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**From:**Garry T

Hi

Could somebody please tell me how big a 'square' is in property terms?

Garry

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Hi

Could somebody please tell me how big a 'square' is in property terms?

Garry

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I believe that a square is about 10 square metres... so if you have a 10 square house, that is equivalent to 100 square metres.

Some of the more 'experienced' people on the forum may be able to provide a more specific definition... I'm way to young to be dealing in non-metric measurements ;-)

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Hi,

If a property is 130 square meters in size, that's, 14.008 squares - you divide the sq/mtr amount by 9.28.

Cheers,

Dave

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9.28 square meters per square, and I'm not much older than you Sim, just work in the building industry!

GerardC

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Hi

A square in the imperial language is 100 square feet ie 10 feet by 10 feet.

In metric terms this transcribes to 9.29 square metres.

Hope this helps

Peter

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