A single-unit: is only ONE unit (e.g., apartment, villa, studio, etc.). You add the description of the unit and it is booked as a single entity.
A multi-unit: is a group of units sharing the same address and amenities (e.g., a number of apartments in the same building or chalets in the same resort). You add the common features of the units followed by the distinguishing characteristics of each).
Hi, I’m Aref Abuhamad
Member since 2018-04-05
Hello. I am Aref, 66, now retired after nearly 40 years of work. In the last 15 years of my life, I decided that once retired I must get self-reliant. I therefore bought a few apartments which I am now renting and earning some income.