There is a name for a home that is identical to the other ones surrounding it. We call this a row home. I lived in one growing up. It was not much, but it did the job. A row home is perfect for someone who is venturing into adult life and living on their own. The person can be attached and detached from their loved ones at the same time.
- A row home is cheaper to buy. If you are looking to rent the space, then you might need to pay more. A row home has few costs due to the lack of maintenance. A row home has less maintenance when comparing it to a traditional single home. A row is a great choice for both the young professional and first-time home buyer. Why? They are starting out and need to save all the money they can. A row home will cut down on the added expenses.
- A row home does not require hiring an additional repairman or contractor. If something goes wrong and needs fixing, they can call the guy who did it. The one downside is you will need to sacrifice some of your personal preferences. A row home comes premade, and you are stuck with the choices selected for you unless you decide to redecorate or remodel.
- You can use all the amenities that your neighbor uses. The one downside is lack of privacy. If you are a private person, you might want to think long and hard before making this choice. Every home comes equipped with the same odds and ends that the others homes have.