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Condominium Living
Condominium ownership is very common in many countries in Europe and Hong Kong and big cities such as New York. However this concept has just started to get more recognition in Calgary as we move in to more density in the cities and our average price is climbing to meet the prices in major centers across Canada.

When you buy a condominium you are buying a certain lifestyle. This is not for every one. You may be the kind of person who likes to work around the house or you have a very busy life style and you are always in and out of the city or country. You could be single, a couple, or retired and not want the responsibility of snow shoveling or maintaining the property but you need to know how condominiums are run, your responsibilities as an owner, and the responsibilities of the board of directors.

Seniors /Adult Buildings:

There are more and more senior’s complexes cropping up, as the yuppie generation is getting older and has the ability to afford a life style of choice. The selection is getting better as we get older, we have apartments for seniors located in the outskirts of the city.

We have adult buildings also located near or in the center of town for the working class. Some complexes do not allow pets and some complexes do not allow children. Some senior’s complexes may also provide a bus service for seniors to shopping centers and other locations of interest to owners.

As the city grows and it takes longer to commute from out skirts of city to central business district, people will adopt this life style in order to save traveling time. In New York people have a condominium near their place of work and go home on the weekends to spend time with family. The average time people spend traveling to and from work in New York and now Toronto also is approximately three to four hours every day. To have three extra hours of free time every day is considered lifestyle.

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The nature of the bylaws can differ from complex to complex. ByLaws are created to achieve certain objective for that complex. These objectives may not be in the best interest of what you (realtor/ buyer) may have in mind as your potential future home/lifestyle.
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Condominium Document Inspection Centre #201, 735 - 12th Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta T2R 1J7
Phone: (403) 228-6770 Fax: (403) 806-1297 Email: nina@cdicinspections.com

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