By now, most people know the basics about condominium buildings.
The top-tier, multi-family units are made of a concrete core with steel reinforcement that is used to support the weight of the building.
The middle- and lower-level units, on the other hand, are built of a similar material with a thin layer of wood that is then coated with plastic and then bolted to the top.
The bottom-level, or single-family, units are usually made of brick.
There are exceptions, but the bulk of condominium construction is made up of single- and two-family homes.
And there’s a lot of variation in the construction techniques used in each type of cond, with the most common type being a single-story, two-story structure with a number of levels.
The question of which type of building to buy is complicated, and one can easily end up spending months researching and researching about each and every condominium.
This article explores the pros and cons of the two most common types of condopresidence.