A person could make their home in an apartment or condominium or perhaps something else depending on the context.
Your grammar exercise is an lesson in advanced capitalism, not a real-life statement about the difference in emotional content between the words "house" and "home". Try these instead:I've found the following sentence in a grammar exercise:
He bought homes in Milan, Paris, New York and Miami, which were filled with works of art from all over the world...
He bought houses (that he intended to use as homes) in Milan, Paris, New York and Miami,He bought homes in Milan, Paris, New York and Miami,
Isn't that true about every new house, for every family that moves to a new house?The reason why I found this sentence strange was that I thought we could buy the physical building, but not the house plus the emotional feelings.