Making the Most of Common Spaces

There are many reasons why people choose to live in a condo building or homeowner’s association. It might be the building’s close proximity to a job or family, or maybe the resident would prefer for someone else to mow the lawn, fix the roof and take care of the property. For some residents, the biggest appeal of this type of living is the built-in community of neighbors that come with multifamily living.  Read the article………


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