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Residential Property Types Defined:

Site Built:

 A single-family, detached home constructed on the lot and that does not otherwise qualify as another type.

Zero Lot Line: 

A single-family home where one or two sides of the property rest directly on the lot's boundary line, and the lot is owned outright.

Modular Home: 

A single-family home built in a factory, transported to the site and assembled permanently to a foundation. The foundation is structural to the house.

Manufactured Foundation: 

A single-family home built entirely in a factory, transported to the site and affixed to a permanent foundation. The foundation is not structural to the house, and the house may be moved at some future time.

Manufactured Mobile:
A single-family home built entirely in a factory and transported to the site without a permanent foundation.
Horizontal Property Regime (HPR) Attached:
A unit (house) developed under the Tennessee Horizontal Property Regime which is attached to another unit on a shared lot.
Horizontal Property Regime (HPR) Detached:

A unit (house) developed under the Tennessee Horizontal Property Regime which is detached from another unit on a shared lot.

Flat Condo:

A single story unit in a multi-floor building.

Garden Condo:
A unit where the majority of the living space is on the ground level, with no unit above or below.
High-rise Condo:
A unit in a building that has more than seven floors.
Loft Condo: 

A unit that has open layout with few interior doors.

Other Condo: 

A unit that does not otherwise qualify as another type of condo.

Townhouse Condo:
A unit with multiple floors, with at least one common wall, and no unit above or below. Also known as a Row House.


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