How much condo townhouse?
Your answer is location, location, location. A local realtor can answer your question precisely.
A condo is very much like a duplex. It is one house made into two. A townhouse is different because they are just single houses against each other. Read More
There is no standard -- a local realtor can help you decide which to buy. Read More
Your condominium or townhouse operates under a set of governing documents that may or may not allow this use of the property. Read them to answer your question. A townhouse may or may not operate under a set of governing documents. If your townhouse is essentially a single family home, you can work with the local licensing authority to work out operating a day care from your townhouse. Read More
A little, but they are different. A townhouse is usually a row house, one of several attached buildings. They may have completely separate ownership. A condominium ("condo") is often more like an apartment but essentially it is a residence that is part of a group that has shared management and maintenance. The condo owner is responsible for inside the walls the a Home Owners Association (HOA) is responsible for the outside and the grounds. The… Read More
By definition, it doesn't matter. Resale values are based on local markets and demand for the type of property you have to sell. Read More
A condominium is always a form of real estate ownership, regardless of the style of the home. A townhouse is a style of home and can be owned outright, rented or owned as a condominium. In some places, the term 'townhouse' and 'condominium' are used interchangeably, but the two do not not always mean the same thing. Read More
One queries the local hall of land-use records with an address to ascertain the real estate ownership type for that address. Read More
it depends the constructor who fix the roof for a townhouse. Read More
Is your house a terrace if to your left you would be totally attached and on your right you would only be connected upstairs you have a passageway between yourself and your neighbors?
Sound like either a Condo or a Townhouse. Read More
"Scottsdale, Arizona is a community with a very large number of condominium (condo) apartments as well as townhouse condos. That number is always changing as new construction appears." Read More
Because there is no standard assignment for who owns screen doors, you can read your governing documents to determine who owns 'your' screen door in your community. Read More
A townhouse -- which is a style of building, is owed by a condominium association, which is a style of real estate ownership. Condominium associations own all the common elements in the real estate development, each owner holding a percentage of ownership that relates to his/her allocated interest. In addition, the owner owns title to a unit. In this case, the interior of the townhouse is the unit -- boundaries between individual and association ownership… Read More
The cost of a condo depends on the size + quality. If you are looking to buy an amazing condo, about $50'000 is gonna go out your wallet. Read More
"The rent for a condo in Tucson varies by size and location. A two bedroom condo will cost approximately $970 and a three bedroom condo will cost approximately $1,571." Read More
it cost $145 Read More
The difference is in the style of ownership of the real estate, and the style of the buildings. Some townhouses are stand-alone buildings, others built in rows. There is no standard style of real estate for condominiums. Read More
Fire-resistant construction or fire-barrier construction in shared housing of any kind is a good idea. Check your local laws to determine whether or not this is required. Read More
Read your governing documents to determine whether or not you are indeed responsible for watering your front lawn. Otherwise, if the association is responsible for watering, you can send a request to the board in writing and ask for their answer to your question. Read More
The housing market is blooming over there now and Resorts are in large amounts of time share trades. were the seller gets a great deal for a condo rental in New York! you can Buy a time share 2bed room resort townhouse. Read More
A freehold Townhouse is one in which you own the townhouse rather than lease it for a specified time. It can be passed on to future generations rather than reverting to the leaser upon your passing. Read More
"Condo prices in Charlotte vary depending on the neighborhood, and availability. You would need to contact a real estate agent to determine what the pricing is for the condo you are interested in renting for the week." Read More
A local realtor can answer your question: there is no standard. Read More
There are lots of prices for condo's in the Chicago area. All of them have different factors that will affect the price. Age of the condo, dues, age of appliances, and location are all factors that will dictate the price. Also, if the condo is a foreclosure will have some bearing on the price. Generally someone can purchase a condo for about $250,000. Read More
Can you increase the power supply to a circuit breaker in a condo It's a townhouse style condo We have our own circuit breaker in the garage but we need 150amps and only have 90amps?
Before making any changes to circuit breakers, make certain that the breaker does not exceed the capacity of ANY current carrying wire in the circuit. If you attempt to increase the size of the breaker in your condo, and exceed the capacity of the wire that is fed from that breaker, you WILL burn down the condo and when the fire department investigates the fire and finds out what you did, the association will be… Read More
Greenwich Village townhouse explosion happened on 1970-03-06. Read More
A condo rental in Chicago can vary depending on the area, the size of the condo, and how many rooms or features are desired. The best way to find the most current information on what a rental condo in Chicago costs would be to look for information online or contact a local real estate agent in the Chicago area. Read More
A local realtor or its equivalent in Japan can answer your question. Read More
A local rental agent can answer your question specifically. Read More
Rancho Monterey is located 20 minutes south of Jaco in Parritta, Costa Rica. The property is managed by Carlos Monge. There are currently a few homes and a condo complex built, and another condo/townhouse complex has been a work in progress for many years. Word is the builder is out of money so no real progress is being made. There are many plans for the development, but as with most things in Costa Rica you… Read More