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    conduminium vs complex apartment

    Is there any difference between conduminium and complex apartment?

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    Re: conduminium vs complex apartment

    Not a teacher.

    A condominium is property that is owned. You buy a condo.


    An apartment complex is a group of buildings consisting of apartments for rent/lease. The apartment complex maintains ownership.

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    Re: conduminium vs complex apartment

    As SoothingDave used, it's "apartment complex", not "complex apartment".

    "Complex apartment" means "a difficult apartment" because "complex" as an adjective means difficult or complicated.

    "Apartment complex" is a "complex" (def: A whole composed of interconnected or interwoven parts), made up of several apartments.

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