I’m not sure if this is a good idea or a bad one.
I think you can get away with it if you’re going to live in a condo, if you can find a really nice condo, but the real trick is to find a good deal for your price range.
I’ve been working on a new project that I’d like to share with you, but I don’t want to reveal too much right now.
You’ll get an idea of how I’m working on it after I’ve had some time to work on it, and then it’ll be up to you to decide.
But I wanted to get you started on your next condo deal, because I’m always trying to find ways to cut down on my mortgage.
I want to start by giving you some advice, because it’s really important to understand the type of condo you’re looking at, and what you’re getting in return.
Here are a few things to consider when deciding on a condo:How much do you want to pay?
You want to make sure that you’re not getting the kind of deal that you’ve been paying for, and that you can justify your decision to live here.
The higher the price tag, the better the deal.
If you’re in a $250,000-$300,000 price range, the deal you get may not be good enough to justify living in.
What kind of living space are you looking for?
Are you looking to live on your own, or share a shared living space?
If you’re a millennial, then I’d recommend finding a shared condo or apartment building that’s a good size.
This way, you can share your space and get some additional perks, like WiFi, TV, and a laundry room.
If you want more than one apartment, I’d suggest going for a condo or rental building that is close to where you work or school.
If there’s a lot of apartments in a small area, then you might want to look into a smaller building.
For example, if your main goal is to live somewhere where you can eat at a restaurant, then a condo may be the way to go.
But if you want something more comfortable and communal, I wouldn’t recommend going with a shared apartment building.
If this condo is right for you, and you’re interested in seeing more condos, check out my condo rankings.
The best deals come from people who live in condos that are near where they work or where they go to school, so if you live near an urban area or have a lot to do in your town, it might make sense to look at other types of condos as well.
Have you found a great deal?
Do you have a better deal in mind?
I’d love to hear your feedback.
I’d also love to share some of my own condo deals.