Of course the exact numbers will depend on the specific property.
But in general, if you own a condo you have to pay for interior maintenance, but not exterior maintenance. Like if the parking lot needs to be repaved, that's not your problem, the condo association should pay for it. But if your furnace breaks down, that's your problem. The exact division of responsibility can vary and is not necessarily obvious. My mother had a condo where when the water main broke, that was her responsibility, even though it was outside her four walls.
You may or may not be responsible for landscaping. If you have your own yard in this condo, you probably are responsible for maintaining it.
You will have to pay a monthly fee to the condo association to cover the maintenance costs that you are not responsible for. (The money's got to come from somewhere.)
Your eating and air conditioning costs will probably be comparable to what you'd have in an apartment rather than what you've have in a house. In a house, you're leaking heat through all four walls, ceiling and maybe floor. In a condo, there are other condos surrounding you on one or more sides, so the temperature difference should be less and heating and cooling should be more efficient.
Besides that, costs should be similar to those for a house. You'll still have a mortgage payment, property taxes and insurance, heating and cooling and water and electricity. A condo is typically smaller than a house, so many costs will be less, but only if you're getting less.
Another option you might want to consider is getting a mobile home. These are usually much cheaper than either a house or a condo. The exteriors tend to be ugly, but I've seen a few where the interior was quite nice. My ex-wife had one that was beautiful until she trashed it.