107 West 25th Street, Apt. 4-E has 43 shares,loft, approx 1060 sqf , maintenance - $1600
and 107 West 25th Street, Apt. 3-B approx 1200 sqf, maintenance - $1320
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Share distribution is mostly a matter of size, but if two apartments are the same size,shape, everything, then the difference is most tied to secondary aspects.
You see, shares are based proportionately on the use of the services that each apartment gets. In other words,it based on how many pieces of the "pie" you get compared your neighbors.
If you are on the 5th floor of a walk-up co-op, I would wager you are paying less than a person with an exact replica apartment on the 2nd floor pays for that specific luxury(less stairs). Vice versa with elevator co-ops of course, etc etc. If you have the largest apartment on the most wanted floor of your building, you are definitely going to be paying the highest maintenance!
There are so many variables that there is no maintenance in a Condo and there is no average. I won't go into specifics, others have started that below. The question is, what is the point? If you're looking to buy in a bldg with low common charges go for a bldg with few services. No Doorman, Gym, Pool. No roofdeck, concierge, valet parking. That's where you'll save. Good luck.
Maintenance actually only applies to co-ops. It consists of 3 parts: your share of the underlying mortgage, your share of the real estate taxes, and your share of the common upkeep. Condos do not have maintenance, but rather common charges and real estate taxes, which are always separated out. It is difficult to give you one answer because there are many variables. In a co-op, for example, it depends upon the size of the unit, the floor it is situated on, which way it faces, what amenities are in the building, how many units there are, etc. Similarly in a condo, these types of things are factored in. Co-ops tend to have lower asking prices and higher maintenance, and condos have higher asking prices and lower monthly costs.
Can you give me an idea of what size you are talking about?
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