4 Indoor Plants for Condo Owners

If you live in a condo, you might be dismayed by the fact that you can’t keep as many flowers and plants as a homeowner.  However, despite your limitations, you can still garden in a condo!  Gardening on this small scale might require a balcony space that you can dedicate...

Five Tips to Keep Your Condo Fire-Safe

When you live in a condo, you have a greater level of responsibility than the typical homeowner does.  The homeowner only has to look out for herself.  However, the condo-owner isn’t just responsible for her own safety, but the safety of her neighbors. Fire safety is extremely important in a...

Dealing With Mice in a Condo

If any topic could send shudders up and down your spine, it might be the topic of mice in condos.  However, for many people, it isn’t just a creepy thought; it’s a reality.  If you’re dealing with mice in your condo, then you’re probably desperate to do whatever it takes...

Condo v. Apartment

Many people are quick to lump condos and apartments into the same categories.  After all, they both tend to offer rather compact living spaces, put neighbors in close proximity to one another, and eliminate things like yards, maintenance issues, etc. However, condos offer some pretty significant advantages that you won’t...

Affordable Condo Redecorating Tips That Make a Huge Difference

If you’re tired of living in a condo that looks exactly like it did when you first bought it, then you might be due for some light redecorating.  Don’t worry!  These tips won’t cost you much money, or even much expertise. However, a little bit of redecorating can go a...

Small Space Big Style: One Glamorous Condo

Did you think condos had to be tiny, cramped, and cookie-cutter?  If so, think again.  This article from the LA Times picked up one of the most interesting condo-related stories we’ve seen in a while.  Apparently, eight L.A. designers have infiltrated Hollywood Condos on Yucca Street to create one of...

What About Renting?

Many condominium complexes allow their owners to rent out their condominiums. This can be useful for individuals who purchase condominiums for the explicit purpose of vacation homes. Condominium complexes that allow renters can help condominium owners who are not in full-time residence make the most of their property. Keep in...

Are You Moving in With Delinquents?

Of course, assuming that everybody who lives within the boundaries of the condominium community has at least one adult per household, we are not referring to hoodlums. What we’re talking about when we say the word delinquent is if everybody in the community is paying their condominium dues on time....

Research the Beef Before Buying

If you have found the perfect condominium complex for you, you are probably thinking about signing on the dotted line right away. However, even if the amenities and the location of your condominium is perfect, there is still some research that needs to be done before you actually put out...

Ask About Condo Noise Issues Before Buying

When you first see a condo, there are so many questions and observations confronting you that it’s literally impossible to think about every single factor while you’re standing in the building.  While it’s always helpful to write down a list of questions and things to observe before you go for...