- Are all Property Use Details required?
- Do I include a mezzanine in my GFA?
- How do I account for ____________?
- How do I change a Property Use Detail?
- How do I determine Enrollment at my college?
- How do I determine Number of Bedrooms?
- How do I determine Number of Commercial Refrigeration/Freezer Units?
- How do I determine Number of Commercial Washing Machines?
- How do I determine Number of Computers?
- How do I determine Number of Guest Meals Served Per Year?
- How do I determine Number of Laundry Hookups?
- How do I determine Number of Workers?
- How do I determine the % of my property that is heated / cooled?
- How do I determine the Length of All Open or Closed Refrigeration/Freezer Units?
- How do I determine Weekly Operating Hours?
- How do I enter a temporary value?
- My hotel (office) is used seasonally. How should I enter the months it is closed?
- What are default values? When are they available?
- What does "time weighted" mean?
- What does this error mean: "The Property Use _____ has less than 12 Full Calendar Months of Gross Floor Area for the year selected"?
- What if my property is only heated to 35 degrees to prevent pipes from freezing?
- What is the "Year Built"?
- What is the effective date for my Property Use Details?
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