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GeocodeSource

Name Value Description
Bing Bing
Geo Service GeoService
Google Google
Manual Manual
PxPoint PxPoint

GreenEnergyEfficient

Name Value Description
Appliances Appliances For purposes of marketing, the property has appliances that have some green/efficient rating or quality.
Construction Construction For purposes of marketing, the property has construction that has some green/efficient rating or quality.
Doors Doors For purposes of marketing, the property has doors that have some green/efficient rating or quality.
Exposure/Shade ExposureShade For purposes of marketing, the property has exposure/shade that has some green/efficient rating or quality.
HVAC HVAC For purposes of marketing, the property has a heating, ventilation and air conditioning system that has some green/efficient rating or quality.
Healthy Living Features HealthyLivingFeatures
Incentives Incentives For purposes of marketing, the property has incentives that have some green/efficiency focus.
Insulation Insulation For purposes of marketing, the property has insulation that has some green/efficient rating or quality.
Lighting Lighting For purposes of marketing, the property has lighting that has some green/efficient rating or quality.
Materials Materials
Other Other
Radiant Attic Barrier RadiantAtticBarrier
Rain/Freeze Sensors RainFreezeSensors
Roof Roof For purposes of marketing, the property has a roof that has some green/efficient rating or quality.
See Remarks SeeRemarks
Solar Features SolarFeatures
Solar Screens SolarScreens
Sustainability Sustainability
Thermostat Thermostat For purposes of marketing, the property has thermostat(s) that have some green/efficient rating or quality.
Water Conservation WaterConservation
Water Heater WaterHeater For purposes of marketing, the property has a water heater that have some green/efficient rating or quality.
Windows Windows For purposes of marketing, the property has windows that have some green/efficient rating or quality.

GreenEnergyGeneration

Name Value Description
Battery Storage BatteryStorage
Geothermal Geothermal
Grid Tied GridTied
None None
OffGrid OffGrid
Other Other
Solar Solar Renewable form of onsite power generation. Most common are solar photovoltaic (PV) devices which generate electricity directly from sunlight via an electronic process that occurs naturally in certain types of material, called semiconductors. Powers electrical devices or sends electricity to the grid. See: http://www.seia.org/policy/solar-technology/photovoltaic-solar-electric
Wind Wind Renewable form of onsite power generation. Wind turbines use wind to make electricity. Powers electrical devices or sends electricity to the grid. See: http://energy.gov/eere/wind/how-do-wind-turbines-work

GreenIndoorAirQuality

Name Value Description
Contaminant Control ContaminantControl Property has been carefully designed to prevent, monitor, and suppress pollution issues. Carefully selected low-emission materials have been used in the home. May include passive or active radon control, carbon monoxide monitoring, and high-efficiency sealed combustion for equipment such as furnaces and water heaters. May include elimination of materials that contain lead or asbestos. May include reduction of materials that contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs, including formaldehyde) and pesticides.
Filtration Filtration
Integrated Pest Management IntegratedPestManagement Property is designed for systematic management of pests that uses prevention, exclusion, monitoring, and suppression.
Low VOC Paint/Materials LowVOCPaintMaterials
Moisture Control MoistureControl Every foundation, roof, roofing component, exterior wall, door, skylight, and window is designed and maintained to be watertight and free of persistent dampness or moisture.
Radon Mitigation System RadonMitigationSystem
Ventilation Ventilation Furnaces, water heaters, woodstoves, and other devices that employ combustion-burning fuel are vented to the outside in a manner that meets manufacturer specifications to prevent back-drafting. Natural and/or mechanical ventilation delivers fresh air to every habitable room and bathroom to remove moisture laden air and other contaminants generated during cooking and bathing/showering. The air exhausted from a bathroom, toilet room, or kitchen does not vent into habitable space or an attic.

GreenLocation

Name Value Description
Car Charging Station CarChargingStation
None None
Other Other
Public Transportation PublicTransportation
Walkability Walkability

