Selling the Whole Condominium – A New Trend for Older Condominiums?

A recent article in the Globe and Mail reported about a group of condominium unit owners in British Columbia who had decided to sell the entire condominium to a developer. The condominium was 32 years old and consisted of 21 residential units.   Read the article………….


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