You know from first-hand experience that there's a whole lot to love about condo living. But it might be time for you to consider the switch to a house if:
- You want to be the rule-maker. Condo rules and regulations are often credited with keeping the peace and fostering a sense of community among neighbors. But perhaps you're no longer content to simply follow the rules and want to be the one making them instead.
- You want to control the purse strings. Condo fees are what make low-maintenance living possible for condo dwellers, however they are out of your control. Are you ready to start calling all the shots (and assuming all the responsibility) as to how, where and when money is spent on your home?
- You want more privacy. Some like the sense of security and community close quarters provide, but sharing walls, floors and ceilings isn't for everyone. Are you tired of dealing with noisy neighbors? Or do you want to make more noise yourself without having to worry as much about disturbing others?
- Your family is expanding. While condominiums are increasingly becoming family and pet friendly, you may be one of the many people who feel that a house is simply better suited for your growing family, whether that means a couple of kids or a couple of dogs.
Let's get together to talk through the different types of housing options in today's market and what would work best for your individual situation.