If you're looking to buy homes for investment purposes, you'll need to look at them from an entirely different perspective.
Sandra brings up a good point but are you concerned about payments?
Condo will have association fees, the house you'll take care of your own maintenance.
Does the condo have a pool, tennis courts or other amenities that you will actually use or that a buyer or renter may?
Most condo associations place restrictions that the buyer must live in the property for a period of time before they will be permitted to rent it out. Will this hamper your plans, do you know the association rules?
The question is subjective without further clarification of your specific concerns and just what you mean by investment.
Check out sales in your a particular neighborhood by clicking here:
I hope I have been of help.
If you want to hire five great agents for the price of one - "get to know us--it pays"
The Cross Keys Team
RE/MAX VILLAGE SQUARE
Walking distance commands a better price. Give me a call & we can discuss it further, I am a life long resident of Essex County. Please viwe my website for my qualifications & information
Assuming everything, absolutely everything, is equal, many people would prefer the single-family home. But remember: Nothing is ever absolutely equal.
Hope that helps.