Back in middle school, one of my favorite math classes was geometry. Calculating the volume of cylinders, figuring out the angles of oblique triangles…now that was living! Best of all, it seemed like math that maybe I might really use someday.
Fortunately in this business there’s lot of opportunity to practice. Whether we’re helping a client to analyze a land development, or figuring out the volume of topsoil needed to resod a yard, or simply figuring the square footage of a house, we get to use some of that old fashioned geometry in the process.
It turns out that the square footage thing, though, just isn’t that simple. It’s been talked about before (like here, and here), but today we were listing a new townhome, and as I evaluated the active comparables, I found that what should be a “standard,