What will doom your condo unit’s resale value

Before purchasing a new condo unit, conduct a physical inspection of the neighborhood you plan to move to.  Find out if there are railroad tracks nearby, busy roadways, or major power lines. Noise and ground tremors may interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of your unit in the future. Power lines may present potential health hazards. Problems like these make a condo unit much harder to resell.     Read the article………….


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