Property Management for Rental Duplexes and Triplexes
Looking for a duplex house for you and your family? If you are whipped from walking and driving through houses finding the perfect duplex building then you’ve come to the right place.
Duplex Building is a building that includes two independent houses or units. Compared to single-family house a duplex house is cheaper because of the shared walls and other parts of the house.
There are three types of duplex house, a Single Story, Two Story: One Unit Up - One Down, and Two Story: Side-by-Side.
A single story duplex is a bungalow type of house that has two units, built side-by-side. This type of house is favorable to those families that have young children and elderly living with them. These type of house doesn’t have stairs.
A two-story that has one unit up and one unit down helps to house a diverse field of occupants. If you want to feel the cool breeze of the wind in the second-floor bedroom rather than the first floor, then this is the type of duplex that will suit you better. While the lower level of the house would be favorable for those business type of person that doesn’t want to use the stairs.
And last but not the least, is the two-story, side by side type of duplex. It is a two-level building that shares a common wall. One of the advantages of this type of building is the privacy and the shared proportion of the lot. The private living spaces like bathrooms and bedrooms are separated from the common areas. This type of duplex is also useful on smaller lots, offering extra proportion by building vertically not horizontally.
Triplex and quadruplex are multi-family houses that are similar to the structure of a side-by-side duplex building. It is a residential structure that has more than one dwelling. It is separated by commonly shared walls, and you have the whole footed size to your self, up and down.
The private areas are also separated and this type of house is most commonly seen in urban areas. This type of house is the perfect option for those people who are tired of the life of living in an apartment but can’t afford the monthly rental of a single family house of their type.