GreenSustainability

Name Value Description
Biodegradable Materials BiodegradableMaterials
Conserving Methods ConservingMethods Construction is planned to require fewer materials while maintaining structural integrity. May include advanced wall framing as documented in several major green building programs. May also include indigenous construction methods such as straw bale, sod, clay, etc., based on local climate, materials, and practices.
Onsite Recycling Center OnsiteRecyclingCenter Property includes sufficient built-in storage space and/ or containers for temporary storage of recyclable materials and/or compost collection.
Productive Veggie Garden ProductiveVeggieGarden
Recyclable Materials RecyclableMaterials Structure includes multiple products that have a significant amount of postconsumer recycled content. Major green building programs tend to use 25 percent postconsumer recycled content as a threshold. Postindustrial recycled content tends to count toward overall content, but to a less scale. Some more common examples of recycled content materials include masonry, paving stones, or foundations with fly ash; aluminum gutters and downspouts; decking; drywall fibers, insulation, and house wrap; vinyl plastics; countertops; and cabinets, interior doors, or trim. More details are available on Home Innovation Research Labs “Browse Green Certified Products” tool or LEED Environmentally Preferred Products credit table.
Recycled Materials RecycledMaterials Structure includes multiple products that have a significant amount of postconsumer recycled content. Major green building programs tend to use 25 percent postconsumer recycled content as a threshold. Postindustrial recycled content tends to count toward overall content, but to a less scale. Some more common examples of recycled content materials include masonry, paving stones, or foundations with fly ash; aluminum gutters and downspouts; decking; drywall fibers, insulation, and house wrap; vinyl plastics; countertops; and cabinets, interior doors, or trim. More details are available on Home Innovation Research Labs “Browse Green Certified Products” tool or LEED Environmentally Preferred Products credit table.
Regionally-Sourced Materials RegionallySourcedMaterials Refers to building materials that were manufactured, extracted, harvested, or recovered within 500 miles of the building. Several major green building programs define regionally sourced as within a 500-mile radius.
Renewable Materials RenewableMaterials Structure includes materials that are naturally occurring, abundant, and/or fast-growing materials. Some products are certified to come from fast-growing or otherwise renewable sources such as flooring and wood products. Some materials may be bio-based, which means they have been processed from once-living materials such as paper, straw, soy, natural fibers, and crops.
Salvaged Materials SalvagedMaterials Structure incorporates materials that were diverted from a landfill and/or sourced to give an otherwise unused item fresh use as an attached fixture. May include bricks, timbers, roofing, flooring, walls, cabinets, doors, etc.

GreenWaterConservation

Name Value Description
Dual Flush Toilet DualFlushToilet
Efficient Hot Water Distribution EfficientHotWaterDistribution Efficient hot water distribution systems are designed to generate hot water using fewer fuel resources, and to get hot water to low-flow faucets and fixtures more quickly. These systems often feature carefully designed plumbing lines that are less redundant and/or shorter. Rather than measuring time to hot water at a fixture in gallons, efficient distribution systems can be measured in cups. EPA WaterSense Guide for Hot Water Distribution as well as several green building programs have further details. This may also be known as Structured Plumbing.
Gray Water System GrayWaterSystem The property includes a grey water system.
Green Infrastructure GreenInfrastructure Green Infrastructure is a set of strategies and specifically designed systems to manage stormwater runoff through a variety of small, cost-effective landscape features located on a property. Green Infrastructure employs infiltration (allowing water to slowly sink into the soil), evaporation/transpiration using native vegetation, and rainwater capture and reuse (storing runoff to water plants, flush toilets, etc.). May include green roof, rain gardens, rain barrels, permeable paving, etc. EPA Green Infrastructure webpage has more information
Low Volume/Drip Irrigation LowVolumeDripIrrigation
Low-Flow Fixtures LowFlowFixtures Toilets, bathroom faucets, showerheads, irrigation controllers, and other products can be manufactured to use less water than minimum standards. Some products are qualified by third-party programs like the EPA WaterSense and are typically at least 20 percent more water-efficient than standard products. EPA WaterSense website has additional information
Other Other
Rain Water Collection RainWaterCollection
Water Recycling WaterRecycling The property includes a system to reuse stormwater via rain barrels or cisterns for landscaping, or to treat and reuse water from bathroom sinks, showers, and clothes washing drains for landscape irrigation and/or toilet flushing.
Water-Smart Landscaping WaterSmartLandscaping Water-smart landscapes are designed to require less water and fertilizer treatments. These landscapes feature regionally appropriate plants that require low water and are native to the local climate. Plants are organized by hydrozones (watering needs). Any irrigation system is qualified for high water-efficiency. Turfgrass is minimized and grown to the tallest height recommended. Strategic maintenance includes mulching and soil aeration. Other details are documented in EPA’s Water-Smart Landscape Design Tips.

