Kind of a silly hypothetical question:

So if below ground finished sq ft doesn’t add much value to a house (and assuming you had the perfect lot to do this) could you just remove the dirt/earth around the basement (finish the siding) and now you have a 2 story house with no “below ground” square footage?

This wouldn’t work for most lots, you’d have to be on some sort of hillside that would make the hypothetical work.

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So if below ground finished sq ft doesn’t add much value to a house (and assuming you had the perfect lot to do this) could you just remove the dirt/earth around the basement (finish the siding) and now you have a 2 story house with no “below ground” square footage? This wouldn’t work for most lots, you’d have to be on some sort of hillside that would make the hypothetical work. submitted by /u/HoosierEyeGuy [link] [comments]

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