Some years ago, I lived in an house that was built in 1999 and though it was an older condo, the locale was beautiful and newly renovated.
It was a 2 home office, 2 bathroom component with hardwood floors, and the family room overlooked a pond that faced the west, which gave the perfect view for immaculate sunsets.
I really appreciated living in that space, however unluckyly it came with a single major caveat. The Heating, Ventilation, and A/C method was seasoned and required constant maintenance, frankly, it needed to be substituted. But my property owner opted to have the component worked on several times instead. It became a consistent issue especially during the Summers when the air conditioning system would stop efficiently cooling the apartment. The air conditioning system serviceman had to maintenance the method every 3 months and as a result both of us became acquainted because both of us saw each other on so several possibilities during the year. After numerous maintenance calls, the air conditioning system serviceman was able to convince my property owner to substitute the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system. I was convinced that I would finally have a perfectly functioning air conditioner unit, and unluckyly, within 2 months of substitutement, the component needed maintenance again. After further investigation, the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C serviceman concluded that the component was losing freon due to a faulty line, a problem that he failed to diagnose on his previous maintenance visits. My property owner was aware of this issue, however the cost would have been enormous, so instead of investing more money to rectify the problem, he decided that it was time to sell the condominium. Fortunately for him, he avoided additional Heating, Ventilation, and A/C concerns and costs, even though I believe the new owners eventually had to invest in getting the lines repaired. I miss living in that condo, the magical sunsets were worth the sacrifice of dealing with those air conditioner woes.