Buying your next home is no small task. For many people a place to relax, enjoy friends and family, and separate from the outside world. If you’re looking to move into a new home, you’ve got some choices ahead of you, and we’re here to educate you on the differences between owning a home versus a condo.
Homes are typically located in quiet, residential areas. This lets them separate from the busier commercial areas, but it also means time-consuming travel whenever residents need to go anywhere for leisure or entertainment. Condos tend to be closer to useful city landmarks, but separated enough that residents can still enjoy peace and privacy. Homes and condos both come in a wide variety of different styles, but homes are more prone to being designed to fit the style of a neighborhood, while condos act as their own neighborhood and can have a style of their own.
Homes and Condos can both be leased, or owned. At The Cays at Ocotillo, our Condos are full ownership in a desirable location. Our buyers can purchase from a wide range of floor plans from a 1 bedroom suite to a top floor Penthouse Loft suite. The standard quality finishing items are top quality with the ability to customize your condo suite to your preference within our Design Center is a great feature.
Homeowner’s associations may sound daunting, but the benefits they give are one of the biggest advantages condo life has over house life. Within most single family communities, home ownership provides freedom over your property, but that also comes with maintenance. Having to keep your property maintained and landscaped through all seasons is time consuming, a financial burden, and energy to deal with that task. For condo ownership, maintenance of the common areas and the landscaped grounds is taken care of for you. Usually, membership in an HOA requires regular fees, and those fees go toward upkeep of the property, maintaining the common areas of the building, and amenities/facilities such as Heated Resort Pool/Spa, Clubhouse, Fitness Center, and other features. Each HOA operates differently, so you’ll have to check with the building’s management to see what the requirements are.
Home ownership and condo ownership both come with benefits, so weighing all options is important when making your final decision. Depending on the location of your condo, you’ll also get to enjoy being in proximity to the city, giving you better access to shopping, recreation, dining, and other activities. Additionally, most condos feature a number of high-class amenities.
We are happy to review with you the great features for amenities and facilities that are provided at The Cays at Downtown Ocotillo. (480) 248-3737. www.thecaysatocotillo.com.
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