Differences in Maisons, Condos, and Bungalows

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Properties vary as much as what people are looking for when they look to buy. Maisons and bungalows tend to be geared more to single-family residences, while condos provide multi-family living, allowing for some amenities that one might not receive in a single-family dwelling.

Condos can be low-rise, mid-rise, or high-rise, varying in size and design. They often allow for more amenities such as a work out facility and other shared spaces that are covered by home owner's association fees. These are collected by the owners, often varying due to the size of the condo, and help with the upkeep of common areas.

Bungalow styled homes are one and a half stories in their design, usually allowing for the main living space to be downstairs and the half story above to be either storage or extra rooms. It is designed for people that prefer to live on the main floor, making it ideal for elder residents and those with disabilities that keep them from climbing stairs.

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POSTED November 06 2013 11:57 AM

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