It is good you are asking questions and researching out a development/ area carefully. Believe it or not, some buyers do not. Always review the School Reports regarding School District so you are aware because the Reality and perception of a Public School District is important. A good Real Estate Broker or agent (Brokers or Assoc Brokers possess a higher license) can get you a complete history of the Development, like the Mews. History, not only selling track record but Construction problems and issues through 'word of mouth' and also Seller Concessions listed on sold transactions. In a development like "The Mews", location is also extremely important due to close proximity to Neighbors. Tyring to determine the current "fair market value" of a home is tricky in this market. When interviewing agents or Brokers, see how much specific knowledge they have about the Development, like how many original models and floorplans were built, which sell better. Also, check the tax base and Association fees (Plus the initial Capital Contribution fee) with other areas to see a comparison because all expenses add up monthly. These costs also determine how well your final choice will be as a residential investment. Lastly, the rental rates of homes rented in the development is important in making the decision to buy. They reflect the development in numerous significant ways. Btw, I live just 5 minutes from The Mews. Jay Wojcik, Assoc Broker/Appraiser/Notary (32 years experience) @Re/Max Excel Realty 610-650-8050 direct or 610-676-0051 Main/vm.