The biggest problem facing condo owners is that they’re not always aware of how they’re cleaning their homes.
A study conducted by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) found that condo owners are often unaware that their condo is being cleaned.
“We see it all the time,” said Kevin O’Donnell, senior vice president at NAR.
“They just don’t realize it’s an issue.”
“If you’re not careful and you’re taking care of it right, it will be the most beautiful thing you’ve ever seen,” he said.
Many people think that cleaning a condo in a dry environment is a bad idea, but in reality, it’s not.
You should be washing your hands after cleaning the unit and you should use a good washing machine, said O’Connell.
If you don’t know how to clean your apartment, use an electric or water-powered water filtration system, like a waterless dishwasher.
The best way to clean the apartment, though, is with a professional.
The NAR survey found that the average cleaning costs condo owners $2,900 a year.
The majority of renters paid $4,600 or more, with one-third paying more than $9,000.
If you’re considering a condo remodel, O’Brien said it’s important to be aware of the costs involved, especially if you’re making changes to the flooring and walls.
“You have to make sure you’re going to be able to do it all on your own, and if you can’t do it on your home, you can at least do it at a condo,” he told CNN.