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Types of Commercial Property

Apartment Block
Apartment Block

Commercial property includes office buildings, industrial property, medical centers, hotels, malls, retail stores, farm land, multifamily housing buildings, warehouses, and garages. In many states, residential property containing more than a certain number of units qualifies as commercial property for borrowing and tax purposes.

Block of Flats
Block of Flats

They mean that unlike a freehold residential house, this is a block with a freeholder leasing out units (OK, residential units, but nonetheless....). But debating the definition of 'commercial' is pointless.

Bungalow
Bungalow

Search from 43 commercial real estate properties for sale in Bungalow, QLD 4870 on commercialrealestate.com.au. View commercial property listings & request for sales and leasing data. Search from 43 commercial real estate properties for sale in Bungalow, QLD 4870 on commercialrealestate.com.au. View commercial property listings & request for sales and leasing data.

Condominium
Condominium

"For every condo in Florida—whether it's in a residential or commercial association or a mixed–use community—legislatively it's all the same," says Bill Worrall, vice president of The Continental Group, which is based in Hollywood, Fla., and manages 1,300 condominium and homeowner associations totaling 310,000 residential units.

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Duplex
Duplex

A duplex in real estate normally refers to a structure used for residential purposes and consisting of two living units with a common wall. Learn how to invest in duplexes. A duplex in real estate normally refers to a structure used for residential purposes and consisting of two living units with a common wall.

House - see List of House Types
House - see List of House Types

Addison house: a type of low-cost house with metal floors and concrete block cavity walls, mostly built in the United Kingdom and in Ireland during 1920 through 1921 to provide housing for soldiers, sailors, and airmen who had returned home from the First World War.

In Sum
In Sum

Commercial real estate is one of the three main types of real estate, along with residential and industrial. As its name implies, commercial real estate is used in commerce (residential real estate is used for living purposes, while industrial real estate is used for the manufacture and production of goods).

Townhouse
Townhouse

Any wise New Yorker knows that two heads is better than one. Any smart real estate investor knows that two renters are better than one. Mixed-use ...

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Type 1
Type 1

The vast majority of real estate agents and brokers work with three major property types. It's no coincidence that these are the three property types accounting for most of the real estate ownership transfers. As a new agent or broker, you may want to narrow your focus and specialize in one or more property types. A study of the number of properties of each type in your area, and their relative values, would indicate the possible financial rewards of working with each type.

TYPE 2
TYPE 2

Types of commercial property. Commercial real estate is commonly divided into six categories: Office Buildings – This category includes single-tenant properties, small professional office buildings, downtown skyscrapers, and everything in between.

Type 2: Non-Combustible
Type 2: Non-Combustible

ISO 4 -Masonry Non Combustible (MNC) Class MNC-I, Typically RMS Class 2, 2C1, or 3C Concrete block, reinforced masonry, tilt-up concrete load bearing walls – may be combined with some heavy steel framing. Floors commonly concrete on steel deck for multi-story buildings. Roof construction is typically heavy steel frames.

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TYPE 3: ORDINARY
TYPE 3: ORDINARY

Basic description of major types of real property as marketed by real estate agents and brokers. Vacant land, residential, commercial are included. Vacant land, residential, commercial are included. Basic description of major types of real property as marketed by real estate agents and brokers. Vacant land, residential, commercial are included.

TYPE 4: HEAVY TIMBER
TYPE 4: HEAVY TIMBER

Type 2: Non-Combustible Type 2 construction is typically found in new buildings and remodels of commercial structures. The walls and roofs are constructed of non-combustible materials. Specifically, walls are usually reinforced masonry or tilt slab, while roofs have metal structural members and decking.

TYPE 5: WOOD FRAME
TYPE 5: WOOD FRAME

Type 3 buildings can be of either new or old construction, and they have non-combustible walls and a wood roof. If operating on one of these buildings, firefighters should be suspect of conventionally framed materials that may be weathered, built-up roofs or roof-on-top-of-roof systems.

Type 5: Wood-Framed
Type 5: Wood-Framed

Type 5: Wood-Framed Type 5 construction is found in many modern homes. The walls and roofs are made of combustible materials—most commonly wood. If the walls are wood-framed, the roof usually is as well. Rooftops are ceramic tile or asphalt shingles placed over lightweight trusses and OSB.

Unit
Unit

From a business point of view, commercial real estate is any offering of office, retail, industrial, medical, hospitality, and other commercial space that can be leased (and sometimes bought) for the use of the business.

source: 42floors.com