Rubber flooring in the basement count as finished square footage for appraisal?

My seller installed interlocking rubber flooring tiles in the heated basement like a gym or garage has. It isn’t glued down or permanently attached to the concrete below but doesn’t move easily. It’s very durable and thick, and fine to walk barefoot on. Do you think the appraiser will count it as finished square footage? It’s a small house but that could add another 200 sq. ft.

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My seller installed interlocking rubber flooring tiles in the heated basement like a gym or garage has. It isn’t glued down or permanently attached to the concrete below but doesn’t move easily. It’s very durable and thick, and fine to walk barefoot on. Do you think the appraiser will count it as finished square footage? It’s a small house but that could add another 200 sq. ft. submitted by /u/Kipkarmic [link] [comments]

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