It is often a surprise to many buyers of the different aspects of condominium ownership or lease in the case of Banff. These aspect will affect a buyer from the time they purchase until they sell. Due to Banff being within the National Park boundary, there are certain restrictions to who can own and reside property in Banff, please click here for more details
Aside from the Need to Reside clause, buying a condominium property in Alberta (whether it be a conventional apartment-style unit or a bareland townhouse-style property) there are also a number of things that a purchaser should understand about how a condominium association works, the different terminology involved, and what you can expect to receive from a Seller when you have conditionally purchased a condominium property for sale.
With this in mind, Service Alberta published a handy Consumer Tips guide in 2016 for those wanting to learn more about condominium associations, as well as other sources where one could go to look for more information. If you do have certain questions about a condominium property that you have seen here in Canmore, please be sure to contact us as well, as we may be able to help!
Please visit our Buyer’s Guide for more more details about the overall buying process
If you’re ready to begin your search for Banff condos for sale, please make sure to complete the Buyer Profile Form below, and we will be happy to get you started!
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