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 What is the difference between a co-op and a regular apartment?

Answer The difference is in ownership: you buy shares in a co-operative that owns the building and are assigned a living space. You may also be required to pay a monthly maintenance fee which the co-op bo... Read More »
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What is the difference between a studio apartment and a 1 bedroom apartment?

Studio has living and sleeping area combined (I think)
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What is the difference between a apartment and a unit?

Depending on the context, these two terms could mean the same thing: other descriptions for a residence or commercial space. Usually an apartment is the name of a residence in a building where the... Read More »
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What is the difference a house and a apartment?

The difference with a house is that you can own a house. You don't have a owner to your house, houseseasily cost 3x as much as an apartment! On the contrary, you can tear down a wall and paint ever... Read More »
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What is the difference between buying a co-op apartment vs. a condominium?

A purchase in a co-operative does not include land or buildings directly. In a condominium, you typically purchase the unit you live in (with its own unique tax parcel number), plus an undivided i... Read More »
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