Your second question is more difficult to answer. Without knowing the size, location and building and many more factors it's not possible to tell you. Have your agent pull comp's for the condo you desire and review them together. This is really the best way to calculate a realistic purchase price.
I agree that you should select the buildings/locations that appeal to you and then look at everything in that building to draw your own conclusions.
Gosh, walk down memory lane with me...I remember when....I had my first listing when I first was licensed in Castleberry on Mangum. Thats when only artists lived there.
Castleburry is a hard neighborhood to price. There are a lot of grand beautiful lofts that have significant square footage, but may only have one-bedroom, and one bathroom.... in these cases you can't solely base your list price on # of bedrooms and bathrooms. For this reason, I find it very important to preview several other Active Listings in order to list at the correct price point.
I hope this helps! Good luck with your search and if you're looking for an Agent to help you find your dream Castleburry Loft, I'd love to work with you!
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Each "building" has uniqueness, flair and a certain gravitas. Find the community that you seek first, because this is a lifestyle choice, not a real estate investment.
Claude, Castleberry loft prices require intimate appraisal familiarity and active, immediate competition familiarity. The question is too general.
And, when you put the earnest money down, remember, a Castleberry Hill loft purchase in 2008 is a lifestyle choice first, just like it has been for years, and no grand equity exists without sweat or cash equity.
Do not overpay for a compromise, but enjoy what you purchase!