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Living版 - 请问土地产权:Single Family House与Condo到底有何区别?
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K****n
发帖数: 2485
1
大家都知道Single Family House与Condo的土地产权不同,但又知之不详,没人说得清
楚到底区别在哪里。请问谁能给解释下?谢谢!
m****n
发帖数: 174
2
Owners of single family homes are entitled to exclusive ownership. But most
condo owners are subject to certain forms of shared ownership.

【在 K****n 的大作中提到】
: 大家都知道Single Family House与Condo的土地产权不同,但又知之不详,没人说得清
: 楚到底区别在哪里。请问谁能给解释下?谢谢!

K****n
发帖数: 2485
3
共享土地产权 与 独占土地产权 的区别在哪里?
或者简单说,如果房龄50~70年后,condo房子旧得不能继续使用,必须整个推倒重建,
condo的原owner能不能继续拥有新建房子的产权?or 土地的地主,比如市政府,会把
产权收回去,从此与condo原owner完全无关?
m****n
发帖数: 174
4
Owners of condo only own the inside of an individual unit. Collectively, all
unit owners own all the outside structures and land.
For the single family house, exclusive ownership allows owners to change
their home and surrounding property in nearly any way. The only restriction
may be building codes. But the owner of condo is not always allowed to make
such changes. When purchasing a condo, owners are subject to the rules and
regulations of the condo association. If you are considering a condo, it is
important to read the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions associated with
this condo before you commit.

【在 K****n 的大作中提到】
: 共享土地产权 与 独占土地产权 的区别在哪里?
: 或者简单说,如果房龄50~70年后,condo房子旧得不能继续使用,必须整个推倒重建,
: condo的原owner能不能继续拥有新建房子的产权?or 土地的地主,比如市政府,会把
: 产权收回去,从此与condo原owner完全无关?

G*******n
发帖数: 2041
5
要买房子啦,恭喜恭喜
我的理解是:sfh各家拥有各家的一块地,condo是所有owner共同拥有那一整块地。
推倒重建的例子比较复杂:资金各家出多少;建成后怎么分配
如果被市政府买去或者卖给开发商倒是很简单,大家一起坐地分赃吧

【在 K****n 的大作中提到】
: 共享土地产权 与 独占土地产权 的区别在哪里?
: 或者简单说,如果房龄50~70年后,condo房子旧得不能继续使用,必须整个推倒重建,
: condo的原owner能不能继续拥有新建房子的产权?or 土地的地主,比如市政府,会把
: 产权收回去,从此与condo原owner完全无关?

a**********y
发帖数: 930
6
还是买SFH吧,除非你在纽约。其实你可以考虑更东面的,upland便宜多了,何必去核桃
啥的去买高价房
K****n
发帖数: 2485
7
差不多明白了,感谢!
就是说推倒重建新房子的产权仍然是这个condo社区业主集体所有的
俺们住房子,没啥兴趣去修改房屋结构布局,踏踏实实住着就行
更关心产权到底在不在自己手里,呵呵

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restriction
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【在 m****n 的大作中提到】
: Owners of condo only own the inside of an individual unit. Collectively, all
: unit owners own all the outside structures and land.
: For the single family house, exclusive ownership allows owners to change
: their home and surrounding property in nearly any way. The only restriction
: may be building codes. But the owner of condo is not always allowed to make
: such changes. When purchasing a condo, owners are subject to the rules and
: regulations of the condo association. If you are considering a condo, it is
: important to read the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions associated with
: this condo before you commit.

K****n
发帖数: 2485
8
是啊是啊,担心房价和利率一起上涨,怕明年会更贵,不得不出手买房了

【在 G*******n 的大作中提到】
: 要买房子啦,恭喜恭喜
: 我的理解是:sfh各家拥有各家的一块地,condo是所有owner共同拥有那一整块地。
: 推倒重建的例子比较复杂:资金各家出多少;建成后怎么分配
: 如果被市政府买去或者卖给开发商倒是很简单,大家一起坐地分赃吧

b*d
发帖数: 9308
9
现在美国通胀的可能性不小呀!

【在 K****n 的大作中提到】
: 是啊是啊,担心房价和利率一起上涨,怕明年会更贵,不得不出手买房了
K****n
发帖数: 2485
10
Upland/Claremont白人区房价还是很贵的,基本上500K以上
老墨多的那些地区便宜却不想要
在LA,住condo的老中要远远多于住SFH的吧,我猜,等将来条件好了再换也不迟
核桃的condo其实也不算贵(相对来说),很多300K以下的

【在 a**********y 的大作中提到】
: 还是买SFH吧,除非你在纽约。其实你可以考虑更东面的,upland便宜多了,何必去核桃
: 啥的去买高价房

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买condo或者有hoa,都买bylaws看嘛?住在condo,真挺郁闷的
请教:买condo需要注意什么?求问: Condo/TH refinance时候的questionnaire是收费的?
a**********y
发帖数: 930
11
upland 的 colonies 也就是400k很好的房子,rancho的房子也不错,大华也开了,在
Los Osos
高中的房子便宜的也有300k一下的, Condo是最不保值的,能够不买就不买,除非你能
够在海边。

【在 K****n 的大作中提到】
: Upland/Claremont白人区房价还是很贵的,基本上500K以上
: 老墨多的那些地区便宜却不想要
: 在LA,住condo的老中要远远多于住SFH的吧,我猜,等将来条件好了再换也不迟
: 核桃的condo其实也不算贵(相对来说),很多300K以下的

c**b
发帖数: 2999
12
90年代买condo的现在都涨了20万了,还是很不错的.要看时机.

