I just looked at your unit - it looks like you've got yourself a really nice deal there. 3 bedrooms too! You should ask the listing Realtor for the condo docs so that you can not only inspect their financials (there should be the most recent year end financial information), but you also want to review the rules and bylaws. I realize you've not been working with your own Realtor and are on your own on this, but the listing agent is getting to keep ALL the commission, rather than splitting it with a buyers agent. As such, they should have explained your documentation to you. You should have a condominium rider as well as a contract for sale and purchase. If you find a problem with the condo docs, most condo riders all the agreement to be voided by the buyer if the buyer delivers written notice of their intention to cancel usually within 3 days.
You will also have signed some addendums relating to the bank owned property, if you have any concerns, you need to verify with the listing agent what rights you have on this.
I wouldn't worry too much about having to buy appliances - for about $2,000 you can get a super nice stainless set, which considering the great price, isn't too big a deal!!
I don't know your situation at all but you may qualify for Fort Lauderdale's "First Time Homebuyer" program. You may want to check this out.
Well done, I hope it all goes well for you. Keep us all posted!
PS: I'm just curious why you didn't choose to go with a Realtor - it wouldn't have made any difference to your purchase other than the fact that you would have had someone going to bat for you every step of the way and someone representing your interests. I do understand people's motivation when they list a house, in that they don't want to pay the commission but as a buyer, I'm interested in your reasons. It will help us all. Again, best of luck!!