GulfAccessType

Name Value Description
Bridge(s) Bridges
No Bridge(s) NoBridges
No Bridge(s)/Water Direct NoBridgesWaterDirect
Other Other
Via Boat Lift ViaBoatLift
Via Boat Lock ViaBoatLock
Water Direct WaterDirect
Water Indirect WaterIndirect

Heating

Name Value Description
Active Solar ActiveSolar Active solar heating systems use solar energy to heat a fluid -- either liquid or air -- and then transfer the solar heat directly to the interior space or to a storage system for later use.
Baseboard Baseboard Baseboard heating utilizes convection, as cold air drops from the window, it enters the baseboard heating unit where the air is warmed by heating elements, typically fins.
Ceiling Ceiling A heating unit that is installed into, or upon the surface, of the ceiling.
Central Central A system where heat is generated in one or more locations in the structure and distributed throughout the structure. The term "Central" is commonly understood as distribution done by ducting air. Piping a fluid to radiators is also a central type of heating, but this can be clarified with the options "Radiator" and "Forced Air".
Coal Coal The heating system uses coal as its fuel to generate heat.
Coal Stove CoalStove A coal burning stove that is used for heat.
Combination Combination
Common Common
Dual System DualSystem
Ductless Ductless The heating system does not have ducting like that found in central forced air systems.
ENERGY STAR Qualified Equipment ENERGYSTARQualifiedEquipment The heating system is ENERGY STAR Qualified. Specific performance information must be determined by review of the actual unit.
ENERGY STAR/ACCA RSI Qualified Installation ENERGYSTARACCARSIQualifiedInstallation The heating system installation was done by an ENERGY STAR or ACCA RSI qualified contractor.
Electric Electric A heating system that utilizes electricity and heating elements, such as coils or fins, to generate heat.
Exhaust Fan ExhaustFan The property has an exhaust fan.
Fireplace Insert FireplaceInsert The property has a fireplace insert for generating heat.
Fireplace(s) Fireplaces The property has one or more fireplaces used to generate heat.
Floor Furnace FloorFurnace A radiant heating system that is mounted into the floor and distributes the heat via convection.
Forced Air ForcedAir The property has a forced air system, typically via ducting throughout the structure.
Gas Gas
Geothermal Geothermal A geothermal heating system, also known as a ground source heat pump, transfers heat from below ground into the structure.
Gravity Gravity A gravity heating system, also known as an octopus furnace, is typically a ducted system that doesn't use a fan, but rather is designed to allow the heat to rise naturally thought the ducts to the different areas of the structure.
Heat Pump HeatPump A system that exchanges heat between a warm and cool space. The heat exchange is done between the dwelling and another air space, like outdoors; or a water source; or below ground (geothermal).
Heat Strip HeatStrip
High Efficiency HighEfficiency
Hot Water HotWater The heating system uses a boiler and pipes to deliver hot water to radiators throughout the dwelling.
Humidity Control HumidityControl The heating system has humidity control.
Hydro Air HydroAir
Individual Individual
Kerosene Kerosene The heating system uses kerosene as its fuel to generate heat.
Multi-Fuel MultiFuel
Multiple Heating Units MultipleHeatingUnits
Natural Gas NaturalGas The heating system uses natural gas as its fuel to generate heat.
None None The property does not have a heating system.
Oil Oil The heating system uses oil as its fuel to generate heat.
Other Other The property has a heating system or features that are not included in this list.
Passive Solar PassiveSolar Passive solar is a building design where the walls, windows, floors, etc., are made to collect heat and warm the dwelling.
Pellet Stove PelletStove The property has a stove that burns compressed wood or biomass pellets to generate heat.
Propane Propane The heating system uses propane as its fuel to generate heat.
Propane Stove PropaneStove The property has a stove that burns propane to generate heat.
Radiant Radiant The heating system uses radiators to release heat within the dwelling. The heat is typically delivered to the radiator(s) by water/steam or electricity.
Radiant Ceiling RadiantCeiling The radiant heating element(s) are located in the ceiling.
Radiant Floor RadiantFloor The radiant heating element(s) are located in the floor.
Radiator(s) Radiators
See Agent SeeAgent
See Remarks SeeRemarks See the remarks fields for additional information about the heating system included with the property.
Separate Meters SeparateMeters The heating system has multiple units and/or is zoned with separate meters for each zone/unit.
Solar Solar The property has a heating system or method that uses an unspecified type of solar heating.
Space Heater SpaceHeater The property comes with a stand-alone space heater.
Steam Steam The heating system uses a boiler and pipes to deliver hot water to radiators throughout the dwelling.
Stove Stove
Varies by Unit VariesbyUnit The type of heating or heating features vary from unit to unit.
Wall Furnace WallFurnace Typically a ductless system that is built into a wall to deliver to the room in which it's installed.
Window Unit WindowUnit
Wood Wood The heating system uses wood as its fuel to generate heat.
Wood Stove WoodStove The property has a stove that burns wood to generate heat.
Zoned Zoned The heating system is zoned allowing for indepenant control of two or more parts of the structure.

