In listing office space for lease is it better to list just USABLE SF or include the SF for the Load factor?

As a marketing ploy, In listing office space for lease is it better to list just the USABLE SF in the actual listing, and add the additional SF for the Load factor upon further inquiry?
In Leasing Property - Asked by David V. - Mar 11, 2014
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W.C. W.
Quakertown, PA

Leasable, then add the load factor

Mar 19, 2014
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Scott N.
Boise, ID

In the Boise SMSA it's customary to use BOMA leasable / rentable sf (rsf) since it is the amount of space a tenant will be leasing & paying for. Of course, many 1st time tenants will not know the difference & it's important to make sure they know the difference. I would avoid marketing ploys myself, but recommend whichever you use, to adequately describe it. I have seen some agents describe the space as xxx sf plus yyy common area or load factor.

Mar 19, 2014
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