You can purchase a condo, but you won't be able to live in it until you reach the age of 55.
Perhaps you have a partner, or relative, that will be living with you who is more than 55 years old. If that is the case then you don't have a problem.
You will need to decide whether the purchase of a condo in an adult community makes economic sense in the long run. We don't have a crystal ball that will tell us what property values will be 4 years from now.
I work with several investors both inside and outside the U.S.
I will need to know what types of properties you are looking for. There are many properties that are fixer uppers and great for flipping. From what you say in your comment it sounds like you are a flipper and not a holder.
We can see many properties, but with some insight to what you are looking for I can eliminate the need to even see some of the properties in person.
I would love to make more commissions per month. I do find that most agents will not accept verbal offers. There can be an easy way to satisfy the submission of a written offer, and that will satisfy most listing agents.
Please contact me directly and we can further discuss your approach to buying and selling.
(he/she doesn't need to live there year round) who is 55+
Meir Aloni & Team
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