Residential Classification Examples
Every Property Index Number (PIN), from vacant land, to residential property, to commercial property. to commercial incentive properties, has a classification code.
Below are some examples of residential classification codes. Find your home's classification code on its PIN details.
|Class 2-02||One story residence, any age, up to 999 sq. ft.|
|Class 2-03||One story residence, any age, 1,000 to 1,800 sq. ft.|
|Class 2-04||One story residence, any age, 1,801 sq. ft. and over|
|Class 2-05||Two or more story residence, over 62 years, up to 2,200 sq. ft|
|Class 2-06||Two or more story residence, over 62 years, 2,201 to 4,999 sq. ft.|
|Class 2-07||Two or more story residence, up to 62 years, up to 2,000 sq. ft.|
|Class 2-08||Two or more story residence, up to 62 years, 3,801 to 4,999 sq. ft.|
|Class 2-09||Two or more story residence, any age, 5,000 sq. ft. and over|
|Class 2-10||Old style townhouse, over 62 years|
|Class 2-11||Two to six residential apartments, any age|
|Class 2-12||Two to six mixed-use apartments, any age, up to 20,000 sq. ft.|
|Class 2-34||Spllit level residence, with a lower level below grade, all ages, all sizes|
|Class 2-78||Two or more story residence, up to 62 years, 2,001 to 3,800 sq. ft.|
|Class 2-95||Individually owned row houses or townhouses, up to 62 years|
|Class 2-99||Residential condominium|
Where do I find my PIN?
Your Property Index Number (PIN) is printed on your tax bill, your property closing documents and deed, and notices from the Assessor's office (such as your assessment notice).
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