Many existing homes today are built exactly on top of property lines. These often exist in urban areas, where buildings are constructed quite close to one another and use all of their allotted land space to build. Buyer clients who show interest in a listing with a zero-lot line may often get away with lowball offers, given […]
Refers to the set of laws and regulations, generally, at the city or county level, controlling the use of land and construction of improvements in a given area or zone.
The division of a city or town into zones and the application of regulations having to do with the structural, architectural design and intended use of buildings within such designated zone (i.e. a tenant needing manufacturing space would look for a building located within an area zoned for manufacturing).