Your Realtor will show you comps for the area so you can understand fair and true market value. We also offer our clients a PTA (Price Trend Analysis) that helps determine where the micro market for this home has been and direction it is headed. You need to have a buy-side Realtor working only for you. The good news for you is the seller pays the Realtor fees.
My clients who have purchased Ryland town homes (like the link you included) have been happy with the quality. Ryland often has incentive programs available for buyers. Your Realtor will help compare these.
Town homes in Woodbury vary in price from $130 to $350+. Remember to factor in HOA fees when you are looking at your monthly budget. You (and your Realtor) need to look closely at all HOA docs to make sure this is an association that is well run, well funded, and will enhance the value of your investment.
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Coldwell Banker Burnet
Anywhere from about $125000 - $350,000
I can send you a list of Townhomes that are for sale if you would like.
I live and work in Woodbury-Roger/Broker @ 612-865-7825
Based on the comps in the area, I would offer $165,000
You're talking about new construction which is kind of a different animal than existing. I've been searching using the parameters you set out. I'm coming up with a price around $130K. BUT, the ones I found are not as nice as the ones you are looking at.
If you don't think the ones you're looking at are a good value, don't buy it!!!
I'm guessing you don't have your own agent. If you do, this is a question for your agent. Just curious, why didn't you find your own agent before you started looking?