Why you may want to consider condos in your home search

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Four-story condominium building with green front lawn next to a white residential home

07/08/2014 | Author: Editorial Staff

If an abundance of options is a priority in your search for a new Texas home, consider adding condos and townhomes to your list of prospective properties. These homes come in many different forms, and greater demand for condos has led to increased inventory, which means even more options for buyers.

Check out the 2014 Texas Condominium Mid-Year Sales Report to see how condo and townhome sales have been performing this year. This 11-page PDF breaks down the sales numbers in the state's four major metros. 

And when you’re ready to buy, ask your Texas REALTOR® if a condo or townhome is right for you. 

Categories: Buyers
Tags: condo sales, statistics, research, buyers


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