Condos in Caribou Marsh, Nova Scotia
Breakdown by postal code areas in Caribou Marsh:
|B1M|| 1,330|| 479|
Other cities in the area: Mira Road, Scotchtown, River Ryan, New Victoria, Frenchvale, Upper North Sydney, Edwardsville, Point Edward
Nova Scotia provides opportunities for everyone - no matter what stage of life you are in. It's a province with awesome
scenery and exciting outdoor activities, a high quality education system, and an excellent business climate providing opportunities for investment and growth. No
part of the province is untouched by this growth and prosperity, and Caribou Marsh is just one of the regions that may
provide great opportunity for you and your family.
Caribou Marsh shares in the province's skilled workforce, quality education and excellent health care facilities, as well as a diverse culture and history
that attracts thousands every year.
A condo in Caribou Marsh is a multi-unit development similar to an apartment in which each unit is individually owned, while common areas, including hallways and pools, are jointly owned by all tenants in the building. Condos can be converted apartments, pre-built townhouses, or even single-family homes.
What designates a condo as such, is the joint ownership of public areas in the complex, as well as joint maintenance of public areas such as clubhouses and landscaping, and the association board that exists to enforce the CC&Rs. People living in Caribou Marsh condos pay a monthly fee to keep up the publicly owned areas in addition to their mortgage payment, and this fee varies depending on the amenities provided.
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