Buying a condo can eliminate a slew of the stresses that come with homeownership. The units usually cost less than a traditional home, and the shared maintenance will see you kicking back while someone else tends the landscaping. Typical amenities like a pool or tennis court aren’t too shabby, either.
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But buying a condo differs from buying a regular home in one major way: You have to live with a condo board that regulates many aspects of your everyday life. And the wrong one could send those once-low stress levels through the roof.
“One of the biggest considerations when purchasing a
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