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Winnipeg Condo Buyers, Sellers & Owners

Buying a Condo - Selling a Condo - Winnipeg Condo Tips & InformationTips, Advice and News for Condo buyers, sellers and owners in Winnipeg.Whether you are looking to buy a condo, sell your condo or just want to keep up with condo rule and law changes, this is a great place to get the info you need.Articles for first time home buyers, buyers looking to downsize to a condo, or owners looking to sell their condo units. 

Step-By-Step Guide To Buying A Condo In Winnipeg

Step-By-Step Guide To Buying A Condo In Winnipeg. Buying a condo could be the right move for the right home buyer. Owning a condo is more about life-style. If you're someone who likes to travel, doesn't like yard work, but still wants many of the benefits of home ownership, condos might be right for you. Here is a...

Condo Fees vs. House Expenses – Putting Fees Into Perspective

Thinking of buying a condo in Winnipeg? Condo fees get a bad rap. We need to realize that some of the items which are included in a condo fee would cost more money in a stand alone house.

Ashdown Warehouse Condos – 167 Bannatyne Ave – Winnipeg Condo Community

Ashdown Warehouse Condominiums were built in Winnipeg bet. 1895 and 1911. 106 Condos, exposed brick, loft-style, high ceilings, 900-1700 sq ft.

Copperstone Estates – Island Shore Blvd – Winnipeg Condo Community

Spotlight on: Copperstone Estates Located in popular Island Lakes in the south end of Winnipeg, Copperstone Estates Condos offer the best of condo-living.  Semi-attached homes...

Sky 1 Waterfront Condos in the Exchange District – Winnipeg Condo...

Spotlight on: Sky I Waterfront Condos Located along scenic Waterfront Dr. in Winnipeg, we find the Sky I Waterfront condos.  This modern, all concrete building...

Quiz: Is a Condo the right option for you – Condo...

Condo life is not for everyone. But for the right person, it may offer a perfect solution. Are you suited to living in a condo? Take the quiz and find out.

Buying An Investment Condo: The 4 Top Things You Need To...

When buying a condo, whether for investment purpose or to be your own home, there are a few things to look for. To make re-sale easier, look for condos that include a parking spot, insuite laundry, a balcony or patio, and a good location. Too many old style apartment blocks have been converted into condos and do not offer any (or many) of these features, and owners may find reselling them in a few years to be a tough nut to crack.

Featured Condo: Chimney Ridge Condos on Pembina Hwy. Winnipeg

Chimney Ridge Condos on south Pembina Hwy. are townhouse style condos which offer a great alternative to renting. Reasonable condo fees, central a/c and furnace, and around 1100 sq ft.

6 reasons to buy a condo in downtown Winnipeg

6 reasons to buy a Condo in downtown Winnipeg Downtown Winnipeg might not be the first place you think of when  you are considering buying a condominium but...

Selling Your Winnipeg Property: 10 Powerful Steps To Guarantee Success

Thinking of selling your Winnipeg property?  Whether it is a house, or a condo, in Winnipeg or just about any other real estate market,...

Warning: Don’t buy a condo before you read this article

Do not buy a condo until you've read this article. Here is a compilation of articles about condo-living, and things to know before you buy.

Will I need home insurance for my high-rise condominium?

Condo buyers have questions: will they need to buy home insurance if they buy a high-rise apartment style condo?

Do I Need Home Insurance For My Apartment Condo Unit?

Condo buyers have a very common question: "When I own a condo unit in a high-rise building, and my condo fees include "Insurance", will I still have to get more insurance coverage for my condo?

Buying A Condo: 4 Financial Benefits You Can Not Ignore

Buying a condo in Winnipeg does have some financial benefits. Here is a list of four factors you might consider when looking at investing in real estate.

Who pays condo fees when possession is in the middle of...

If a buyer takes possession mid-month, who will pay the condo fees for that month? The seller or the buyer?

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