Moving into a condo vs. a detached home presents some unique challenges. From parking for the moving truck to extra fees, there’s a lot to consider and plan.
Do you dream of owning your own home someday? Perhaps you see yourself in a storybook cottage with a white picket fence or maybe a sleek urban condo. Whatever you imagine your home to be,
Are you thinking about buying a condo? Condo living can be fabulous, but it’s certainly not for everyone. There are a lot of factors you should consider if you’re considering the condo route. Read on…
When buying an investment condo, there are many factors to take into consideration. Investment condo buyers can face special financing requirements, rental restrictions, and management issues.
Closing costs when buying a home are a fact of life. While buyers cannot avoid these significant fees, they can ask the seller in the contract offer to cover some or all on settlement day
Making an offer a condo can be quite different from buying a house. There are many extra considerations that can be overwhelming and sometimes nerve-wracking.
When you start your search for the perfect condo, you’ll quickly learn that there are several types of condo buildings from which to choose.
Whatever your idea of homeownership is, now is the time to start planning for it.
We always counsel first-time buyers to start the process early. By doing all of the legwork early, buyers can take quick action when they find “the” home.