Condos Real Estate

    While we all want to invest our money into something we own rather than paying rent, and not everyone is looking for a large house to take care of. This makes condo living perfect for someone who doesn’t like yardwork. Also, may condo complexes give you the added amenities of a pool, clubhouse and park areas to enjoy without the upkeep. Because you own the unit, condos allow you make most interior improvements to personalize it the way you like such as custom paint colors, floors and countertops (verify with your HOA on any restrictions) that renting an apartment will not.

    In most cases, condos are less expensive than a single family home. Often times, the monthly HOA fee covers landscape maintenance, common areas and may include water and garbage fees.  And with recent changes to loan programs, condos are becoming easier to purchase. So if you have been wondering if you could be owning your place rather than renting an apartment, contact us to see what opportunities are available for you.