Town homes are single family units, usually more than two, built right next to each other where they share 1 or 2 common walls with other units.  On the other hand, duplexes are two residential or commercial units which share a common wall. The difference between town homes and duplexes is that duplexes are designed in such a way that it appears to be a single unit. Because of this, duplexes are much versatile when in comes to architectural design. Commonly, a duplex has a single owner, where he or she could have either one or both units rented out. The owner may occupy one side of the duplex while having the other side rented out to another family. It is considered a commercial property when both units are rented out. Duplexes are quite beneficial when trying to maximize the use of land property as compared to building a single family home. A duplex could be your perfect home in the spectacular Tri-Cities of Washington St. Posted by Colleen Lane on
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