HorseAmenities

Name Value Description
Arena Arena The property allows for horses and has an arena.
Barn Barn The property allows horses and has a barn.
Boarding Facilities BoardingFacilities The property had horse boarding facilities.
Corral(s) Corrals The property allows horses and has one or more corrals.
Federal Land Access FederalLandAccess
Fenced Fenced
Hay Storage HayStorage The property allows horses and has hay storage.
Horse Track HorseTrack
Horses Allowed HorsesAllowed
Hot Walker HotWalker
Livestock Barn LivestockBarn
Livestock Trough LivestockTrough
Loafing Shed LoafingShed
None None The property either does not allow horses or has no amenities for horses.
Other Other The property has horse amenities other than those in this list.
Outdoor Lights OutdoorLights
Paddocks Paddocks The property allows horses and has an enclosed living are for your horse(s). A paddock is also known as a sacrifice area which got its name because the owner was sacrificing some of their land for the benefit of the horse.
Palpation Chute PalpationChute A portion of the livestock chute where the animal is held for examination or other purposes.
Pasture Pasture The property includes or has access to a pasture for horses.
Riding Ring New RidingRing
Riding Trail RidingTrail The property includes or has access to a riding trail(s).
Round Pen RoundPen The property includes or has access to a round enclosure used for horse training.
See Remarks SeeRemarks See the remarks fields for additional information about horse amenities.
Shaving Bin ShavingBin The property includes or has access to a storage container for wood shavings that are use as ground cover for horses.
Stable(s) Stables The property includes or has access to horse stable(s).
Stock Pen(s) StockPens
Tack Room TackRoom The property includes or has access to a room to store equipment such as saddles, stirrups, bridles, halters, reins, bits, harnesses, martingales, breastplates, etc.
Trailer Storage TrailerStorage The property includes or has access to a place to store a horse trailer.
Wash Rack WashRack The property includes or has access to a rack used to confine/restrain a horse for purposes of washing the horse.
Water Source WaterSource
Zoned 1 Horse Zoned1Horse
Zoned 2 Horse Zoned2Horse
Zoned 3 Horse Zoned3Horse
Zoned Multiple Horses ZonedMultipleHorses

HoursDaysOfOperation

Name Value Description
Evenings Only EveningsOnly The business being sold is open in the evenings only.
Open -8 Hours/Day Open8HoursDay1 The business being sold is open 8 hours per day.
Open 24 Hours Open24Hours The business being sold is open 24 hours per day.
Open 7 Days Open7Days The business being sold is open 7 days per week.
Open 8 Hours/Day Open8HoursDay The business being sold is open less than 8 hours per day.
Open 8+ Hours/Day Open8HoursDay2 The business being sold is open more than 8 hours/day.
Open Monday-Friday OpenMondayFriday The business being sold is open Monday through Friday.
Open Saturday OpenSaturday The business being sold is open on Saturdays.
Open Sunday OpenSunday The business being sold is open on Sundays.

