6 Important Rules That Will Preserve the Value of Condos

After extensive research based on which I wrote numerous articles on the subject of condominiums — their inherent ownership problems, expected physical longevity, and the role they play as an alternative housing arrangement — it became evident that 15 years from the time they are built, condo complexes enter a phase where major elements start giving up, requiring expenditures that, in many cases, may not be covered by their fiscal budgets or reserve funds.  Read the article……………..


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