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Canadian Financial, Real Estate and Mortgage Glossary

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Blueprint


Synonyms:architectural plan, design, draft, model, prototype, rendering, sketch
Acronyms &
abbreviations:
bprt
Filed Under: abbreviation, real-estate
Tags: classifieds, construction, property listing, realty
 

Definition of blueprint (bprt)

blueprint (bprt)
1. A contact print of a drawing or other image rendered as white lines on a blue background. A blueprint is generally a print of an architectural plan or technical drawing and is often used for construction purposes or obtaining permits.


Related Terms and Acronyms:

  • architect   One who designs buildings.
  • dimension plans   Diagrams that show location of building outlines and other improvements on a lot, but which are not as detailed as blueprints.
  • schematic designs   Structural plans for a building's mechanical systems, such as its plumbing and electrical functions.
  • square footage   The area within a building, calculated by measuring the rooms by length and width.

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