There are a few careers that are closely associated with townhomes, depending on whether you are on the sales side, or on the managerial side.
On the sales front, one of the most popular careers in a real estate agent. Despite town homes being set up in standard rows within the residential community, each one is the property of an individual owner, not a company. A real estate agent acts a representative for either the terrace house owner or the buyer when negotiating pricing and the sale of one of these homes. Some agents even help their clients find luxury condos, town homes, lofts, or apartments to rent.
A real estate agent is required to undergo a specific program in school geared towards training him or her on property value, how to customize the sales approach of each house, and more. An agent is required to pass a test before getting his or her license as well. After that, they are free to help the family find the perfect townhouse, with just the right number of bedrooms, bathrooms, and kitchen space.
On the other side of the spectrum, we have the terrace home manager. This person has general community responsibilities, like overseeing the overall look of each row of houses. He or she may also care for vacant houses within the facility, the upkeep for furnished units, and general maintenance for all living within the complex. This person also manages the the care for amenities, like pools, parking, gyms, and laundry space, keeping them running like new. Similar caretakers are found in complexes for condos, lofts, and apartment suites.