To calculate cost per square foot, divide the purchase price of a house by its total square footage. For instance, if a house with 2,000 square feet sells for $180,000, the cost per square foot is $90 per square foot. More »

Rent per square foot is calculated by dividing the rent amount by the number of square feet rented. Using the annual rental amount produces the cost of square foot per year, while using the monthly rental amount produces... More »

Calculations of the number of British Thermal Units necessary to heat or cool each square foot of a room must also account for the climate zone and the room's insulation, sun exposure and primary function. Some calculati... More »

According to the Internal Revenue Service, fair market value can be calculated based on the current selling price of the property, the price of comparable goods, the cost to replace the item or the opinion of experts on ... More »

The term "net price" refers to the cost of something minus the price of anything that lowers the total dollar value a consumer actually pays, according to U.S. News & World Report. The term is most commonly used by colle... More »

Profit on return is calculated by subtracting a unit's selling price from the cost to produce, dividing that difference by the selling price and multiplying that number by 100. This equation gives the percentage margin o... More »

To estimate the cost of a walkway as of 2015, calculate the total square footage of the path by multiplying the length times the width, and then multiply that figure by $4 to $6 per square foot for a plain concrete walkw... More »