Multifamily homes cover a broad range of housing types, including apartment buildings, condominiums, duplexes, and lofts, to name just a few. For many Americans who live in urban environments, or who cannot or prefer not to live in a single family home, multifamily homes are a flexible and often more affordable alternative. In the United States, commercial development of multifamily homes is rated well in terms of future prospects and returns; worse than industrial property and single family homes but better than hotels and offices. Additionally, in many major American cities, multi-family residential buildings cost less per square foot to construct than single-family homes.
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