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The carpet area is the useable land of a property which can be covered with a wall-to-wall carpet, giving you an accurate picture of a prospective new home. To measure this, find the sum of the wall-to-wall length and breadth of each room in the property, including bathrooms and passageways. This covers 70% of the built-up area on average.

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The built up area = carpet area + areas covered by walls This includes balconies, terraces (with or without a roof), mezzanine floors, other detachable habitable areas (such as servant rooms), among other areas. This is generally 10-15 per cent more than the carpet area.

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The super built up area = built up area + proportionate share of common areas.This measure is also called the 'saleable area'. In addition to the apartment’s built-up area, this includes other common areas such as the lobby, staircase, shafts, and even refuge areas. It sometimes also includes amenities such as the swimming pool, and generator rooms.

 

By knowing these differences, you can now inspect the plot of land you’re planning to buy and negotiate prices with confidence.

 

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