fourplex


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fourplex

A small apartment building containing four residences. Many FHA loan programs are available for fourplexes.
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Single family homes, town homes, condos, fourplex and smaller apartment buildings account for over half the estimated 40 million rental dwellings in the United States.
Only recently has a 1-tube fourplex TaqMan assay been developed (13); however, the 4 pairs of primers and the 4 distinct fluorophores for dual-labeled probes increase the complexity and cost of the assay.
Can the servicing cost on a $250,000 fourplex be compared with servicing a highly structured loan secured by a $250 million super-regional mall?
Fourplex owners were devastated to find that, in some cases, their property values had plummeted in less than a decade from more than $160,000 to less than $60,000.
The rear tenement is principally a duplex or a two-story fourplex, with a flat roof built at the rear of the lot, and linked to the street by a covered passage.
On 23rd Street between Figueroa and Estrella, two craftsman homes, converted into a fourplex, are owned by Esperanza as rental units.
Property A is a fourplex that was converted from an older single-family home by the present owner 20 years ago.
He wants a property that will generate more income and finds a fourplex that party B is selling for $200,000 subject to a $145,000 mortgage.
In a sought-after downtown Toronto neighbourhood densities are medium, but rarely more than fourplex.
Hata Building is now filled with shops and restaurants, and the Kress Building, a former dime store with a soaring art deco front, will become the home of a movie fourplex and shops scheduled to open in November.
This includes the addition of 12 homes and 6 triplexes completed and occupied in 2007, another 8 fourplex homes completed in December 2010 and a duplex completed in May 2012.
Smith said the unit where the fire originated suffered flame and water damage, and other units in the fourplex sustained smoke damage.