You should have been mailed a copy. But if you did not receive it, call the City Assessor's office and request a copy be emailed or mailed to you. You can always just go down to the city in person and request that as well.
Well, this is when the laws of supply and demand kick in. Space is at a premium and the highest bidder is usually the winner. I had a small Condo in the North End of Boston in the 80's, parking was brutal! I ened up getting a spot in a garage, and paid almost as much for that spot as I did for the condo! Unless you meet someone who may have an additional spot they don't use, you may not have much recourse.... more
If you already have a realtor, ask him/her about recent sales in your area and think about adjusting your price.
If you are selling the house on your own, either research recent sales and adjust your price, or find a realtor, who will tell you TRUTH about resent sales. Do not look for one that would promise you the highest price or lowest commission (unfortunately, these are not the right conditions to look at when you need to sell your house.
RE: purchase of new house, do not look at any properties before you are (at least) pre-qualified for Mortgage and know your buying ability. When you set your price range - search on-line or contact your trusted realtor to help you with search. Do not waste your time looking at overpriced properties and the ones that are way out of your price range.
You may even ask the same realtor to help you sell your current and buy new house at or about the same time. To avoid inconveniece with renting and moving between two deals .... more