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Robert Madrid, , New York, NY
Fri Jul 18, 2008
Absolutely, especially if the building has exact clones of your apartment without a terrace. When running comparables within the building, the terrace feature will add additional value. Agreeing with Lynn, it cannot be included in the total square footage, but can be added as a unique feature.

Remember, you know what you purchased the apartment for and based the equivalent comparables and the natural increase in value of your property, price it accordingly if you plan on selling your unit.
The increase in price of your Condo is undetermined, until you set up an appointment with a experienced real estate salesperson, or an appraiser that will appraise your property, properly. Be cautious of anyone who will give you a price for your property without doing the proper research to back up the claim.
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Dallas Texas, Agent, Dallas, TN
Fri Jul 18, 2008
If the condo is a rare excpetion with that much sq. ft will add value to your propery. However it can't be included for over all sq. ft used for selling your property. However is promoted as a unique feature. If I were a listing agent would credit value for the terrace.
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