Are you searching for a single family home for sale?
By its definition the term “single family home” means a residence or dwelling which is to be used by a single family, and it typically includes 2 to 6 bedrooms, 1 or more bathrooms, a kitchen, living area, garage space, and yard space in either the front or back of the house.
Single family homes have been in existence for centuries and in the United States you can find some of the oldest single family homes, still in use on the East Coast, dating back to the 1700’s.
Single family homes are great because since they are a single dwelling, or separate house, this means you won’t have to worry about sharing your walls, common area or other spaces with neighbors.
Older single family homes are ideal in 2015 because, they were often built on larger lots and include more unique features like built ins compared to newer homes, plus you may be able to buy an older single family home for less than a newer home and put your own “stamp” on it.
New Trends with Single Family Homes
What’s great about buying a single family home in 2015 is that many new single family homes are being built with a detached or attached spaces called in-law suites.
This extra in-law space is perfect for large families or adult children who plan on purchasing a home with their parents in the near future.
Where to Look For Single Family Homes
If you plan on searching for a single family home in 2015 make sure you use the following criteria when factoring in the type of home you want to purchase: space, square footage, bedrooms, bathrooms, location and school district.
To get started with searching for a single family home in Southern California contact Fred Sed Realty today by calling us at 800-921-9231.