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How Single Family Home is Better than Multi Family Home

Posted by Sellect Realty on January 5, 2017
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 Are you looking to invest in a home? But cannot decide which one to go for – Single family home or multi family home? If yes, you have come to the right place. Here you will find everything about what type of home should you choose, and how single family home is better than multi family home.

Advantages & Disadvantages Of Single Family Homes: Important Facts About

  • Pros:

The first advantages of investing in single family homes is that their appreciation value is much higher than multifamily homes. Plus the residential detached single family homes have pools, lawns and plenty of stuff for other purposes which makes it a tempting property from a buyer’s perspective.

 

Another advantage of single family homes vs multifamily homes is ‘easy handling’. As they are dedicated for a single family to live, there are no potential fights between the residents as to who is going to pay for the repair expenses and other costs.

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  • Cons:

One of the biggest disadvantage of single family residents is that when they become vacant, all the costs such as utility bills repair costs comes down to the shoulders of the owner.

 

Another disadvantage that comes with residential detached single family homes is price. As these homes are bigger than multifamily units, their price is also higher than those of multifamily residents.

Important Facts About Multifamily units:

Multifamily homes are pretty common among buyers in real estate as they provide a great living experience with lower price. Here are some of the advantages and disadvantages multifamily residents that you must know before making a decision.

  • Pros:

The first advantage of multifamily home, (For Investment Point Of View), is a larger pool of renters. The rent in these homes is much lower than rent in single family detached homes, which attracts a larger number of potential renters.

Another advantage that comes with investing in a multifamily resident is better cash flow. While investing in such property, the buyer gets more than one units which makes it quite tempting as compared to single family. For example, if you buy a multi family home with 4 units, you will have 4 different families paying you rent on monthly basis. In case there is one vacancy in a 4 unit multifamily home, you will still be getting rent from 3 vacant units. This is not possible in single family residential detached units.

  • Cons:

Multifamily units have a larger pool of renters. But when it comes to selling, the number of interested buyers is extremely low.

Another con that comes with buying multifamily homes is the high maintenance cost. The reason behind this is a larger number of people living there which causes more damage to the building.

These are some of the pros and cons that come with both the types of properties. Everything seems to be fine with these properties but one thing that defines how single family home is better than multi family home is their resale value. Their resale value is much higher and they are much easy to sell as compared to multifamily homes.

Lastly, if you are looking for stunning single family homes, multifamily homes, residential attached or detached properties, Sellect Realty is the place to go. Their listings have the most alluring homes in Georgia. To know more, click here.

 

2 thoughts on “How Single Family Home is Better than Multi Family Home

  • John Mahoney
    on April 18, 2017

    I didn’t know that single family homes had higher appreciation value than multi-family ones. It makes sense that taking your time to do your homework can help you make an educated decision and make the right investment. I can see how anyone looking into this would want to make sure they consult with a professional who can see and act on the market trends to assure the best results.

  • Tomas Killington
    on May 15, 2017

    My father wants to diversify his investments. He’s trying to decide which type of property to invest in. I didn’t realize single family homes can eliminate disagreements between tenants. I’ll be sure to share this info with my brother.

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