Townhome Living, a Nice Alternative
Get to know your neighbors, enjoy your community, let someone else mow the lawn--there are lots of reasons to consider moving to a townhome.
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#1 May 20, 2011
You should warn potential buyers about the CC&Rs, Homeowners Association, rules and extra monthly fees
#2 May 20, 2011
no thanks, I like my single family, detached home.
#3 May 20, 2011
Not to mention the bizarre parking restrictions. I have neighbors who park in spaces marked "Guest" 24/7 but when my niece arrived at 1:20 AM from Seattle, she got a warning for parking in a guest spot within 20 minutes. Hm....who is getting bribed?
#4 May 20, 2011
Alternative to what? Being an Urban Camper/Vagrant?
I'd rather park a motorhome in the parking lot of the local Walmart than live in a 'townhome.'
Just like the cop cars are rebadged and called 'Town Cars,' an apartment with a fancy name is still an apartment.
I love hearing when my neighbor has been to Taco Bell, or one of his kids has Mrs. Hubbs over for tutoring in biology.
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