In the late 1980s, when real estate agents first began to advertise the condo market, many buyers were shocked to find that their apartment was not the same as the one they’d bought.
In fact, some found themselves with apartments that they couldn’t afford to buy.
A typical listing of a modern condo, on the other hand, was a condo with a new name.
It would have an attractive price tag and no hidden defects.
In the 1990s, as condos and townhomes became popular, many of them were renamed.
In other words, the same name was often used for several different apartments.
This changed in 2016 when developers began to rebrand buildings.
While many condos are now called the same building, some buildings have changed their names in the past year.
What can you do to determine if you’re getting the right apartment?
Some of the most common questions we get about a new condo are: Do you need an elevator?