 2. Choose Porch Type
                    a. none
                    b. Ground level floor (usually concrete) without banister, with no ceiling and shed type roof.
                    c. High (house floor level) floor (concrete or wood) with light banister, no ceiling and shed
                           type roof.
                    d. High (house floor level) floor (concrete or wood) with light banister, finished ceiling like
                           the residence (most typical) and shed type roof.
                    e. High (house floor level) floor (concrete or wood) with light banister, finished ceiling like
                           the residence (most typical) and shed type roof with screen or glass.
                    f. Enclosed lean to (sleeping porch) with lighter foundation, wall structure, interior finish or
                           roof other than the house to which it is attached.
                    g. Roofed, enclosed, recessed porch, under the same roof as the main building and with the
                           same type and quality foundation ( includes shape costs )
                    h. Good arbor or pergola with floor.
Covered Porches (Not Under Main Roof)
      (   ) a. Ceiled shed roof
      (   ) b. Un-ceiled shed roof
      (   ) c. Un-ceiled gable roof
      (   ) d. Ceiled gable roof

Alternate Roof Covers
      (    ) a. Slate                                       (      ) d. Fiberglass shingles
      (    ) b. Corrugated Aluminum                         (      ) e. Clay or concrete tile
      (    ) c. Roll Asphalt                                (      ) f. Wood Shakes

Heating and Cooling Systems Choose Type                (    ) c. Gravity Heat
      (    ) a. Forced Air Central Ducted Heating only         (   ) d. Circulated hot and cold water systems
      (    ) b. Forced Air Central Ducted Heating and Cooling

       Select Type of Outlets ( vents )
       (    ) a. Perimeter (floor)                          (      ) b. Overhead (ceiling)

Floor and Wall Furnaces
       (   ) # Units a. Single Floor Unit
       (   ) # Units b. Dual Floor Unit
       (   ) # Units c. Single Wall unit
       (   ) # Units d. Dual wall unit          # Units (_____)
       (   ) # Units e. Thermostat Controlled ?  ____ Yes     ____ No

Electric Baseboard Heaters
       (    ) # Units a. 500 watts 3'            (     ) # Units d. 2000 watts 6'
       (    ) # Units b. 1000 watts 4'           (     ) # Units e. 2500 watts 10'
       (    ) # Units c. 1500 watts 6'           (     ) # Units f. 3000 watts 12'

Unit Heating and Cooling (cont) ( 1 ton =   12,000 BTU)
      Window Unit type
      (     ) # Units a. 1/3 ton            (   ) # Units       d. 1 ton
      (     ) # Units b. 1/2 ton            (   ) # Units       e. 1-1/2 ton
      (     ) # Units c. 3/4 ton            (   ) # Units       f. 2 ton

Wall Heaters
      (    ) # Units a. 1000 watts                          (      ) # Units   d. 4000 watts
      (    ) # Units b. 2000 watts                          (      ) # Units   f. 4500 watts
      (    ) # Units c. 3000 watts
      Circulating Fan          ____ Yes         ____ No
      Thermostat Controlled ?  ____ Yes         ____ No

Appliances
(    ) # Units a. Built-in single wall oven broiler                  (     ) # Units h Range hood & fan
(    ) # Units b. Built-in Double wall oven & Microwave              (     ) # Units i. Franklin or Buck stove
(    ) # Units d. Drop-in range with single oven                     (     ) # Units n. Trash Compactor
(    ) # Units e. Range top, 4 elements, Residential grade,          (     ) # Units k Central Vacuum
(    ) # Units f. Hot water circulator                               (     ) # Units l. Dishwasher
(    ) # Units g. Instant hot water dispenser                        (     ) # Units n. Trash Compactor
(    ) # Units j. Under counter refrigerator                         (     ) # Units m. Garbage Disposer
(    ) # Units m. Garbage Disposer
Fireplaces
       Type
               a. Free standing wood burning heat circulating prefab metal fireplace with interior flu, base & cap
                       1 story # Units (_____)                2 story # Units (_____)
               b. Zero-clearance insulated prefab metal fireplace, brick face
                       1 story # Units (_____)                2 story # Units (_____)
               c. 5 feet base common brick on interior face.
                       1 story # Units (_____)                2 story # Units (_____)
               d. 6 feet base common brick, used brick or natural stone on interior face
                       1 story # Units (_____)                2 story # Units (_____)
               e. 8 feet base used brick or natural stone on interior face, raised hearth,
                       1 story # Units (_____)                2 story # Units (_____)

Depreciation

      Enter Age of Building (_______)

				
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