Most people who buy .homes are likely involved in residential real estate, the business of buying and selling homes. Many of them are professionals who must pass an exam to become licensed to work in the industry and focus on properties including:
- Single-family homes — The good, old-fashioned house that accommodates an adult or two and their children (and maybe even a granny).
- Multi-family homes — Not to be confused with apartment buildings, these properties generally include up to four residences with shared walls.
- Condominiums — These are very similar to apartments, with shared walls and amenities, but are typically owned rather than rented.
- Townhomes — A step up from condos, townhomes still have shared walls but often feature private amenities like lawns and driveways.
- Cooperatives — At first glance, co-ops are just like apartments, but each resident owns a share of the building and contributes to its upkeep.
While the .homes domain name might seem like a resource exclusively for real estate professionals, let’s not forget about private individuals. These are the people who roll up their sleeves, grab hammers and paintbrushes, and then lovingly fix up properties to sell for a profit. Does this sound like you? The .homes domain could help make your ideas real.