Condominiums, or ‘condos’, are apartments that are individually owned.

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Condominiums in Florida

Condominiums, or ‘condos’, are apartments that are individually owned.

The advantages of a typical condominium in Florida are numerous:

  • Condominiums are generally less expensive than single family homes but are often situated in superb locations such as ocean-side
  • You may be able to afford to live in a more expensive neighbourhood
  • Easy lifestyle – the condominium homeowners association often covers roof replacement, exterior maintenance, common area maintenance, and other expenses
  • Good ‘lock and leave’ vacation homes
  • Condominiums often include amenities such as a community pool

Of course, with advantages come disadvantages – and it would be remiss of us not to mention those too, to help you make an informed decision:

  • Noise from neighbours, including those above and below your apartment
  • Homeowners’ association fees, politics and restrictions
  • Parking at condominiums is often in a common area not attached to the home
  • No yard or private garden area of your own
  • Some condo buildings may have stairs rather than an elevator

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