Condos in Lower West Pubnico, Nova Scotia
Breakdown by postal code areas in Lower West Pubnico:
|B0W|| 33,858|| 15,934|
Other cities in the area: Clarks Harbour, Barrington Passage, Lower Wedgeport, North East Point, Barrington, Arcadia, Lower Woods Harbour, West Pubnico
A condo in Lower West Pubnico 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 Lower West Pubnico 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.
Lower West Pubnico, like many communities in the province of Nova Scotia, enjoys a thriving economy and a good standard of living. If you are considering buying or selling
a property in Lower West Pubnico, check with local real estate professionals for current market information and trends. Doing
some careful research can benefit you in the long run, either by saving you money or possibly increasing the value of your property.
A local real estate agent can also assist you with finding just the right style of home to meet your needs, and the province as a whole offers many options, from the
more affordable detached bungalow to a condominium unit. You may find just what you are looking for in Lower West Pubnico.
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