If you have been living in a house, but the children have long since left the nest and you no longer need all that space, you may be ready for a condominium or townhouse.
Condominium living, for example, gives you the advantages of home ownership including tax deductions, but without all the upkeep of a home and yard.
Some condominiums also have recreational areas that are shared by the condo owners, such as swimming pools, tennis courts, and other attractions. With no yard work or house maintenance to worry about, living in a condominium gives you more leisure time to enjoy other activities. A condo can also be a good investment for the money.
Changing from house living to condo living means a change in lifestyle, of course, and this is something you should consider before you buy. Check with our office today to find out what’s available and what would best fit your needs.