Townhomes, Condos and Co-ops

In addition to a single-family home, there are other great home options, such as a townhome, a condo and a co-op. Part of the RJRE consultation process is discussing the pros and cons of such a purchase.

When buying a townhome, condo or co-op, there is more to consider that when buying a typical house. Not only do you need to find the right size, the right floorplan, and the right neighborhood, but you also need to find the right condo or townhome association, the right parking situation, and the right rules and regulations, along with a number of other things such as a place with the right insulation and construction to keep neighbor noise to a minimum. 

Here are just some of the things Russell Jones helps their buyers identify when they are in the market for a condo or a townhome:

Homeowner Association

rules and regulations, reserves, upcoming assessments, meetings, the Board, delinquencies

Monthly Fees

Stairs or Elevator

Common Spaces Vs. Private Spaces




Rental Cap

Building Age




gym, rec room, playground, pool, or community room



Property Taxes