Gail Mercedes Cole
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AS an agent, we do not measure the sq ft of any property. We transcribe what is already on public records. THE MLS will show what is the source of the information. AS means it is as per the assessor's measurement. Very often the property is different, usually bigger than the assessed value. That happens when the owners have done some addition to the house.
When it comes to the property, the agent takes the photos, or hires a professional photographer to do it. I am not quite sure what is there to check about the accuracy of the photos. Did you have any experience where the photos did not match the property? It could be that the house was furnished at the time of the photo shoot and when you go and see it , it's ghost town, everything is gone.
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