You can find all the St George condos for sale here- notice how the Quick Search form above has only the Condo box checked. Please note that inside our MLS system, that condo/townhomes are lumped together- meaning when you are searching the Condo category it also includes all the Townhomes. Also, townhomes or townhouses are one in the same thing.
Our condo/townhouses are typically found mingling with our many golf courses or found in their own developments as well. Typically, they will all have HOA dues- some amenities or things that those HOA dues include. Our supply of condo/townhomes for sale are sometimes just as plentiful or more plentiful than our single family homes are, when searching under $200,000. As such, many more opportunities become available, when you expand lower price limit single family searches to include Condo/Townhouses.
While it is certainly not always the case, there will be less younger folk found in many of our condo/townhouses as yard care tends to be more the priority of handing that over to the HOA when one advances in years. This could be said of many of the St George condo/townhomes as well. Although this is certainly not the case with all of them as there are still many developments that will actually contain a higher number of younger families as opposed to older folk. With that said, these two different type of communities among condo/townhomes do exist, ones with younger folk and ones with older folk. And then there is most of our retirement communities existing in the condo/townhome category with much fewer, maybe only singular retirement communities that are single family dwellings.
Most of our condo/townhouses, range from $90,000 on up to $250,000 with a few on up to $400,000. Many comment that our condo/townhome HOA dues are not that exorbitant, with most ranging from $125-$185 a month. Each fluctuation, up or down, typically corresponds to the types of things that they cover. Most people who come here, feel that the HOA dues are relatively low compared to other places in the nation.
Most people buy a condo/townhouse precisely because landscape-maintenance is taken care of and it allows them to leave their place much of the year without concerns. In some places the back lawn is covered, but most do not cover the back, even though they might offer with an extra fee to do the back lawn. The back yard not being included, does not typically become an issue for those that have no grass back there.
Most often the difference between a condo and townhome here in St George can be hard to discern. A condo can be part of an apartment or high rise, like the picture on the left. It can also be a a cul-de-sac of cottages or anything in between. A condo is typically where you own the space with inside the walls only and typically will come with more shared ammenities or things the HOA covers.
A townhome or townhouse will often act as a singular stand alone unit vertically, but often may share a wall and can often be two levels. With a townhome you may often own the exterior of the building including the roof, lawn and driveway, but not communal areas.