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especially for over 100k more than I paid for a brand new 2 storey walkout with a triple garage. that is nuts.



Where did you get a triple garage new build walkout for 450-500???? Can't even get that here in Airdrie...where are you? Olds? lol

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Where did you get a triple garage new build walkout for 450-500???? Can't even get that here in Airdrie...where are you? Olds? lol


strathmore....

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Yup.

Anything with an elevator is a bad investment. Especially over 5 years old and builder has down offloading all the units and warranty ran out.

Then it's Special Assessment time!

The only cheap condo living is renting. Owning is pretty risky.

lol yup. definitely risky. i would opt for a nice townhouse my next purchase.

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lol yup. definitely risky. i would opt for a nice townhouse my next purchase.


Interested in a town house as well, been looking at some real cheap cozy looking new ones. Only thing I'm unsure about is they also have a "condo fee" attached.

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Interested in a town house as well, been looking at some real cheap cozy looking new ones. Only thing I'm unsure about is they also have a "condo fee" attached.


Look into details as to what it covers.
Sometimes it'll only be lawn mowing and shoveling, sometimes it goes all the way to covering all exterior stuff from siding to windows and/or doors.

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Interested in a town house as well, been looking at some real cheap cozy looking new ones. Only thing I'm unsure about is they also have a "condo fee" attached.



Also, look into reserve fund and that if that townhouse complex has apartments units attached.

Lighthouse Landing in Conventry and that tiny townhouse complex across from NW T&T both had major problem with the apartment complexes and the repair cost is being distributed to townhouse owners.

Some directors of condo board at Lighthouse was getting threats as townhouse owners were guaranteed that the apartments and townhouses operates separately.

As long as townhouse are just townhouse, damages are limited. Attached to anything with multistories, sky is the limit.

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