Buying a home isn’t just about finding something that looks good from the outside. You need the home to suit your needs, like space and location. It’s not always easy to determine what type of home you should go for, though. That’s where we come in. We’ve designed this brief test to give you a basic idea of what home to buy. You’ll find the answers at the bottom of the page.

House #1

You don’t own this property. You aren’t even surrounded by elegant decorations and vast amounts of space, but you don’t care. At the end of the day, you’ve got a roof over your head. What do you need more than that? Well, the TV, of course. And a decent-sized kitchen. You’ve got a lot of storage, too, but you might need to work around it to fit it all in. It doesn’t matter, though. You’ll make the best of what you have, and that’s all that matters.

House #2

Finally, you’ve got a place of your own. What you aren’t so keen on, are the upkeep costs you have to pay on a regular basis. It’s not always fun abiding by the rules, either, but you’re willing to deal with that. At the end of the day, you’ve got a house. And, there’s much less responsibility than you might otherwise have.

House #3

You’ve got even more space to deal with here, although it might be more in a vertical setting, with two or more floors. You still don’t have to deal with any maintenance costs, which is refreshing. Also, you’re likely to be close to the town or the city, which is great for convenience purposes. There might be a few neighbors, but this is generally a peaceful place to live. It’s not all that expensive, too.

House #4

You want your own little patch of land to do whatever you please. Sure, it’s the most expensive option, but you’ve got independence, and you’re in control of privacy. There are no rules to abide by, and this is a place that you can modify over the years to become a true family home. Also, with the right real estate buyer resources, you’ll find a place that provides a great investment opportunity.

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House #1 – If you picked this one, you chose a generic apartment. It’s the sort of place you’ll probably rent. You might not get much space, but at least you actually have your own space.

House #2 – It’s a condo! There aren’t many differences between an apartment and a condo, but ownership is different. Many apartments are owned by corporations. But, condos are individually owned, allowing you more opportunities to buy.

House #3 This option is a townhouse. It’s the sort of place where you’ll get a little extra privacy than a condo, and more convenience. They’re generally larger than condos, too.

House #4 – You’ve chosen a detached house. It’s the most expensive option, but it’s also the most luxurious one. Nothing else will do – you want the perfect home.