However there are several reasons why a single page design may not be suitable for your website.
Single page websites do not perform well in SEO (Search Engine Optimization). In fact, they can reduce your chances of ranking in Google. With so little content, keywords cannot be very varied. A blog, for example with many articles, ideal for a natural referencing on several keywords cannot be installed on a single page website.
In addition, the single page website is not the ideal candidate for eventual evolution. If your choice is for a single page, it will not be able to be transformed into a multi-page website. You will have to consider a new design, with a new subscription. Which is not necessarily ideal. So, think about what you will do in a few years and keep this in mind when you choose between a single page site and a multi page site.
Finally, keep in mind that you will only have one URL to work with. This may not seem like too big an issue, but what about when you want to share something from your site with the social networking community?
Last but not least, the loading time of a mono page site is always a little longer than a multi page one. Indeed, an important number of photos of your property will impact the loading time of a mono page.