Property in Canada

Types of houses and apartments in Canada:

  • Condominium
  • Semi-detached
  • Townhouse
  • Detached house (Detached)
  • Bungalow
  • Ranch

1- Condominium: A condominium is a large property complex divided into individual units and sold. Ownership usually includes a nonexclusive interest in certain “community property” controlled by the condominium management. Condominium management is usually made up of a board of unit owners who sees to the day-to-day operation of the complex, such as lawn maintenance and snow removal. For the services provided by the condos, a monthly charge has to be paid, which depends on the type of condo and, of course, on the new and old condos, usually, the old condos also have more charge.

2. Semi-detached: A semi-detached house (often abbreviated to semi) is a single family duplex dwelling house that shares one common wall with the next house. The name distinguishes this style of house from detached houses, with no shared walls, and terraced houses, with a shared wall on both sides.

3- Townhouse: Is a single family home that shares one or more walls with other independently-owned units. They are often rows of uniform homes, two stories or taller

4- Detached house (Detached): A detached house is a stand-alone residential structure that does not share outside walls with another house or building.

5. Bungalow: A bungalow is a one-story house, cottage, or cabin.

6- Ranch: A house built on a large plot of land or a farm.

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