The Pug Father
Condos are great if you don't want the maintenance hassles of a single family home. They can also be a more affordable option.
But condo life isn't part of most people's long-term home ownership plans. The National Association of Homebuilders says that more than half of condo owners move within six years of purchase.
If you're shopping for a condo, you'd be wise to think about its resale potential before you buy. Do you know which floors, bedroom counts and layouts are the most desirable? Which amenities buyers care about most? Which locations within the condo building your should avoid? My new Interest.com article, Don't get stuck with a tough-to-sell condo, has answers to these questions and more tips for making the best condo-buying decision.