Within a condominium complex, the individual units aren't created equal; they all have their different quirks. Therefore, you need to take your time to evaluate the units before starting the purchase process. Here are some of the factors you may wish to consider when evaluating the units:
In a condominium complex, some units will experience more noise levels than other. Therefore, if you don't like noise, analyze the possible sources of noise and choose the best unit furthest from them. For example, if the complex is located near a highway, road noise may be a problem in the units located on the lower floors so you may be better suited to units on higher floors. Other potential sources of noise include party halls, garbage chutes, and elevators. Therefore, you would do well to choose a unity far from those things if you like your room quiet.
Even though units on higher floors offer a great view, they may have accessibility problems, especially if the developers haven't gone out of their way to make all the units accessible. Therefore, be wary of buying a unit on the higher floors if you or one of your household members is has a physical disability or advanced age. For example, one of the lower floors might be ideal if you are planning to live with your aging parents in the near future.
Most condo complexes don't have a problem with security; burglars also tend to target traditional homes than condominiums. However, if security is one of your first priorities when seeking a home, you should know that some units may be more secure than others. For example, the units located far from the gate may be more secure than those closer to the gate. Also, criminals tend to attack lower floors due to ease of escape; this means the higher floors may be more secure than the lower ones.
Lastly, you should know that individual units in a condo complex usually don't have the same prices even if the houses are similar. Different factors affect the pricing plans. For example, many people prefer units on higher floors (for the view, among other things), so those units will be priced higher than units on lower floors. Therefore, you may be restricted to a choice of a unit on the lower floors if you are hunting for a bargain.
As you can see, it's not just enough to choose the best condo complex; you also need to take your time to choose the best unit (for you) within the complex. A real estate agent with experience in condo properties can help you evaluate the individual properties and features of the different units.