What is a condominium property?
Single, individually-owned housing unit in a multi-unit building. The condominium owner holds sole title to the unit, but owns the land and common property (elevators, halls, roof, stairs, etc.) jointly with other unit owners, and shares the upkeep expenses on the common-property with them.
What exactly is a townhouse?
A townhouse or townhome is a single-family home that shares one or more walls with other independently-owned units. They are often rows of uniform homes, two stories or taller. Residents own their interior and exterior walls, lawn, and roof, as well as the insurance for both their home and property.