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Q.What is the difference between a condominium and a co-op?

A.With a condominium, the owner will hold title to one unit in an apartment-like building or town house complex. With a cooperative, by contrast, the cooperative itself (a corporation) owns the property in an apartment-like building and the residents of each unit merely receive proprietary leases on their unit.

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