Residential housing classification is an essential skill for every competent Real Estate agent. You will want to be confident when showing a property for sale and use the correct terminology. We will learn how to measure floor area for your listings, external styles, and structural methods of housing you’ll likely encounter within BC. Such as Tudor, Heritage, West Coast Contemporary / Modern, Rancher, Narrow Lot, Craftsman Style, and Manufactured homes.
We will also take a deeper look at electrical, heating, plumbing, and a number of features a typical home will include. You’ll find this chapter very helpful when working with both buyers and sellers.
- Unfinished basements
- Tudor, Heritage, West Coast Contemporary / Modern, Rancher, Narrow Lot, Craftman Style, and Manufactured homes.
- High entrance / Vaulted ceiling, log, A-Frame, Brick, Stone, Concrete block, Post, Beam, and Plank.
- Basement crawlspace, damproofing, drain tiles, foundation, drainage, foundation inspection, and water pooling issues
- Metric Modules (soft & hard changes)
- Construction materials, durability with regards to the Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
- Building envelope, siding, windows, doors, thermal broken, insulation
- Joist, truss, mansard, floors and wall framing
- Interior stairs and rails
- What it means as rise and run with regards to the staircase
Related Course Material:
- Lectures 11
- Quizzes 4
- Duration 2 hours
- Skill level All Levels
- Language English
- Students 66
- Assessments Yes
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