A condominium is one living unit in a building or separate building among other units on a tract of land.
The key difference with apartments is that they are rental housing units.
In these contemporary homes, the co-op members are essentially shareholders in the building.
A townhouse is a single-family home sandwiched between or next to other homes just like it.
The barndominium is the younger step-brother to the modern farmhouse.
A small, square, single-story house with a front porch is a bungalow.
To be considered historic, a home must be at least 50 years old.
A villa is similar to a single-family home but enjoys a reputation for being bigger and more luxurious.
A mobile home is mobile, but the irony is how the homes don’t move that much.
Container homes are appealing because they’re easy to build, mobile, and durable.