When A Baton Rouge Bathroom Isn’t A Bathroom

There’s some confusion among those listing Baton Rouge Homes as to what is a bathroom listed in “Bathroom Count” and those that are not.  If a Bathroom isn’t located inside the heated and cooled “Living Area”, it’s not to be listed as a Bathroom in bath count on MLS Listings. Here’s 3 recent sketches where on the MLS Listings, the Bath Count was incorrect because Agents included bathrooms outside of the “Living Area” such as: 1.) Those in an Accessory Unit accessed by walking outside the home, under the carport, into a Mother In Law Suite / Storage Room. The Continue reading When A Baton Rouge Bathroom Isn’t A Bathroom

Baton Rouge Appraiser Others Dealing With Accessory Dwelling Unit Permit Issues

Baton Rouge Accessory Dwelling Units

Baton Rouge Appraiser Others Dealing With Accessory Dwelling Unit Permit Issues In my weekly reading, I came across this interesting question and answer below and thought to myself I’m not the only person in America going through building permit issues when valuing Baton Rouge Real Estate.  In 2013, I had 3 Baton Rouge House Appraisal assignments where each home had an old apartment or an “Accessory Dwelling Unit” or ADU. My conversation each time with East Baton Rouge Parish Planning and Zoning rep meant that because of these homes were located in either A1 or A2 zoning, these units COULD Continue reading Baton Rouge Appraiser Others Dealing With Accessory Dwelling Unit Permit Issues