ImageOf

Name Value Description
Aerial View AerialView The image/photo is an areal view of the structure or property.
Atrium Atrium The image/photo is of the atrium.
Attic Attic The image/photo is of the attic.
Back of Structure BackofStructure The image/photo is of the back of the structure.
Balcony Balcony The image/photo is of a balcony.
Bar Bar The image/photo is of the bar.
Barn Barn The image/photo is of the barn.
Basement Basement The image/photo is of the basement.
Bathroom Bathroom The image/photo is of a bathroom.
Bedroom Bedroom The image/photo is of a bedroom.
Bonus Room BonusRoom The image/photo is of the bonus room.
Breakfast Area BreakfastArea The image/photo is of the breakfast area.
Closet Closet The image/photo is of a closet.
Community Community The image/photo is of the community.
Courtyard Courtyard The image/photo is of the courtyard.
Deck Deck The image/photo is of the deck.
Den Den The image/photo is of the den.
Dining Area DiningArea The image/photo is of the dining area.
Dining Room DiningRoom The image/photo is of the dining room.
Dock Dock The image/photo is of the dock.
Entry Entry The image/photo is of the entry.
Exercise Room ExerciseRoom The image/photo is of the exercise room.
Family Room FamilyRoom The image/photo is of the family room.
Fence Fence The image/photo is of the fence.
Fireplace Fireplace The image/photo is of a fireplace.
Floor Plan FloorPlan The image/photo is of the floor plan.
Front Porch FrontPorch
Front of Structure FrontofStructure The image/photo is of the front of structure.
Game Room GameRoom The image/photo is of the game room.
Garage Garage The image/photo is of the garage.
Garden Garden The image/photo is of the garden.
Golf Course GolfCourse The image/photo is of a golf course.
Great Room GreatRoom The image/photo is of the great room.
Guest Quarters GuestQuarters The image/photo is of the guest quarters.
Gym Gym The image/photo is of the gym.
Hobby Room HobbyRoom The image/photo is of the hobby room.
Inlaw Inlaw The image/photo is of the inlaw / mother-in-law quarters/room.
Kitchen Kitchen The image/photo is of the kitchen.
Lake Lake The image/photo is of the lake.
Laundry Laundry The image/photo is of the laundry.
Library Library The image/photo is of the library.
Living Room LivingRoom The image/photo is of the living room.
Loading Dock LoadingDock The image/photo is of the loading dock.
Lobby Lobby The image/photo is of the lobby.
Loft Loft The image/photo is of the loft.
Lot Lot The image/photo is of the lot.
Master Bathroom MasterBathroom The image/photo is of the master bathroom.
Master Bedroom MasterBedroom The image/photo is of the master bedroom.
Media Room MediaRoom The image/photo is of the media room.
Mud Room MudRoom The image/photo is of the mud room.
Nursery Nursery The image/photo is of the nursery.
Office Office The image/photo is of the office.
Other Other The image/photo is of a room or aspect of the property other than those listed in the ImageOf enumerations.
Out Buildings OutBuildings The image/photo is of an out building(s).
Pantry Pantry The image/photo is of the pantry.
Parking Parking The image/photo is of the parking.
Patio Patio The image/photo is of a patio.
Pier Pier The image/photo is of a pier.
Plat Map PlatMap The image/photo is of the plat map.
Pond Pond The image/photo is of the pond.
Pool Pool The image/photo is of the pool.
Porch Porch
Primary Bathroom PrimaryBathroom
Primary Bedroom PrimaryBedroom
Reception Reception The image/photo is of the reception.
Recreation Room RecreationRoom The image/photo is of the recreation room.
Sauna Sauna The image/photo is of the sauna.
Showroom Showroom The image/photo is of the showroom.
Side of Structure SideofStructure The image/photo is of the side of structure.
Sitting Room SittingRoom The image/photo is of the sitting room.
Spa Spa The image/photo is of the spa.
Stable Stable The image/photo is of the stable.
Storage Storage The image/photo is of the storage.
Studio Studio The image/photo is of the studio.
Study Study The image/photo is of the study.
Sun Room SunRoom The image/photo is of the sun room.
View View The image/photo is of the view.
Waterfront Waterfront The image/photo is of the waterfront.
Wine Cellar WineCellar The image/photo is of the wine cellar.
Workshop Workshop The image/photo is of the workshop.
Yard Yard The image/photo is of the yard.

ImageSizeDescription

Name Value Description
None None
Other Other

IncomeIncludes

Name Value Description
Laundry Laundry The income amount includes income from laundry facilities.
Parking Parking The income amount includes income from parking.
RV Storage RVStorage The income amount includes income from charging for RV storage.
Recreation Recreation The income amount includes income from charging for recreation facilities.
Rent Only RentOnly The income amount includes income from only the rent charged to the tenants.
Storage Storage The income amount includes income from charging for general storage.

