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The search is on for Boise ID townhomes, and with Hughes Group's innovative search technology, you'll be closer to finding the townhome you've been dreaming about.
If you're interested in a Boise ID townhome, don't hesitate to contact a Hughes Group team member, at 208.571.7145.
Boise ID Townhomes
Hughes Group is Boise's leading real estate retailer and is the ticket to finding your ideal townhome. While single-family homes in Boise have their own advantages, if you're in the Boise market for a townhome you likely aren't looking for the responsibilities that come with individual homes.
A Boise Id townhome is typically a slender style home in a group of units, attached in a long row. With a townhome, you share walls with your neighbors, so it's important to embrace the closeness of other people!
In many cases, Boise ID townhomes can be purchased as condos. In these circumstances, you own the title to the land and the house and therefore are responsible for property taxes. Often in townhomes, the homeowner's association is responsible for maintaining the outside of the property. If new paint is needed or the roof needs replaced, you won't have to front the costs. It's important to work with an agent if you're interested in purchasing a Boise Id townhome to get more information about which responsibilities are included, depending on the townhome you're interested in.
Your townhome purchase may be sold as a condominium, which means you'll own the space within the walls and the interior structure, but you won't carry the responsibility of the exterior. These types of homes are ideal if you're looking for something that requires less work and maintenance than a single family home.
Many people confuse the terms townhomes and condominiums. While they share many similarities, they have distinct differences. With a townhome, you do own the space within the walls as well as the front and back yard. With a condominium, you do not own the land surrounded by your space. Condominiums are constructed more like apartments and may be stacked one on top of the other, and you may share common hallways, driveways, and elevators.
The Hughes Real Estate Group represents buyers and sells property throughout the Treasure Valley. Have questions? Contact us at 208-571-7145.