How to spot a condo owner
If you’re looking to buy or rent a new or renovated condo, the first step is to find out whether you can afford it.
That’s because there are many factors that go into determining the value of a property.
If you want to buy a property, you need to understand the building’s construction history, including the history of the owners.
If there are any changes or repairs, it may be worth checking to see if there’s any risk of damage.
If the house is occupied, you also need to determine whether there’s a need for a rental unit.
If your landlord wants to make a change to the building, they can do that.
There are also some conditions that need to be met to rent a unit, including an agreement with the building owner to allow the building to be occupied.
In a new building, there may be no rental agreement or a rental agreement with a builder or a builder’s agent.
To make sure you can rent a condo, you should also ask your property manager, which can determine whether the building is available for rental or for sale.
If it’s not available, ask for the condo to be put up for sale or to rent.
If that doesn’t work, it’s possible that the condo is owned by someone else, such as a broker or agent.