InteriorOrRoomFeatures

Name Value Description
Additional Living Quarters AdditionalLivingQuarters
Air Filtration AirFiltration
All Bedrooms Down AllBedroomsDown
All Bedrooms Up AllBedroomsUp
Arched Doorway(s) ArchedDoorways
Atrium Atrium
Attic Attic
Balcony Balcony
Bar Bar A built-in or movable fixture for the storage, preparation, serving and/or consumption of drinks.
Bath in Master Bedroom BathinMasterBedroom
Bath in Primary Bedroom BathinPrimaryBedroom
Bathroom Exhaust Fan BathroomExhaustFan
Bathtub Bathtub
Bay Window BayWindow
Beamed Ceilings BeamedCeilings A property where the room, or rooms, have exposed beams across the ceiling.
Bedroom on Main Level BedroomonMainLevel
Bidet Bidet A type of sink designed to wash the undercarriage of the human body.
Block Walls BlockWalls
Bookcases Bookcases Shelfs for books or other objects which may or may not be built into the property.
Breakfast Area BreakfastArea
Breakfast Bar BreakfastBar A surface designed for eating, which is typically smaller than dining table and attached to the other kitchen surfaces.
Brick Counters BrickCounters
Brick Walls BrickWalls
Built-in Features BuiltinFeatures Some features are physically attached to the structure.
Built-in Trash/Recycling BuiltinTrashRecycling
Butcher Block Counters ButcherBlockCounters
Butler's Pantry ButlersPantry
Cable TV CableTV
Carbon Monoxide Detector CarbonMonoxideDetector
Cathedral Ceiling(s) CathedralCeilings A type of vaulted ceiling that is typically higher than normal ceilings and has a slant or curve to reach it's upper most point, which tends to be equal distance from the two shorter walls in the room.
Cedar Closet(s) CedarClosets A closet that is partially or fully lined with cedar wood.
Ceiling Fan(s) CeilingFans The room(s) have fans that are mounted from the ceiling.
Central Vacuum CentralVacuum A built-in vacuum that typically consists of a power/collection unit that is typically install in a garage or closet, tubing from the power unit to rooms thought the house, and wall mounted receptacles for the connection of a movable vacuum hose.
Ceramic Bath CeramicBath
Ceramic Counters CeramicCounters
Chair Rail ChairRail
Chandelier Chandelier A decorative lighting fixture that typically branches out with several lights (or candles) with other decorative components such as glass, crystal or other reflective or light enhancing materials.
Closet Closet
Closet Cabinetry ClosetCabinetry
Coffered Ceiling(s) CofferedCeilings A ceiling with multiple decorative indentations, trays or sunken panels.
Common Entry CommonEntry
Concrete Counters ConcreteCounters
Copper Counters CopperCounters
Country Kitchen CountryKitchen
Cove Ceiling CoveCeiling
Crown Molding CrownMolding A decorative trim covering the seam between the ceiling and walls.
Custom Cabinets CustomCabinets
Custom Mirrors CustomMirrors
Decorative/Designer Lighting Fixtures DecorativeDesignerLightingFixtures
Dining Area DiningArea
Double Vanity DoubleVanity Bathroom cabinetry with two built-in sinks.
Dressing Area DressingArea
Drop Staircase DropStaircase
Dry Bar DryBar A built-in or movable fixture for the storage, preparation, serving and consumption of drinks that does not have a water supply or sink.
Dual Sinks DualSinks
Dumbwaiter Dumbwaiter A small elevator, typically for carrying food between floors in a structure.
Eat-in Kitchen EatinKitchen A kitchen that has been designed to accommodate dining.
Electric Range Connection ElectricRangeConnection
Elevator Elevator A platform or compartment housed within a shaft for raising or lowering people or objects.
En Suite Bathroom New EnSuiteBathroom
Enclosed Toilet EnclosedToilet
Entrance Foyer EntranceFoyer A room or hall at the entrance leading to other parts of the structure.
Family Room Lower Level FamilyRoomLowerLevel
Family Room Main Level FamilyRoomMainLevel
Family/Dining Room FamilyDiningRoom
Fire Extinguisher FireExtinguisher
Fireplace Fireplace
First Floor Entry FirstFloorEntry
Five Piece Bathroom FivePieceBathroom
Four Piece Bathroom FourPieceBathroom
French Door(s)/Atrium Door(s) FrenchDoorsAtriumDoors
Full Bath on Main Level FullBathonMainLevel
Furnished Furnished
Galley Kitchen GalleyKitchen
Game Room GameRoom
Garden Tub/Roman Tub GardenTubRomanTub
Gas Range Connection GasRangeConnection
Gourmet Kitchen GourmetKitchen
Granite Counters GraniteCounters The counters are made of a type of granite stone.
Great Room GreatRoom
Greenhouse Window GreenhouseWindow
Handicap Access HandicapAccess
Heated Floor HeatedFloor
