Older condos plagued by high maintenance costs

To be more precise, a condo unit will remain a viable real-estate ownership alternative for as long as its monthly maintenance fees and realty taxes remain below the monthly rental of a comparable unit in another condo complex or apartment building. Once the condo’s maintenance fees and realty taxes exceed the cost of comparative rentals, there will be no demand to buy it.      Read more……….


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