I’ve recently been working with a few clients who want to purchase condos and then rent them out as a part of their real estate investment. It’s a great way to generate wealth but condos are not exactly like houses. If you want to pursue this route, there are a few key differences between the two you’ll need to know.
You can listen to my full explanation in the video above or skip to each topic using the timestamps provided:
0:00 — Introduction
0:34 — Condos are governed by more rules
0:49 — Many condo associations have rental restrictions
1:35 — Renting out your condo can drive down your property’s sales price
1:50 — The condo association typically takes care of the maintenance of the condo building
2:31 — There is typically a monthly condo fee you’ll have to pay
2:56 — What you own when you buy a condo
3:42 — Learn the scope of your ownership and responsibilities
3:57 — A Wisconsin law when buying a condo
5:52 — Wrapping up
If you need more details about this topic or have any real estate concerns, don’t hesitate to call or email me. I’ll be happy to help!