High Ceilings HighCeilings The ceiling height is greater than what might be considered a normal celling height.
High Speed Internet HighSpeedInternet The property has access to high speed internet service, but may or may not be wired and/or connected to that service.
His and Hers Closets HisandHersClosets The room(s) have two separate closets.
Home Office HomeOffice
Home Theater HomeTheater
Hot Tub/Spa HotTubSpa
House Boat/Floating Home HouseBoatFloatingHome
Humidity Controlled HumidityControlled
In-Law Floorplan InLawFloorplan The structure has an area within that has the characteristics of an independent apartment. Typically with a living area, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom, and in-law floor plan is not necessarily an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU).
Instant Hot Water InstantHotWater
Intercom Intercom
Interior Steps InteriorSteps
Internal Expansion InternalExpansion
Jack and Jill Bath JackandJillBath
Jetted Tub JettedTub
Kitchen Exhaust Fan KitchenExhaustFan
Kitchen Island KitchenIsland A separate counter surface in a kitchen that is not attached to other surfaces or to a wall. A kitchen island may or may not include a sink, stove or other fixtures.
Kitchen Window KitchenWindow
Kitchen/Dining Combo KitchenDiningCombo
Kitchen/Family Room Combo KitchenFamilyRoomCombo
Kitchenette Kitchenette
Laminate Counters LaminateCounters The counters are covered with a laminate.
Laminate Countertop LaminateCountertop
Laundry Chute LaundryChute
Library Library
Limestone Counters LimestoneCounters
Linen Closet LinenCloset
Living Room Deck Attached LivingRoomDeckAttached
Living/Dining Room LivingDiningRoom
Loft Loft
Low Flow Plumbing Fixtures LowFlowPlumbingFixtures Some or all of the fixtures are designed to save water.
Lower-Level Entry LowerLevelEntry
Main Level Master MainLevelMaster
Main Level Primary MainLevelPrimary
Marble Counters MarbleCounters
Master Downstairs MasterDownstairs There is a master bedroom on the main level of the structure.
Master Suite MasterSuite
Metal Countertop MetalCountertop
Mud Room MudRoom
Multi-Level Bedroom MultiLevelBedroom
Multiple Closets MultipleClosets
Multiple Dining Areas MultipleDiningAreas
Multiple Living Areas MultipleLivingAreas
Multiple Master Suites MultipleMasterSuites
Multiple Primary Suites MultiplePrimarySuites
Multiple Shower Heads MultipleShowerHeads
Multiple Staircases MultipleStaircases
Murphy Bed MurphyBed
Natural Woodwork NaturalWoodwork The property or room has features made from real wood.
New Paint NewPaint
No Interior Steps NoInteriorSteps
None None
One Piece Bathroom OnePieceBathroom
Open Beams/Beamed Ceailings OpenBeamsBeamedCeailings
Open Floorplan OpenFloorplan A generic design term for a floor plan that makes use of large open spaces and avoids the use of small enclosed spaces.
Other Other The room or interior has features other than those included in this list.
Painted Woodwork PaintedWoodwork
Paneling/Wainscoting PanelingWainscoting
Pantry Pantry A small room or closet where food, dishes and utensils are stored.
Partially Furnished PartiallyFurnished
Permanent Attic Stairs PermanentAtticStairs
Phone System PhoneSystem
Porcelain Counters PorcelainCounters
Pot Filler PotFiller
Pot Rack PotRack
Pots & Pan Drawers PotsPanDrawers
Primary Downstairs PrimaryDownstairs
Primary Suite PrimarySuite
Programmable Thermostat ProgrammableThermostat
Pull Down Attic Stairs PullDownAtticStairs
Pullman Bath PullmanBath
Quartz Counters QuartzCounters
Quartzite Counters QuartziteCounters
Recessed Lighting RecessedLighting A light fixture installed into a hallow opening in the celling.
Remodeled Remodeled
Sauna Sauna A small room or separate structure designed to produce heat, wet with steam, or dry, to induce perspiration.
Second Floor Entry SecondFloorEntry
Second Kitchen SecondKitchen
See Agent SeeAgent
See Remarks SeeRemarks See the remarks fields for additional information about the room or interior.
Self-closing Cabinet Doors SelfclosingCabinetDoors
Self-closing Drawers SelfclosingDrawers
Separate Shower SeparateShower
Separate/Formal Dining Room SeparateFormalDiningRoom
Separate/Formal Living Room SeparateFormalLivingRoom
Shower Only ShowerOnly
Sink Sink
Sitting Area in Master SittingAreainMaster
Sitting Area in Primary SittingAreainPrimary
Six Piece Bathroom SixPieceBathroom
Skylights Skylights
Sliding Glass Door(s) SlidingGlassDoors
