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# What is the built-in building area? How to calculate the built-in building area

When buying a house, if you are an old hand, you will ask the real estate consultant about the building area of the house. This is the real area of the house. Then do you know what is the building area of the house? How to calculate the building area in the suite?

What is the built-in floor area?

The building area in the house refers to the area of the use space of the house in the house, which is calculated by the horizontal projected area. The utility model is composed of three parts: the use area of the house in the suite, the wall area in the suite and the building area of the balcony in the suite.

How to calculate the building area in the suite

1. Use area in the set

The use area of the house in the suite is the area of the use space of the house in the suite, which should include:

(1) The use area of the house in the suite is the sum of the space areas of the bedroom, living room, aisle, kitchen, bathroom, storage room and closet in the suite;

(2) The total area of the stairs inside the suite shall be included in the use area according to the natural floors;

(3) The internal chimney, ventilation duct and pipeline in the set are not included in the structural area, and shall be included in the service area;

(4) The decorative thickness of the inner wall is included in the service area.

2. Wall area in the set

The wall area in the set is the area occupied by the maintenance and load-bearing wall or other load-bearing supports around the use space in the set.

(1) The partition wall between each set, the partition between the set and the public building space, and the common wall such as the external wall (including gable) are included in the wall area in the set according to half of the horizontal projection area;

(2) The free wall in the set is included in the wall area in the set according to the horizontal projected area;

(3) The partition wall between each set (unit) of the newly-built residence, the partition wall between the set (unit) and the public building space and the external wall (including gable) are public walls. The public wall is included in the wall area of the set according to half of the horizontal projection area;

(4) The public wall is also included in the wall area of the set according to half of the horizontal projected area.

3. Balcony building area

The building area of the balcony in the suite shall be calculated according to the horizontal projection area between the periphery of the balcony and the external wall of the house. Among them, the building area of closed balcony is calculated according to the horizontal projection, and the building area of unclosed balcony is calculated according to half of the horizontal projection.

(1) The building area of the originally designed closed balcony shall be calculated according to its peripheral horizontal projection area;

(2) The floor area of cantilever platform (bottom balcony) shall be calculated according to half of the horizontal projection area of its bottom plate;

(3) Concave balcony shall be included in the building area according to half of its fighting area (including parapet wall area);

(4) For the semi overhanging and semi concave balcony, the construction area of the overhanging part shall be calculated according to half of the horizontal projection area of the bottom plate, and the construction area of the concave part shall be calculated according to half of the fighting area.

Many buyers will compare the built-in area with the used area, but the two are different. In short, the built-in area is larger than the used area. The built-in area on the general real estate certificate refers to the built-in area. I hope you don't get confused.