Pros And Cons: Downsizing To A Condo
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When you find you're using less and less of your home, you want to save more money, or the kids have all moved out it might be time to downsize. But what type of property will you downsize to? Condos are one of the most popular options for people who are in the market for a smaller home. Here are the pros and cons of buying a condo.
Pros Of Moving Into A Condo
- Less Cleaning
- Less Maintenance
Cons Of Moving Into A Condo
- Less Space
- Condos Can Be Expensive
- They Are Noisier
You went from living in a spaced-out neighbourhood to living above and below your neighbours. It goes without saying that living in tighter quarters will be noisier than living in a house. If you are sensitive to sound your ideal condo would be in a bottom, top or corner unit which might be move expensive or not available.
If you are thinking about downsizing talk to us about your options. Perhaps a condo isn’t the right fit for you. Click here to learn more.
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