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What Is the Difference Between a Condo and a Townhouse?

June 17, 2018

Be wary of what you find on Google and depend on your Active Adults Realty agent to teach you the real definition of a Condo.

Today’s Ask the Broker question is, “What’s the difference between a condo and a townhouse?”

This question comes in many different forms but it usually starts with, “I am interested in looking at condominiums in Delaware”. When I ask, “What style condo?” I may get a blank stare – the look on their face is like a huge question mark! Or they might say “I don’t want a condo, I want a detached single-family home,” and I explain “some single-family homes are also part of a condominium”. Now, they are really confused.

Before I became a REALTOR®, I too thought a condo was an apartment style unit in a multi-floor building, just like many of you...

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