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    Condominiums in Saint George

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    Business Listing   ABC Mini Storage - Saint George, UT - Phone: (435) 628-7900

    Business Listing   Black Rock Condominiums - Saint George, UT - Phone: (435) 673-2816

    Business Listing   Blackrock Condominiums - Saint George, UT - Phone: (435) 986-8000

    Business Listing   Coventry Lane Townhomes - Saint George, UT - Phone: (435) 656-2062

    Business Listing   Holiday Resort Property Management - Saint George, UT - Phone: (435) 673-6172

    Business Listing   Paul Properties Inc - Saint George, UT - Phone: (435) 674-3444

    Business Listing   Resort Reservations - Saint George, UT - Phone: (435) 673-1392

    Business Listing   Southwest Property Management - Saint George, UT - Phone: (435) 628-7100

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    Helpful Definition for: Condominiums

    A condominium, or condo, in Saint George is the form of housing tenure and other real property where a specified part of a piece of real estate (usually of an apartment house) is individually owned while use of, and access to, common facilities in the piece such as hallways, heating system, elevators, exterior areas, is executed under legal rights associated with the individual ownership and controlled by the association of owners that jointly represent ownership of the whole piece. So it may be simply defined as an apartment that the resident 'owns' as opposed to rents.

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