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Many people think condominiums and co-ops are the same thing, City dwellers -- where these options are more common, know better. The real difference between the two is in what you actually own once you fork over your money. Because of that difference, each option requires a different kind of loan, one easier to get than the other.Keep Reading
If you live in New York City, chances are you’ve at least thought about living in a co-op. So you know thinking about applying to the board makes some people break out in a cold sweat. We don’t blame them. There’s a lot to do and it’s not easy. A good real estate agent with co-op experience can help you out. But before you even get started, there’s a couple things you should do.
Catch 22: Sure you own the place. Or do you? Because you aren't allowed to live there.