The listing period for a single family home vs. a commercial property differs in that:
A single family home is typically listed for 60-120 days whereas a commercial property is typically listed 6 months-1 year.
By law, single family homes may only be listed for up to 1 year, while commercial properties may be listed up to 18 months.
A commercial property listing does not have an expiration date whereas a single family home listing always does.
Single family homes may be listed for as long as the seller would like, whereas commercial property listing periods are regulated by law.
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