Property Type Definitions

Created by Wendy Alley, Modified on Tue, 01 Aug 2023 at 01:52 PM by Wendy Alley

Single Family - Residential Detached   

An individual, freestanding, detached dwelling unit, typically built on a lot larger than the structure itself, resulting in an area surrounding the house, known as a yard.

 

Single Family - Residential Attached

Any property with a common wall separating single family residences. The specific style of the structure includes Condominiums, Duplex, Triplex, and 4-10 unit properties.

 

Multi-Family 

These multi-family housing terms simply define the number of units contained in a single multi-family building. A duplex consists of two units per building; a triplex, three units per building; and a quadraplex, four units per building.

 

Lots & Land

All unimproved property

 

Lease

Residential Single-Family, Multi-Family, or Land/Lot for Rent/Lease.

 

Land Lease 

Land without a building for lease.

 

Other 

Deeded Boat Slips and Garages that do not require owning property within the same development and Fractional-Ownership properties.

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