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Washington DC Condos – DC Metro Area

Condos are a great housing option if you want to live a few steps from the best of Washington, D.C.’s restaurant, shopping, and nightlife. Each of the D.C. neighborhoods have their own crop of condos, mid-rise or towering sky high, that can suit a variety of lifestyles, needs, and preferences.

What makes condo living so great?

A lot of home buyers are attracted to the prospect of living in a condo for a number of reasons — reasons that just might be good enough to convince you to move to one.

1. Minimal maintenance – Unlike other home types, condos require minimal maintenance — you can easily call somebody else to do the job for you. Of course, you need to pay for the maintenance service, but it’s part of this perk you’ll get to enjoy when you live in a condo. Most condo associations taken care of painting exteriors, paving, shoveling, landscaping, and shoveling. 

Condos are also often smaller than more traditional types of homes like single-family residences. No need to worry about cleaning a big home!

2. There’s a sense of community – You might be living in your own space, but living in a condo has a sense of togetherness akin to tight-knit neighborhoods. It’s easier to make friends with neighbors — you’ll likely bump into them time to them when you use the common amenities. Such features, which include pools, tennis courts, and fitness facilities help bring residents together.

3. You’ll get to enjoy certain luxuries – Some of us can’t afford to buy a home with a pool or a tennis court, but living in a condo will allow you to enjoy such amenities without having to pay the staggering price. Luxury condos in particular offer certain perks to their residences that up the ante of condo living.

Washington DC Condos for Sale

Living in a condo, especially in Washington, D.C., definitely has its own set of advantages and disadvantages. Begin your condo search today by heading to our Properties page or by browsing below. You can also contact us at or (410) 371-0581.

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Andrew Pariser, Realtor®
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