We will be sure to accurately convey to you our knowledge of the Blue Mountain townhouse listings we present to you.
If you are considering a condo but want something a little bit different, you might want to look into townhouse listings. There are a number of similarities between regular condos and townhouses that bear mentioning, as well as differences. We are real estate agents who understand these similarities and differences. We make sure you also understand right from the start, so you can make an educated decision about whether to look at condo listings or townhouse listings.
- Differences – While a condo can have shared walls and one or more units above or below them, a townhouse is generally a row of semi-detached homes that only share a wall on one or both sides. Because a townhouse is the only structure on a set land footprint, in some cases you will own the land, as well, while that is not usually the case with a condo. With a condo, the land the entire complex sets on is owned collectively by all the owners. Insurance is often different, as well, with a condo policy being much like renters coverage. The condo association carries insurance for the buildings themselves. With townhouses, the property owner usually insures the structure they own. There are usually vast differences in the way many maintenance and repair issues are handled.
It is mostly the differences that will come into play when you are looking at townhouse listings, so you need to know exactly what you are gaining ownership to and what your commitments are going forward for community areas and what you can and cannot do with your property. We will be sure to accurately convey to you our knowledge of the townhouse listings we present to you and put you in touch with the right people for inspections, appraisals, financing and more. Give us a call today if you are interested in townhouse listings in the Blue Mountain, ON area.