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How Are Different Four-Level, Three-Level, Two-Level, One-Level Houses?

Difference between level 1, 2, 3, 4

CLASSIFICATION HOUSE:

In principle, when classifying a house to determine the taxable price is based on the quality of the main structural components and the value of the use of each house. Houses are classified into six types: villas, level I, level II, level III, level IV and temporary housing according to the following criteria:

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  1. A) Villa:

Difference between level 1, 2, 3, 4
Detached villa with garden, fence surround

Separate house, garden, enclosed fence;

Structural frame, floor, reinforced concrete wall or brick wall;

Covering the house and the walls separating the rooms with reinforced concrete or brick;

Flat roof or tile roof, good sound insulation, and insulation;

Finishing materials (plaster, tiles, tiles) inside and outside the house well;

Convenience of living (kitchen, toilet, bath, electricity, and water) is convenient, good quality;

The number of floors is not limited, but each floor must have at least 2 rooms to stay.

  1. B) Level I houses:

The reinforced concrete structure of reinforced concrete or brick construction has a useful life of more than 80 years;

Covering the house and the walls separating the rooms with reinforced concrete or brick;

Roof of reinforced concrete or tile roof, good insulation system;

Finishing materials (plaster, tiles, tiles) inside and outside the house well;

Convenience facilities (kitchen, toilet, water, electricity, and water) full, convenient, unlimited number of floors;

  1. C) Level II houses:

The reinforced concrete structure of reinforced concrete or brick construction has a useful life of more than 70 years;

Covering the house and the walls separating the rooms with reinforced concrete or brick;

Roof with reinforced concrete or tile roof with fibroociment;

Finishing materials in the outdoors are relatively good;

Full living facilities. The number of floors is not limited.

  1. D) Level III houses:

The composite structure between reinforced concrete and brick or brick. Long-term use over 40 years;

Cover the house and brick wall;

Roof Tile or Fibroociment;

Finishing materials made of common materials.

Comfortable living, toilet facilities, shower with normal materials. House maximum 2 floors.

  1. Đ) Level IV houses:

Difference between level 1, 2, 3, 4
House level 4

The structural strength of brick, wood. Long-term of use up to 30 years;

Covered walls and brick walls (walls 22 or 11 cm);

Roof Tile or Fibroociment;

Low-quality finishing materials;

Low amenities;

  1. E) Temporary houses:

Wooden, bamboo, and lacquered structures;

Surrounding toxic, earth wall;

Leaves, straws

Low amenities and living conditions;

CLASSIFICATION HOUSE:

As a matter of fact, builders often do not meet the above criteria, so each level can be split into two or three categories based on the following key assumptions:

The first four criteria for villas and the first three criteria of level I, II, III, IV are ranked first.

If only achieved at 80% compared to the first class, then ranked second

If only less than 70% compared to Category 1, ranked third

Temporary housing not categorized.

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