Condominium vs Townhouse

What is the difference between a condominium and a townhouse?

A condominium (condo), is a single-residential unit that’s housed within a larger building. Condo layouts vary by building, but most buildings have several units per floor, so you may have other units above, below, or next to you. In the case of River Grove Condominiums we have 10 buildings with 8 units in each building, 4 on the first floor and 4 on the second floor.

A townhouse is a cross between a single-family home and a condo. They’re typically two or three stories tall and share walls with the next-door properties, but they don’t have any units above or below them.

One of the main differences between a condo and a townhouse is what maintenance owners are responsible for. When you own a condo, you’re only responsible for the maintenance of the inside of your individual unit, and you pay homeowners’ association dues to cover the maintenance of the building’s exterior, amenities, and common property.

With a townhome you’d be responsible for maintaining your home, as well as the front, back and side yards.

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Tucson, AZ 85719

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