Choosing Between a Co-op and a Condo

Most people looking to buy an apartment in New York City know the basic trade-offs between a

co-op and a condominium: the approval process and building rules are usually stricter with a coop,

but co-ops make up a much bigger percentage of the city’s housing stock, and they tend to be

less expensive than condos.  But once you dig into these differences, the comparison gets more complex.

Read the New York Times article entitled, Choosing Between a Co-op and a Condo to learn more.

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