What is the difference between net and gross square meters?

One of the most important criteria to consider when buying a new home is the size of the apartment (square meter). Construction companies generally give gross square meter ratios rather than net square meters in the projects that they sell. This is one of the most important issues for those who want to buy a house.

Before making a real estate investment; The title deed and property condition, the general characteristics, and location of the house is also important but it is also important to carefully examine the gross and net square meter size.

One of the problems that can be encountered when buying a house is the difference between gross and net square meters. Square meter calculations can change according to the city and project. For example, we can see 120 square meters for an apartment, which has actually 90 square meters of living area. This difference naturally disappoints many people.

What is Net Square Meter?

Net square meter refers to the total area you can use, remaining inside the walls. In the case of net square meters, usage areas such as rooms, lounge, toilet, bathroom, kitchen, balcony are calculated.

What is Gross Square Meter?

The gross square meter represents the total area you have own. The elevators, social spaces, green spaces, room divisions, apartment halls, and fire escapes within the building are included in the gross square meters.

Last Updated: 9/28/2020 12:17:56 PM