Thomas J. Py…, Home Buyer in West Palm Beach, FL

How many parking spaces? What floor is this located on? Show view of floor on map and bacony location (is it a water view?

Asked by Thomas J. Pyatt, West Palm Beach, FL Wed Apr 17, 2013

Can we make a lower offer than what is the offering price?

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Unit was on 1st floor with 1 parking space. Balcony faces street and no water view. Under contract already. Demand is high and prices are rising so offering less has not been the best strategy.
This building has a very central location for the downtown City Place lifestyle but not if you want a water view.

If you give a punch list of what you want in a condo I can better provide you with options you may like!
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Thomas,

Like so much information floating out there on the internet this listing is somewhat dated and not a current listing. The property is located in the Metropolitan Condo on Sapodilla between Iris and Fern. Great building and like so many developments in the urban center of West Palm Beach inventory is low and well priced units in good condition are selling quickly, very quickly.

The Metroploitan was constructed in 2006 and like other buildings built during that era experienced a high level of foreclosure activity. It is an upscale building in a great location with a great amenity package including a rooftop pool, fitness center, business center and community room. You will get one assigned parking space with most units. As with most downtown units the association fees are not inexpensive and on a 2 bedroom unit in The Metropolitan expect to be paying in excess of $700 per month is association fees.

Sales over the past 6 months of 2 bedroom units have ranged from $182,000 to $250,000 with condition, upgrades and view determining factors in value. Pricing pressure is to the upside with only one active listing on the 6th floor listed at $249,000. It is a corner unit with two balconies and views to the north and west; glimpses of water.

The best thing you can do in today's active market is clearly define your housing objectives and determine what areas will meet your needs. Inventory levels are very low and finding homes is a much more difficult task than it was a few months ago. If you would like to further discuss your particular situation and put together a game plan to meet your goals please feel free to contact me at your convenience for a complimentary consultation. I would be honored to be on the list of Realtors® you may choose to interview to assist you and your family find the perfect Florida home.


Best of luck and if I can offer anything additional please let me know.



Tom Priester e-PRO
"Results Driven Real Estate"

Keller Williams Realty
561 308-0175
tom@tompriester.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Apr 18, 2013
of course, you can.

Ana Vidal
786-3332457
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Apr 17, 2013
That particular unit is no longer available. There only one available in that building and is listed for 249,000, in the 6th floor with one parking space assigned.
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2 Parking spots this Condo is located in Downtown West Palm Beach so it does not have a water view and yes you can make a lower offer.


Susan Hoffman
561-876-6311
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Apr 17, 2013
This is a Short Sale and all terms of sale Contingent on third party (Bank) approval, at this time there is a "contingency" contract on this property.
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There is a short sale and there is contingency contract on it. It does not have water view.
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