How Legos can help us understand real estate

What could Legos possibly tell us about real estate? Scroll through the images below to digest some real estate concepts one block at a time. We’ll touch on issues such as functional obsolescence, code violations, the value of a view and FHA safety standards. What else do you see? I’d love to hear from you in the comments below.

Legos and real estate - photo by Sacramento Appraisal Blog - 1

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I used to play with Legos as a kid all the time. Did you? I still build though quite regularly with my two sons who are six and nine. They absolutely love Legos, and it really gives us a fun way to connect. We actually built this house a few days ago, and after building I thought it would be perfect for a blog post.  🙂  Two birds with one stone – family bonding and blogging.

Which photo do you like best?

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Comments

  1. says

    Great post Ryan. I’m thinking about reconstructing the bedroom with no door, and only window access since I have an 11 year old daughter and will probably be needing it in the years to come. Thanks for the idea!

  2. says

    I like the picture “there are no stairs” where the guy is pushing up the other person. Ryan, you are a great Dad and great appraiser. I commend you for finding the balance between work and family…or in this case …. combinding the two!

  3. says

    Legos, what a great concept. Love the idea. My son is 10 an builds some great stuff on his own. You might string these pictures together and make a video with you reading the messages and post on youtube!

    • says

      Thanks so much. I’ll have to do another one of these at some point. I have some ideas up my sleeve. I just need to let my ideas and my kids’ building plans coincide. Legos are fun. I hope you and your 10-year old get to enjoy them together. Thanks Janice.

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