I suggest you obtain historical information related to the finances, going back 5+ years to current date. The history will give you a much better idea as to how things have been run by the Board/property management company. A Reserve Study of the community is most helpful if they have one on file. The study breaks out the costs of maintaining the community for the next 5-10-20 years. The community may look "healthy" today, however, if reserves are not monitored carefully it can be depleted rather quickly. Doing a litle more research will most certainly answer your own question. Good luck to you!
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If the information above is correct, this building seems to be well handled & healthy.
You can request recent meeting minutes if you haven't already...usually any upcoming projects are generally discussed in greater details there.