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Condominiums

Like an apartment, but privately owned. Like a home, but with communal amenities. Condominiums strike an interesting balance between individual ownership and communal upkeep. Condominiums are a common feature in the modern housing market and are a worthy consideration to anyone getting involved with real estate.

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S.B. Nickse Law Offices, LLC

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10 years in practice
Business Arbitration, Business Law, Neighbor Disputes
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Klinedinst Attorneys PC

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3.7
40 years in practice
Criminal Defense, Employment Law, Intellectual Property, Premises Liability, Real Estate Law
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The First Step to Homeownership

Condominiums are an increasingly common presence in suburbs and urban areas. While they are utilized with increasing frequency, there are still some disadvantages that should be considered along with the potential benefits to condominium ownership.

Condominium Benefits

There are some advantages to purchasing a condominium as opposed to buying a home. First, a condominium is usually less expensive than purchasing a house outright. Additionally, the amenities that are present in a condominium complex such as pool access or a fitness center are maintained communally as opposed to being forced to shoulder the costs individually.

Condominium Downsides

There are some downsides to owning a condominium that are unique to the property that apartments or houses will not have. First, there is a communal fee for living in a condominium complex. This will be an extra, monthly fee that is not present otherwise unless the property has a homeowner’s association. Additionally, condominiums are smaller and usually less customizable than a fully owned house.

Helping You Command The Market

If you are looking to purchase a condominium, you will need the help of an experienced real estate law attorney. A real estate attorney is able to focus completely on your case and get you the best possible outcome.

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Condominiums Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is a condominium?

A condominium is a private residence that is part of a larger residential complex. Condominiums can be owned individually, but can still have shared benefits and amenities such as fitness facilities, parking space, and laundry facilities. Ownership of a condominium is often considered a stepping stone to full property ownership.

2. How do condominiums differ from other real estate?

Condominiums share similarities with both houses and apartments. Unlike a home, a condominium is typically part of a larger block of residences with shared common areas and amenities with fees deriving from the maintenance of these common spaces. Unlike an apartment, condominiums are owned outright and not subject to a landlord, although a privately owned condominium may be chosen to be rented out to a tenant.

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