The Mystery of “Site Condominiums” Unravelled

People who live in detached single-family homes may be surprised to learn (sometimes to their chagrin) that they are actually living in a condominium. This realization may cause the owner to experience some confusion and perhaps even disappointment, as he or she may have believed that they owned a “single family home” in the more traditional “subdivision” sense.   Read the article………….


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