How important is move in readiness?
The best market buys in your price range (the absolute lowest pricing in the MB district) are fixer uppers.
Cross Creek delivers bang for the buck, square foot for square foot, when counterbalanced against the comprehensive, rather costly needs for the buildings, grounds and operations of a 1970s retro throwback adult playground and country club.
Thank you for the HOA information! $277 is far more reasonable. I talked to Cynthia earlier yesterday when I called Harry Norman realtors and she will be showing me some properties on Monday.
I also see properties listed in Westover Plantation for around $150k, and think there may be a few other condos / townhouses also zoned for Morris Brandon.
Cross Creek certainly has decent overall value for what it offers, regardless of what you consider to be a fair HOA fee.
Otherwise, there aren't even fixer upper townhouses in the price range.
Depending on the age of your child, the E Rivers and Bolton ESDs will stretch your dollars per month way better and enable matriculation into Sutton MS and Buckhead HS.
In this thin inventory market, beggars can not be choosers, and the growing successes at Bolton and E Rivers very editable.
I just sold a 3000 sf 4/3 house on Adams, down the street from Bolton. Lovely, move in ready, mid century modern flair and purchased for just $248000.
When the appraisal came in at $300000, my clients were floored. What a deal, right?
That deal will not surface in Morris Brandon EDS.
Fred Yancy, Broker
Harry Norman, Realtors