Are you certain this is a condominium listing? It seems overpriced and more reflective of a multifamily. Do you have any more information on the listing such as where you found it? Here is the only active condo listing in Station Landing right now according to MLS:
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All info listed here is correct - based on the comparatives I think you can offer a lower amount and negotiate from there.
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How are you? This questions would be best suited for your buyer's agent, for he/she would conduct a comparative market analysis of the unit in the area. As previously mentioned posts by others, that selling price would be setting precedence in the market within the past year, and depending on how you intend to finance the purchase, if through a lender, they would be reluctant to do so. But again, best recommendation is engage the services of a buyer's agent, they will guide you through the process.
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Seems to me there is a real risk of over paying for this condo.
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It depends on many factors. The most expensive recent sale at Station Landing was Unit 1204 (a 1455 square foot top floor unit) that sold in August for $592,500. However, this unit was near the back of the building (away from the river) and only had one parking spot. Ar you working with a buyer's agent? A good buyer's agent will go over all of the recent comparables with you to make sure you're not overpaying. There's also another check and balance when the bank's appraiser comes to the property, but that won't happen until weeks after your offer is accepted.
I am selling a unit at Station Landing now and am very familiar with the project if you don't already have a buyer's agent.