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Old 2017-07-12, 11:04 AM
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Default At what point is a basement considered "finished"?

Id like to make the basement a bit nicer, possibly for a home gym, but I would also like to avoid an increase in property taxes.

If I drywalled the outside and added outlets as required, would that be "finished"? What if I add a panel ceiling? Floor?
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