Tuesday, April 19

Condo conversions transform market

This looks cool - at first I was a little bit puzzled by all the projects I had heard of to convert apartments into condominiums, but the fact that these conversions are providing less costly roads to home ownership is quite a benefit, especially here in San Diego.

That doesn't mean I'll want one, though... my wife and I will still be holding out for a detached residence (that is, whenever we decide we're done being renters). Apparently our apartment complex has applied with the city to see if it can get permission to convert to condos, so we might not have too long to wait until we have to become homeowners.

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