The short answer is no. However, if you are getting the deal of the century on it, you may be able to turn a profit. If you're paying market value then you will very likely break even or have a very small profit after all closing costs and expenses incurred when selling a property.
Frisco is very family oriented so usually buyers are looking for a home with a yard which a townhouse doesn't offer. Another important factor is having a 2 car garage, I assume it has one. That's a must for resale in Frisco.
With a townhouse, you have monthly HOA dues that you never recover either.
None of us can predict the future. Look at the mess we're in. The difference is really lifestyle. Most of the people in townhomes I see have a particular lifestyle. Perhaps gone all the time, back for 1 1/2 days on the weekend. Maybe gone 3 weeks at a time. Also lots of single females who just don't want to take care of all the details of home ownership. Margin...tought to tell.
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