a) yes a price is always negotiable, i.e. it needs to be mutually agreed to...
b) You should be working with a buyers agent, your personal Realtor you are committed to and loyal to
so that he or she will be committed to you as well. Then you would have one source for all your
questions and concerns and an experienced professional guiding you through the entire system up to a successful closing. Remember there are many items to consider, and be informed about
especially about a condo, you do not want to miss anything and then regret your purchase down the road. The services of a Buyers Agent usually only require your loyalty and commitment to one agent,
there is no other cost involved in the majority of cases...
Good Advice, do not do this alone.... Your personal Realtor is a great source of information, knowledge of the area and market, and great negotiators for their buyer clients as far as all the terms and the price goes.
Good Luck and if you need recommendations let me know....
Most Sincerely yours,
Edith YourRealtor4Life - Working always in the very BEST interest of her clients....
The condo you are referencing unfortunately is no longer available. There are several other units in the Old Town Village complex that are available for sale. I have included them in the link below. The hoa will vary based on the size, number of bedrooms, and if the unit has a garage. If you would like I will gladly set up appointments to view any properties you are interested in. I can also set up a listing cart that will send you updates on properties currently available on the market. Unfortunately sites like Zillow, Trulia, even Realtor.com are sometimes not the most up to date. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact me.
Ryan Ford P.A. Realtor
Watson Realty Corp