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lbispy, Home Buyer in Nokomis, FL

Does duplex mean the 2 attached units sell together?

Asked by lbispy, Nokomis, FL Sun Sep 23, 2012

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This question is about this property: http://www.trulia.com/homes/Florida/Nokomis/sold/1001771330-…

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In most cases the answer is yes. However in some cities the government has allowed a duplex to be split and sold as "Half-Duplex". A great example of that is my neighbor to the north of Sarasota, Bradenton, FL. Also, we have "Attached Villas" that are basically a "duplex" called by a different name, they share a common wall.
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It depends. When you are looking at property for investment or income a duplex refers to the building which brings two units. If you are looking at buying a single unit to live in is usually described as a 1/2 duplex or a condo.
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The link provided here is to a villa in Pinebrook Preserve. This villa sold on 3/2/12. A duplex usually means that there are two units. It most commonly refers to units which are side by side with a common wall and roof. If you are looking for a duplex in the MLS you can search for income property. Most duplexes are listed under that heading. Villas or condos are sold as seperate units even though they share a common wall and roof as well.

I would be happy to send you some listings or answer any questions you may have.

Tammy Hayes, Realtor
Green Lion Realty
tammyhayesre@gmail.com
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No, only one unit is for sale. It is like a condo or a villa. If you are interested to set up a showing appointment, please give me a call.

Kind Regards

Werner
Broker Associate, CRS, GRI, CIPS, TRC, SFR
http://www.WernerUntrieser.com
info@2Sarasota.com
941-356-6580
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