Sunday, August 5, 2012

The different areas of BPTP Grandeura that you must know

When you go to enquire about any flat or home, you would like to know area of the said property. Prices of the properties are based on a certain area which is the total area but the living area or the space that you actually get for accommodation is a little less. Further, different areas are used to make different calculations for various purposes and therefore, it is important to know the meaning of these areas so that there is clear perception in your minds regarding these terms. Whether it is BPTP Grandeura or any other apartment or flat, there is a need to know what do different terms such as covered area, plinth area, build-up area, super built up area and carpet area, which are mentioned in their marketing brochures or other documents, mean.

Carpet area, as the name refers to, is the floor area on which the carpet could be laid by you. Please note that this is used in reference only to the floor and the walls are not included, even if some homes also have wall carpets. This is the space which is actually used by you and comprises the floor space as measured from the inner walls of the home. So, this space of BPTP Park Grandeura would exclude the walls of the home and spaces for common use such as the staircases.

Built-up area is the area which includes the carpet area as well as the walls and pillars which are present within the four walls of the home. So, this area of BPTP ParkGrandeura Faridabad is more than the carpet area.

Plinth area is another area which is most commonly used for calculating the conversion rates of leasehold property to freehold. This includes the carpet area and the thickness of inner walls and the columns.

Covered area can be simply understood as the area under the roof of the house. It is often used interchangeably with the term super built-up area. This includes the plinth area and the common spaces such as the balconies, lifts space, security space and the staircases.

The super built-up areas of the properties such as BPTP Grandeura Faridabad find mention in marketing materials of these projects and the rates are charged from the customers on the basis of super built-up area. The difference between the super built-up area and the carpet area is called call loading. Call loading is higher in those apartments which has a common entrance lobby or other such spaces. So, the super built up areas are far more in these apartments and you pay a comparatively higher price for these areas that have higher call loading.

The knowledge of these types of areas is quite common in investors. The agents shall also be able to clearly make the distinction while using these terms. This knowledge will help in improving your understanding of the living space and the saleable space of a particular property. 

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