If your unit is similar to those having a balcony, then most likely your den/sunroom is considered to be a limited common element, and therefore "owned" by the condo association. Back in 2011 I sold a first floor foreclosure unit whereby the patio was there, but never shown or mentioned in the condo documentation. If your condo is located in Fairfax, then I can easily pull up the recorded condo documentation. If it is the City, then I can go to the Courthouse and pull the documents from the courthouse records. (Just as I had done with the unit on South Washington Street.)
The majority of the condos with an Alexandria, VA address have increased in price since this Spring.
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Contac the local government Real Estate Assessment office and request a review. A Real Estate Appraiser should be sent to verify space. Take in consideration that once you increase the square footage the real estate taxes may go up a bit.
Maridol Garcia-Joy, Realtor, ABR, CAS, ASP
Long & Foster Realtors
Alexandria /Kingstowne Center
5911 Kingstowne Village Pkwy Ste 100
Alexandria VA 22315
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The value you can add to the sunroom depends on whether it is a year round space with heating and air. If it is the value of 100 additional sq.ft would be significant. Sometimes county assessments are off and that needs to be pointed out in the listing.