Q Question: Does the purchase procedure change for a “condominio” property?

 

A Answer: Usually, it does not.  As general rule, if you buy an unit in a building or developments where the residents share the use of certain common areas and facilities, e.g., swimming pool, elevators, gym, parking area, main entrance gate, you want to make sure to be aware of rights and obbligations that will pass on you with respect to said items.

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