If you compare the price of a new two-bedroom home with the price of a two-bedroom condo in the same neighborhood, which do you think is cheaper? The condo will sell for at least 20-30% less than comparable detached housing. Owning your own roof, foundation and plot of land is much more expensive for your wallet and your time. When you are a condo owner, you share the maintenance expenses with the other people in the building, so when the roof leaks, you are not stuck with the full cost. Condos also offer amenities that you would otherwise not be able to afford. Many condo complexes have swimming pools, tennis courts, fancy exercise rooms and more. Condo homes are especially nice for empty-nesters who don’t need much space or for single families who are first time buyers. You may share a wall, but you still have your privacy mixed with luxury that you will not get from a detached home.
Take a look at this classic contemporary, new construction condo. It has 3 bedrooms and 2.1 baths. The ceilings are high, there are oak stained, hardwood floors, there is a lot of space for entertaining, there is a private garage, a deck, a sleek kitchen, Bosch appliances with Quartz counter tops and a full back splash, a remote controlled electric fireplace, and the master bath has a spa bath with steam, an air tub and heated floors. This condo is a “must see” so when you are shopping for homes, take a look at this place. Do not discount the condo. It has may perks and benefits that you just will not get from a detached home.
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