Smart Home SmartHome Smart Home features are a generic term for electronic automation of features such as lighting, heating/cooling, security and other amenities. The features are typically linked though an app or software via one or more third party services. The features are also known for their convenience and energy efficiency.
Smart Lights SmartLights
Smart Thermostat SmartThermostat A heating/cooling control unit that has convenience and energy saving aspects. A smart thermostat may also integrate with a larger smart home system and typically operates through a third party service.
Smoke Free SmokeFree
Smooth Ceilings SmoothCeilings
Soaking Tub SoakingTub A bath tub that is typically deeper and may be shorter than traditional tubs.
Solar Tube(s) SolarTubes A reflective tube that extends from a light gathering surface on the roof of the structure down into a room where the outside light is distributed.
Solid Surface Counters SolidSurfaceCounters
Sound System SoundSystem The includes a sound system. This typically includes in-wall wiring and recessed/built-in speakers and a built in location for the amplifier and other audio equipment.
Special Millwork SpecialMillwork
Split Bedrooms SplitBedrooms
Stacked Bedrooms StackedBedrooms
Stainless Steel Appliances StainlessSteelAppliances
Stainless Steel Counters StainlessSteelCounters
Stair Climber StairClimber
Steam Shower SteamShower
Stone Counters StoneCounters The property or room has counters that are made of some type of stone.
Storage Storage The property or room has storage space.
Sun Room SunRoom
Sunken Bathtub New SunkenBathtub
Sunken Living Room SunkenLivingRoom
Suspended Ceiling(s) SuspendedCeilings
Tandem Tandem
Third Floor Entry ThirdFloorEntry
Three Piece Bathroom ThreePieceBathroom
Tile Counters TileCounters The property or room has counters that are made of some type of tile.
Tile Countertop TileCountertop
Tongue and Groove Ceiling(s) TongueandGrooveCeilings
Track Lighting TrackLighting A type of lighting where the light fixtures are mounted on a track allowing for adjustment of the position of the lights.
Traditional Floorplan TraditionalFloorplan
Trash Chute TrashChute
Travertine Counters TravertineCounters
Tray Ceiling(s) TrayCeilings A ceiling with a inverted tray or recessed area, often rectangular, that adds depth and interest.
Tub Shower TubShower
Two Piece Bathroom TwoPieceBathroom
Two Story Ceilings TwoStoryCeilings
Unfinished Walls UnfinishedWalls
Unfurnished Unfurnished
Updated Kitchen UpdatedKitchen
Upgraded Upgraded
Upgraded Countertops UpgradedCountertops
Upper Level Master UpperLevelMaster
Upper Level Primary UpperLevelPrimary
Utility Room UtilityRoom
Utility Sink UtilitySink
Vanity Vanity
Vaulted Ceiling(s) VaultedCeilings From the Italian word Volta, is typically a high celling with no attic between the ceiling and the roof. When a vaulted celling has two angles that meet in the center of the room, you may use Cathedral Ceiling(s).
Vinyl Counters VinylCounters
Walk Out WalkOut
Walk-In Bathtub New WalkInBathtub
Walk-In Closet(s) WalkInClosets A closet that is a small room with an entryway.
Walk-In Pantry WalkInPantry
Walk-In Shower WalkInShower
Water Closet(s) WaterClosets
WaterSense Fixture(s) WaterSenseFixtures Water fixtures that are backed by independent, third–party certification and meet EPA’s specifications for water efficiency and performance.
Wet Bar WetBar Commonly a built-in fixture for the storage, preparation, serving and/or consumption of drinks that has a faucet and sink.
Window Treatments WindowTreatments
Wine Cellar WineCellar
Wired for Data WiredforData The property has been wired for data, typically Category 5 or 6 wiring for the support of ethernet data communications.
Wired for Sound WiredforSound The property has been wired for a built-in sound system. This typically includes in-wall wiring and recessed/built-in speakers and a location for audio equipment. The wiring is in place, but equipment may not be included.
Wood Burning Stove WoodBurningStove
Wood Cabinets WoodCabinets
Wood Counters WoodCounters
Wood Product Walls WoodProductWalls
Workshop Workshop

IrrigationSource

Name Value Description
Canal/Ditch CanalDitch
Community System CommunitySystem
Creek/Stream CreekStream
Deeded Water Rights DeededWaterRights
Extra Cost ExtraCost
Included in Assessment IncludedinAssessment
Lake Lake
Metered Metered
Municipal Municipal
None None
Other Other
Pipeline Pipeline
Pond Pond
Private Private
Reclaimed Water ReclaimedWater
River River
Seasonal Seasonal
See Remarks SeeRemarks
Shared Shared
Spring Spring
Well Well