【在 a**********y 的大作中提到】
: upland 的 colonies 也就是400k很好的房子,rancho的房子也不错,大华也开了,在
: Los Osos
: 高中的房子便宜的也有300k一下的, Condo是最不保值的,能够不买就不买,除非你能
: 够在海边。

d******n
发帖数: 2712
13
怎么还说是可能性呢?分明是现在进行时了么。

【在 b*d 的大作中提到】
: 现在美国通胀的可能性不小呀!
j****y
发帖数: 1714
14
7 Questions You Must Ask Before Buying a Condo
You've found your dream condo, and you're ready to relax among the mango
trees and swaying date palms. Hold everything. To keep from getting stuck
with a lemon, you've got to do some homework. Here are the seven most
important questions you need to ask before buying a condo.
1. "What's the Beef?"
Take a look at the minutes of the condo association board meetings to see
what the owners have been griping about. If everyone was complaining about
the faulty plumbing or the gardener's absence, you know that the complex is
having management difficulties. Even if there aren't any complaints, reading
the minutes will reveal the sorts of projects that are under way at the
complex -- projects the seller may have neglected to mention.
2. "Who's Been Naughty and Who's Been Nice?"
Find out the delinquency rates of present owners. If people aren't paying
their association dues on time, that is either a sign of discontent or an
indication that the association might be underfunded.
3. "How Much Is In the Repair Fund?"
Ask if the community has done a reserve-fund review in the past five years.
Lester Giese, the author of The 99 Best Residential & Recreational
Communities in America, recommends the following formula: If the complex is
one to 10 years old, the reserve fund should have 10% of the cost of
replaceable items (roofs, roads, tennis courts, etc.). Between 10 and 20
years old, the repair fund should be at 25% to 30%. At 20 years, that amount
should be 50% or above. Residents who brag that they don't pay much in
maintenance may be in a complex that either is not being kept up well or is
living beyond its means.
4. "Can You Cover Me?"
If you look at nothing else, get a copy of the certificate of insurance,
which is a summary of the association's policy. First see if the replacement
costs covered by the policy are an accurate estimate of the cost of
rebuilding. Then make sure that the policy has a building-ordinance clause,
which means that the insurance will cover the cost of bringing the building
up to code if there is any rebuilding to be done. On older buildings, there
may have been many code upgrades since the time of construction. Finally,
make sure that you understand exactly what the association policy covers and
what you are responsible for. The smart condo owner will insure his or her
personal belongings, along with any other items within the unit that are not
covered by the association's policy. If you have trouble understanding the
insurance lingo, take the insurance certificate to an agent whom you trust
and who understands the state laws.
5. "Does the Association Present Any Legal Problems?"
Buying a single-family home without a lawyer is no big deal for many people.
But with a condo, there's so much more involved. Contact a local real
estate lawyer and have him or her go over the bylaws of the association. Do
they make sense? Are they consistent with the state laws? Giese, the author,
once found that the association bylaws of a large garden-style condo
complex had been lifted from the books of a high-rise condo, leaving
confused tenants with rules about shared hallway space and the correct use
of garbage chutes. Benny Kass, a Washington real estate attorney, recommends
that you also have your lawyer screen the association at the local
courthouse, to see if any owners have filed suit against it.
6. "Is the Complex Renter-Friendly?"
If the renter population is over 10%, there should be clear rental policies,
either listed in the bylaws or tacked on as an amendment. Does the
management company find renters for you? If so, do they get enough good
renters? Ask other tenants about their experience. In addition, ask to see
the association's rental lease, and have a real estate lawyer look it over.
Keep one thing in mind, though: An association can change its bylaws to
prohibit or restrict renting at any time. The more owners who rent, the less
chance that will happen.
7. "Am I My Community's Keeper?"
Watch out for a condo whose owners manage the place themselves. Although
many are operated efficiently, self-management can lead to more hassles for
owners -- especially those who live thousands of miles away. If the complex
is professionally managed, check out the management company as thoroughly as
you check out the association. Ask other owners. Ask people in nearby
buildings. And be sure to interview the day-to-day manager directly. If you
hook up with a bad manager, you can be sure of this: Your dream condo will
keep you up at night.
K****n
发帖数: 2485
15
写得很详细,很有启发,感谢! :)

is
reading

【在 j****y 的大作中提到】
: 7 Questions You Must Ask Before Buying a Condo
: You've found your dream condo, and you're ready to relax among the mango
: trees and swaying date palms. Hold everything. To keep from getting stuck
: with a lemon, you've got to do some homework. Here are the seven most
: important questions you need to ask before buying a condo.
: 1. "What's the Beef?"
: Take a look at the minutes of the condo association board meetings to see
: what the owners have been griping about. If everyone was complaining about
: the faulty plumbing or the gardener's absence, you know that the complex is
: having management difficulties. Even if there aren't any complaints, reading

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