When I was a kid, my mom had a tiny, low-rise condo in an urban area near her house.
At the time, I was only in my 20s, but I remember thinking, “If I can build something from scratch, it’ll be much better.”
But now, I am the parent of a toddler, and the tiny condo is already nearly half-empty.
I want to keep living in it, but the condo is just too small.
I am considering building a second one in the city.
What can I do to help?
If you are renovating your home and are not in a position to save the home, you might want to consider purchasing a larger condo.
A new condo is often the best choice for a family living in a tight rental market, so it can be a good investment.
But you should be careful when you make a decision.
It is also worth taking a look at what other options are available.
Are there other condos in the neighborhood?
There are many condo developments in the area, so you might be able to find one that suits your needs.
You might also want to check out this list of nearby condos, which includes a few that are newer and have more features.
If you have any other questions about how to save money, you can contact the Property Tax & Finance Department of the City of Austin.