Are you searching for a new home? You should consider a townhouse. Allow me to clarify and state that a townhouse is not a condo. Conversely, a condo is not a townhouse. While there are stark similarities, it is the differences that make townhomes a great choice for the first time homebuyer.
While both a townhouse and a condo may be styled as an apartment, with both sharing walls with another dwelling, townhouse owners not only own the airspace inside their dwelling, they also happen to own the little plot of land the home sits on.
Aside from a townhouse’s relative low price compared to a traditional single-family dwelling, you get all of the benefits of community living. Most townhouse developments feature pools, gyms, pet parks, recreation rooms and more for homeowners to enjoy. So not only are you going to have all of these great extras, you’re not going to have to deal with the high costs that come with maintaining a single-family property.
Owning a townhouse really is the best of both worlds scenario, in which you get the low price of a condo with the freedom of a single-family home.
Contact the Gore Group Realty team today to assist you with your Henderson real estate needs.