콘도와 코압을 혼동하는 이유
콘도와 코압을 혼동하는 이유
콘도와 코압은 가장 중요한 소유권을 비롯하여 많은 부분에서 차이가 많지만 사람들은 많이 혼동합니다. 이유는 원래 유럽에서 개인 주택이 아닌 아파트 스타일 건물들을 보통 콘도라고 불렀기 때문인가 같습니다. 같은 빌딩이지만 매달 렌트비를 내면 아파트, 유닛 마다 주인이 있고 공동 사용구역에 한해 돈을내는 스타일을 콘도라고 생각 하는 분도 많고 여기에 개인 주택이 아닌 다세대 주택, 타운 하우스를 콘도로 알고 계신 분도 많습니다. 부동산 전문가들이 보는 웹사이트에서는 콘도와 다세대 주택, 타운하우스는 따로 구분합니다. 그런데 종종 콘도 속에 한 종류로 코압을 분류하는 경우가 많아서 조심하여야 합니다.
Why are condos and co-ops confused?
There are many differences between condos and co-ops, including most importantly ownership, but people confuse them a lot. The reason seems to be that originally in Europe, apartment-style buildings, not private homes, were usually called condos. People think it's the same kind of building, but if you pay monthly rent, it's an apartment. On the other hand, people think of a condo as a style where each unit has an owner and pays only for shared areas. Also, many people know multi-family housing and townhouses as condominiums. Websites viewed by real estate experts differentiate between condos, multi-family homes, and townhouses. However, there are often cases where co-op is classified as one type in a condo, so you need to be careful.
It is desirable to judge condos by ownership rather than building style. Condos have the same rights as individual homeowners. However, HOA, or common area management fee, is paid separately. Those wishing to move in, such as co-ops, must obtain the consent of the board of directors. However, it is not as demanding as co-op and the deliberation period is short.
When people living abroad invest in real estate in the United States, condos are naturally better than co-ops, and I especially recommend condos in places like Manhattan, New York, where general housing is rare. However, the closing ratio is higher than the co-ap.
Most of the new skyscrapers built in New York these days are condominiums, except for business buildings.