Knoxville Condos For Sale
When looking for a condominium in Knoxville, Tennessee the realtor you want is Judi Starliper. Judi specializes in Knoxville Tennessee real estate and finding condo with the right features to fit your needs. Whether you are looking to downsize to a smaller condo or wanting to leave behind the yard work and move into a condominium community, the real estate professional to seek is Judi Starliper.
Condominiums are hot property right now. While you'll find plenty of homeowners who "pooh-pooh" the idea of semi-communal living with strangers in a high-rise, just as many proponents of condo living are flocking to the newest and most exclusive properties to sign up before the construction dust even settles.
While a luxury high-rise might be a stretch for many of us, condos of all other sizes and prices are an attractive option for professional singles, couples and even families. The number of families who have attained the American dream of single-family homeownership is higher than ever, but it's still a stretch for some of us. Condominiums are an excellent middle-of-the-road form of housing. A condo represents that you've graduated from the joys of apartment life (often associated with just-graduated twentysomethings, although apartments -- particularly luxury apartments -- are attracting residents of all ages for the convenience and amenities they provide, and they remain probably the best option for professionals who find themselves transferred on a fairly frequent basis). A condo represents, whether erroneously or not, that you've grown up and decided to settle down with your transition from the renters' the buyers' market. But a single-family home is either a bit much for your budget or your time; after all, a house requires maintenance inside and out. In short, a house requires time, and few of us have that these days.
An individual condo owner holds title to the condominium unit only, not the land beneath the unit, so condos can be stacked on top of each other.
All condo owners share title to common areas. Common areas include land, the exterior of buildings, hallways, roofs, swimming pools -- any area used by multiple owners.
Condominium owners pay property taxes on their individual units.
A property owners' association usually manages the complex and collects fees from all condo owners in order to maintain common areas.