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1 Unless you re building in an established residential subdivision, make sure you know the zoning of your site, and those sites around you on the sides of, across the street from, and behind your property A call to the local zoning officer can usually be a big help toward understanding zoning patterns that exist around the site in question 2 Any real estate broker, when asked what the most important components of real estate value are, will invariably answer Location, location, location 3 If you re new to an area, secure assistance from individuals you trust (and who have no stake in what or where you buy) such as coworkers, relatives, members of the local police department, and municipal zoning officials or planners 4 Keep in mind the type of house you want as you look at building sites For example, if your heart is set on a split-level home, you can pretty much eliminate very flat building sites If you re thinking of an L-shaped sprawling ranch, that back-to-front sloped ravine site overlooking Higgly Creek probably won t work either 5 Single-story ranches are ideally suited to flat building sites or lots that slope gently to the sides or rear, particularly if the plans call for a walkout from a basement or lower living area One-and-one-half-stories and two-stories are also best matched with relatively flat lots or sites sloping slightly to the rear 6 Split-foyers are good on building sites with front-to-back or back-to-front medium to steep slopes They re totally incompatible with flat lots 7 Multilevels are ideally suited to side-sloping lots or hilly terrain where the bottom level of the house faces and opens toward the downhill side, and upstairs levels open toward the uphill side A flat site won t work for multilevel construction 8 Does any portion of the site especially where you plan to excavate consist of filled material that could interfere with the construction of solid footers and foundations 9 Don t automatically figure that the front of your new home must face the street that the house is on Sure, in a traditional
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he way you orient and position your home on a building site and how you landscape its surroundings will greatly affect the benefits or drawbacks your home will receive from local weather conditions, will affect the home s market value and saleability, and will even affect the liveability of the dwelling in many subtle ways
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The location of the building site in relation to surrounding typo-
graphical features, other houses, and the street
The sun The wind The available views
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If you purchase a building site that s the last one available in a subdivision, or is positioned between two existing dwellings, or any-
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where within a subdivision having strict building restrictions, there s nothing dramatic you can do with the orientation; you already know where the house has to sit, which way it has to face, and even where it must be positioned at the front and sides on any one particular lot But if you have a wide choice of building sites with several different orientations possible, or if you re planning to build in the country, where few restrictions are in force, it s another story If so, consider how the following three factors might influence your selection
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