Low-rise developments: Condominium or Freehold?

September 23, 2014

Condominiums remain industry standard for mid-rise and high-rise developments: but for low-rise developments (e.g. townhouses, low-rise villas, low-rise apartments), there is a greater mixture between freehold and condominium ownership structures.

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Low-rise developments: Condominium or Freehold?

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