Why Condo Life Isn’t for You

Finally, it’s retirement time. Years of hard-work are going to pay off! Are you thinking about all the pros for condo life? Or thinking about why condo life isn’t for you?

People who have chosen to purchase a condo, enjoy the thought of downsizing. They also want to be a part of a close community and cast their votes on the condo association board for changes to benefit them all. With one monthly association fee there are more than enough services the condo-dweller needs.

There’s a parking garage, insurance, a community clubhouse, and also:

  • Mowing
  • Watering
  • Landscaping
  • Brush removal
  • Tree pruning
  • Outdoor lighting

A beautiful landscape that is well taken care of 365 days a year. Isn’t that just lovely? You don’t have to worry about any of stressful and tedious tasks again if you caved and bought the darn condo.

Somewhere deep down, the idea isn’t sitting right. It’s just not alluring enough to convince you to go all in, but why not?

You love your house. If you’re reading a blog with a title “Why Condo Life Isn’t for You” you’re probably already not 100% convinced in the idea. You’ve put years of blood, sweat and tear into that house to get it where you want it. You have a life-time of memories there from raising your kids to holding your grandchildren. It’s not easy to pack everything up into a few boxes and leave the rest behind.

Lawn care can require a lot of strength at times, and your back isn’t as strong as it once was. In the fall all your aches and pains are more difficult when you feel the chill in the air. Every year the thought of having all your yard work taken care of sounds more and more appealing.

You don’ have a lot of money coming in anymore. You’re on a fixed income. How would you be able to afford a professional to take care your property?

You don’t have to give in to condo living just yet. Talk to us, and you could be pleasantly surprised with what we offer.

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