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If a Brooklyn condo lifestyle sounds interesting to you, here are a few things to consider about living in this type of residence:
When you purchase a Brooklyn condo, you own the space within your condo’s walls. The actual walls are co-owned with your neighbor, as well as the common areas like the hallways; building exterior; yard and amenities such as the pool, gym, and walking trails.
Each condo has Association fees that are in addition to the mortgage. These fees are used for maintenance and repairs of the common areas. The Association fees also pay for the landscaping and, usually, trash removal.
Associations also have rules. They have regulations about what you can do with your property, including what kind of pets, if any, are allowed. Most Associations don’t allow making changes to the exterior of the property. You can paint the walls inside your condominium, but can’t paint the outside.
So you’ve found the condominium that works for you. The next thing to consider is what kind of neighbors you’ll have. Disruptive and noisy neighbors can ruin even the perfect condominium. A good thing to do is stop by the condo at different times on different days, so you can get an accurate impression of what living there is really like. Think about looking at the Association’s board meeting minute. They’ll list what complaints the other owners have, and by looking at those you can get the big picture of life there.
Don’t let Association fees and close neighbors scare you away from condominium life. While purchasing a Brooklyn condo is not simpler than buying a single-family home, living in one may be.
Santa will visit the Marine Park Salt Marsh Nature center, on Saturday December 5th, starting at 11am continued until 2pm . The event is sponsored by Marine Park Civic Association. Take a picture with Santa and children will receive a gift. This is an annual event and always a great success we look forward to seeing you there.
Marine park community center is hoping to be ready for spring 2010. NYC’S Parks Department first totally green building is the Carmine Carro Community Center.Carmine Carro was the MPCA president and a champion for the Marine Park community. With the help of our elected officials,Lou Fidler,Marty Golden and Alen Meizel as well as Mayor Bloomberg Carmine’s dream of a senior center for Marine Park is going to become a reality spring 2010.If you visit the park the center is located in the middle of the park. along with the construction funds have been provided to improve the walk ways and bicycle path ,we look forward to the event of the spring 2010.