Condominium lifestyle is not for everyone. This is probably not the best choice if you enjoy mowing the lawn or taking care of your garden, shovel a path or landscaping your yard. For those looking to simplify their lives, though, condo living is a great option.
Less maintenance: No more mowing the lawn, shoveling the sidewalk or raking leaves. No more trimming bushes, cleaning the roof or wondering when it's time for the new shingles. You can check out Biltmore Square that provides resort-style condo complex with three community pools, spas, two saunas’ and a state of the art bi-level fitness room.
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If you live in a condominium building, most of the maintenance is done for you. Only your responsibility in it: write a check each month for your home owner's association.
Proximity: Many condominium buildings are built in urban areas. They offer city life just outside your door. Within walking distance, you will probably find a lot of restaurants and nightclubs, sports, arts, and music venues, as well as many places to shop.
Less room for Stuff: There is a big difference between spacious single-family homes and condominiums. So long as you choose the right condo for yourself – after all, you know best about what everyday life you need – you'll have plenty of room for everything you need.