Factors to Consider in Maintaining and Maximizing the Value of Your Condominium

One of the most important aspects in determining the value of a condominium complex to a prospective purchaser is the upkeep of its common elements. A well run condominium will make capital improvements as they become necessary, address maintenance issues immediately, and keep the grounds neat and orderly. In order to be able to afford the costs associated with these expenses, an association must make sure that its budget is adequate, and that its reserve funds are sufficient to address any necessary capital improvements.   Read the article………………


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