Single-family dwelling: Any home designed for only one family
Multi-family dwelling: Any housing community built for more than one family
Attached: Any unit that’s connected to another (not freestanding)
Apartment: An individual unit in a building with several units. A perimeter of locked or lockable doors generally defines the boundaries of the apartment.
Multi-family house: Often seen in multi-story detached buildings, where each floor is a separate apartment or unit.
Condominium (Condo): A building with individual units owned by individual people.
Detached house: A freestanding building (a stereotypical “home”) that does not attach to something else.
Portable house: Houses that can be moved on a flatbed truck.
Mobile home: A vehicle on wheels that has a permanent residence attached to it.
Villa: A building with only one room and typically a steep pointy roof.
Hut: A dwelling typically made of raw materials such as bamboo, mud, and clay. Two units with one common wall
Duplex: Detached residences
Mobile dwellings: A full-time dwelling that may be (although may not be) mobile on wheels.
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