If you are looking for a condo in the Sunshine State, it’s time to get your facts straight.
For starters, there are more condo units per capita than anywhere else in the country.
There are roughly 11,000 condominium units in Florida, with more than 8,000 condos on the market in the first quarter of 2018.
But there are a lot of misconceptions surrounding the size of condos in Florida.
Here are some of the biggest myths about condominium size and density in Florida:Myth #1: Condos are too small for large families and small families can’t afford them.
According to a 2017 report from RealtyTrac, condos are typically smaller than 1,200 square feet for a single family home in Florida and typically between 1,400 and 1,500 square feet per family.
It’s a little more expensive in smaller condo buildings, though, because of the higher fees to purchase and maintain the unit.
The real estate market in Florida is also still in its infancy, with many condos being built in the late ’90s and early 2000s.
The condos in question can be built at a cost of $300,000 to $500,000 and sell for between $1 million and $2 million.
For comparison, there is a one-bedroom condo on the Florida Keys called The Pinnacle for $1.6 million.
But if you want to buy a condo today, the prices are usually much higher than that.
Myth #2: Condo sales are up but condos are down.
Condos have been on a slow decline in recent years, according to RealtyTrak.
However, condos have been slowly recovering from their high highs in the ’90.
That’s because of many factors, such as the recession, the decline in the cost of real estate and the economic downturn.
The last three months of 2017 saw a 12% jump in condo sales, up from 9.4% in 2016.
The condo boom in 2017 helped boost sales, but the market is still very much in its early stages.
In 2017, only 17% of Florida condo sales were for single family homes, according a recent report from the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity.
For condos, the number was 16%.
The market has continued to recover since then, with a 5% increase in the number of condos sold during the first half of 2018 compared to the same period last year.
That said, condo sales are still down, but it’s been an improvement.
The biggest reasons for the condo boom are rising housing costs, and the rise in the value of real-estate assets.
The state’s condo-buyer tax credit is one of the largest tax credits in the nation, and it’s helping condo owners buy their units and pay the taxes on them.
But condo owners are still paying a huge portion of the taxes, with condo prices now averaging $2,744 per square foot in Florida compared to $1,939 in 2016, according the Florida Condominium Association.
The tax credit has also helped the industry recover from the recession and has helped to spur new condo construction, which has been growing by about 10% per year.
Myth#3: Condoms don’t fit in a garage.
While many condos are equipped with garage doors, the majority of condos are not.
Condo builders can often build condos with different styles and sizes, but they are all the same size and therefore cannot fit into a garage, according RealtyTrends.
A lot of condominium builders have taken to modifying their units to allow for garage doors to be installed in certain areas.
While this has helped the condos to sell faster than they would otherwise, condos do not have the same level of amenity that larger homes do.
In the case of a condominium, the amenity level typically includes a swimming pool, a deck, a fire pit, a dog house, an outdoor patio, and more.
If you want a condo that has all the amenities of a home, it will need to be in a larger home.
The second biggest misconception is that condos do too much of their living in a single unit.
Condoms are built in a variety of configurations, with some being built up to 12 stories tall.
Many condos are built with multiple floors.
For example, the Florida condo market has seen some large-scale development in recent times.
For instance, a $500 million project is being built on the South Coast, where condos are going to be built up as high as 13 stories tall, which would be the largest condo in America.
While many condos can fit into the garage of a garage door, most are not, according Toe-Up America.
There is no rule that condominium owners must live in a one bedroom condo.
They can also buy a single-family home with multiple apartments and share that with their children.
For condos that are built to be spread out, such a high-rise is a no-go