Are you ready to sell that oversized home or finally move out of that rental apartment? Do you value convenience and amenities? If so, condo living might be just for you. Read on for 7 reasons to own a condo.
A gas station just around the corner, a restaurant within walking distance, and an ATM in the same building you live in… convenience is king when planning our condo locations. We keep residents top of mind and build our communities within walking distance or just a short drive to nearly everything needed for day-to-day life.
If you are looking to downsize from your large home, condos are a great option. The smaller, more manageable space of condos gives a simpler life with less cleaning and less clutter. This is especially perfect for those who travel or are out and about often because they don’t have to worry about the upkeep of your home.
Condos provide exceptional quality of life with all the built-in amenities that come with them, you truly get the most. Fitness rooms help you stay in tip top shape without paying excessive gym memberships. Community spaces allow you to be social with your neighbors. Underground parking keeps your car safe from the harsh weather elements and protected from crime. Pet wash stations and outdoor pet areas make your furry friends feel right at home.
Condo buildings have a great sense of community which boosts your quality of life. Community rooms with couches, TVs, games, and kitchens provide a space to socialize with neighbors and friends. It’s the perfect place for a holiday party, potluck dinner, or movie night.
5. personality / freedom
You’ll have freedom to make your condo your own unlike rental apartment living. Add your own flair with fixtures you love, colors that make you happy, and décor that makes you feel right at home.
The added security features of condo buildings will allow you to live a worry-free life, especially if you are living on your own for the first time. Cameras, secure fob double-door entries, and underground parking give peace of mind.
Condos may not have as much privacy as a fenced-in single family home, but they do have more privacy than an apartment. Building materials are often higher quality and thought is put into ensuring sound and odors don’t travel.