Looking to downsize? Or perhaps break into the home ownership market by purchasing something relatively inexpensive?
Condominiums and townhouses can be good places to simplify your life or get started in the market.
Keep in mind the difference between the two types of housing. In a townhouse, you own the dwelling and the land beneath it. In a condo, you own the interior walls and the airspace between them.
With that in mind, we'd thought we'd try to find the least expensive type of these residential units in the area.
In Alameda, this condo with one bedroom and one bath is listed at $210,000. The residence, built in 1970, is 701 square feet.
Do you know of other condos or townhouses in your neighborhood that are for sale? Let us know in the comments section.
This information was provided by Corey Weinstein, Broker Associate, Red Oak Realty, 510-708-0789 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Featured properties may be listed by a variety of local firms--agent does not represent this property.