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Re: webschema-ISSUE-13 (Describing Real Estate): Schema.org should document how best to describe Real Estate [Feedback on Schema.org]

From: Kurt Maine <kurt@develohost.com>
Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2012 13:15:33 -0700
To: <public-vocabs@w3.org>
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I propose that a Real Estate itemtype contain the following properties:

BrokerName: The owner, or the broker representing the owners of the 
property.
BrokerOrganization: The name of the Broker or Agent's company.
BrokerTelephone: The telephone number of the broker.
BrokerURL: The URL of the Broker or Brokerage Companies Web site.
PropertyType: The type of property (Single Family Home, Multi-family 
Home, Rental)
Price: The offer price or rent of the property.
PriceTerm: The payment cycle that this property's price represents 
(Total for homes, Monthly for rentals?)
PriceCurrency: The currency of the price.
Bedrooms: The number of bedrooms.
Bathrooms: The number of bathrooms.
Floors: The total number of levels of the property.
Amentities: A list of a property's features (in format of ItemList).
YearBuilt: The year the propety was built.
LivingArea: The total area of the living space.
LivingAreaUnit: The unit of measurement used to define the living area 
(Square Feet, Square Meters).
LotArea: The total area of the property's land.
LotAreaUnit: The unit of measurement used to define the lot's area 
(Acres, Square Meters, Hectares).


Properties from Thing
Description: A short description of the item.
Image:	URL of an image of the item.
Name: The name of the item.
URL: URL of the item.

Properties from Place
Address: Physical address of the item.
Fax Number: The fax number.
Geo: the geo coordinates of the place.
Maps: a URL to a map of the place.
Photos: Photographs of this place.
Reviews: Review of the item.
Telephone: The telephone number.

I welcome and invite discussion on how this proposal may be improved. 
Let's think this through, and try not to complicate it too much.
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