That's the best way I have found.
Shannon Moore, Realtor
Re/Max Anchor Realty
That is difficult to answer without knowing the condo complex, the cost of the dock and the amount you need to net after the sale.
If the condo is one of the new ones on Melbourne St, I would say no, do not buy the dock. Offer the unit at a great price and let the buyer get the dock. Doing it that way lets you offer it to someone not interested in a dock as well as the buyer who wants a dock. In another complex it might be worthwhile if docs are at a premium.
I would be happy to look into this further if you wish. Give me a call. No obligation.