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All the townhouses for sale in London Ontario

Townhouses London Ontario and Town Homes London Ontario

Townhouses, townhomes, freehold or vacant land condos, condominium residences, are they not all the same? There seems to be some confusion about the differences. For clarity, in the London, Ontario and area, Realtors, builders and lawyers generally define them as the following:

  • Townhouse Condo: Can be attached or detached, single floor or a two or three-storey
Townhouses London Ontario
  • Town Home Condo: Usually detached, more upscale and freehold or a vacant land condo.
Town Homes London Ontario
  • Free Hold or Vacant Land Condo: Detached, you own the land and are responsible for your roof, windows, doors, and you pay a nominal fee to the condo corporation for road maintenance and common grounds.
Detached Town Home London Ontario

Take note that your lawyer and the condo corporation’s status certificate and the property you are buying or selling is defined quite clearly in all documents, and ownership is defined.

Before Buying a London Ontario Townhouse or Townhome:

 Buying a condominium in London, Ontario is far different than buying a single-family home, though similar, you will want to know:

  • the condominium regulations?
  • The by-laws?
  • Who are the board of directors?
  • What do the condo fees include?
  • Financial stability of the condo corporation?
  • What date was the last onsite engineering study done?
  • Parking?
  • Twenty-six other questions you may want to be answered.

Your lawyer has to be more thorough and do more work, your mortgage lender has more preparation, and your Realtor should have an in-depth knowledge of condominiums, fees, by-laws, rules and regulations.  You will also want to know the long-term financial responsibilities you may be responsible for when there is a purchase or sale of a condominium.

It can be an expensive process for many buyers than it need be if they make some of the many common mistakes that trap them into either paying too much, losing their dream condo to another buyer, or worse, buying the wrong one!

A systemized approach to the buying process can help you steer clear of these common traps, allowing you to not only save money and time but ensure your purchase is prudent.

We are known as condo professionals for a reason!

Being in a seller’s market, this may be one of the best periods to sell your townhouse or townhome as we see record sale prices. Here are a few Condo sellers’ acceptable practices.

The demand for quality townhomes is strong, and with more buyers than sellers, prices are rising, and most good properties, if priced correctly, are getting multiple offers.

The keywords ‘priced properly’ are paramount to ensure a smooth and quick sale and, of course, the marketing of your home.

Just putting a sign on the property and putting it on MLS is not enough to attract that discriminate and capable buyer for your unit. You can have the brightest billboard in the world, but stuck out in the desert where nobody can see it, what good is it?

Condominium Living Explained

More and more Londoners are choosing to live in condominiums.  Be they apartment-style, a townhouse or a townhome. Empty-nesters,  singles, couples and families enjoy the freedom from routine maintenance like grass cutting, raking leaves, shovelling snow, in most cases, replacing roof shingles, windows or doors.

definition of condo corporations

Owning a condominium in London, Ontario includes sharing common areas with other residents and following by-laws and rules set by the condo corporation. It’s essential to understand how a condominium corporation is established and operates, so you know what to expect from condominium living.

Learn:

Condominium Types

Ownership Rights & Responsibilities

Buying, Renting or Selling

Condominium Management

Common Expense Fee

Governance

Bylaws, Rules and Policies

Meetings and Voting

Below are links to some townhouse condominium residences (townhomes, attached and detached, one floor, two storeys) in London, Ontario, including price history and some tidbits for prudent buyers and sellers! There are 507 and counting condominium corporations in London!

Please Note That We Are Not Property Managers Nor Do We Represent The Condo Corporation Of Any Of These Condominiums, We Are Realtors Who Help Buyers & Sellers.

   Central

101 Brookside Street London Ontario
810 Maitland ,one of the units
624 William St London Ontario

North 

340 Ambleside Drive London Ontario
410 Ambleside Drive London Ontario
43 Capulet Walk London Ontario
770 Fanshawe Park Road E London Ontario
45 Gatewood Place London Ontario
Townhouse Condos 601 Grenfell Drive London Ontario
50 Northumberland London Ontario Townhomes
1548 Richmond Street

Please Note That We Are Not Property Managers Nor Do We Represent The Condo Corporation Of Any Of These Condominiums, We Are Realtors Who Help Buyers & Sellers.

1570 Richmond Street London Ontario
181 Skyline walkways
572 Thistlewood Drive London Ontario 1
620 Thistlewood Drive London Ontario

South

1100 Byron Baseline Road W London Ontario

 

665 Commissioners Road London Ontario One Floor Condo
680 Commissioners Road W London Ontario
681 Commissioners Road W London Ontario Townhomes
1443 Commissioners Road West
1465 Commissioners Road West London Ontario
2025 Meadowgate Blvd London Ontario
700 Osgoode Drive London Ontario
93 Pine Valley London Ontario
163 Pine Valley Gate London Ontario
211 Pine Valley Drive London Ontario

Please Note That We Are Not Property Managers Nor Do We Represent The Condo Corporation Of Any Of These Condominiums, We Are Realtors Who Help Buyers & Sellers.

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