condo

Downsizing may provide you and your partner with some added cash to help fund your retirement. However, you would be wise to speak with a financial adviser or estate planner to establish a plan that will support your needs and lifestyle preferences.

That you are thinking about amenities tells me that you are off to a good start in identifying the condominium lifestyle that will cater to you and your partner’s specific needs and preferences.

buying-a-condo

The short answer to this question is that buying a condominium (condo) involves a number of special considerations you won’t encounter when you purchase an ordinary detached or semi-detached home, and you should be aware of them before you make an offer.

difference-between-condo-and-co-opReal estate terminology isn’t always clear and understandable. If you’re thinking of buying a condo or co-op, I strongly recommend working closely with a registered real estate salesperson who can answer your questions, and explain the meaning of certain terms. And when you find the right salesperson for you, make sure you’re open and honest about your budget and the dwelling or ownership model that’s the best fit for your lifestyle.