Charleston SC Area Condos

Buying a condo in Charleston is a great way to break into the market and get a place in a desirable location for less.  If you’re a busy person with little time to maintain your home yourself, a Charleston condo may be the right purchase for you. Explore our Charleston condo listings to find out if the right condo is waiting for you.

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Condos in Charleston: A Low-Maintenance Alternative

Buying a single-family home in historic downtown Charleston may be beyond your means, but buying a condo in a converted heritage building may not be – and may appreciate above and beyond its initial value because of its prime location.  There are significant advantages of owning a Charleston condo that is close to work, recreational opportunities, and/or amenities.  You can save on gas and get more exercise by walking/cycling where you need to go.

If you’re looking for a place to call home that doesn’t require much in the way of maintenance, a Charleston condo or townhouse is usually the way to go, as most complexes take care of maintenance and repair through the building fund set aside for such things.  A well-run complex will have specific monies allocated for repair/replacement of the various parts of the building and maintenance of the building and any amenities featured in the complex.

Condo amenities can range from a group meeting room or clubhouse to tennis courts, swimming pools and fitness facilities.  Well-maintained facilities can save you hundreds of dollars a year in gym and pool membership fees.  There are also advantages to having them right outside your door, eliminating the time you would spend in commuting.

Buying a Charleston condo isn’t the same as buying a Charleston single-family home.  A condo is shared ownership among the people investing in the complex.  You should carefully inspect the complex’s CC&Rs (covenants, conditions and restrictions) to make sure that you can abide by the rules.  A thorough inspection of the building and your prospective home is another important step.  Ask to see the budget for the complex and sit in on a meeting or two of the condo board.  Chat up some of the residents and ask their opinion about living there.

 

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