Sedona AZ: First, let’s define the difference between a Sedona condo and a townhouse. A condominium is typically a building with multiple units. You will own the interior of the unit. Everything outside is owned by the Condo Owners Association (COA). A Sedona townhouse may be a group of two or more units with adjoining walls. You own everything.
When buying a condo or townhome in Sedona, you’ll want to know some pretty specific info on the development. What exactly does the Condo Owners Association fee cover? The COA (HOA for a townhouse) in Sedona will cover the building exterior maintenance, landscaping and insurance for the common areas. Additionally, some condo developments will have amenities like a pool, bbq area, laundry and even free winter heat.
With a townhome in Sedona, your HOA fee may or may not cover exterior maintenance. Typically the roof covered but not always. Landscaping is another thing that you’ll see covered frequently as well.
Here’s a list of Sedona Condos and Townhomes for sale.
Sedona Condo and Townhouses