Asked by Mike Abraham, Pittsburgh, PA • Wed Apr 1, 2009
We want something nice but we would also like to know we have a good chance of getting a return when we sell our house down the road. We have been looking at a very nice townhome in Washington County in the Canonsburg area. It is quite large (2,300 sq ft), but comes with a price tag of about $228K. The area is close to Southpointe, a business park, and it appears a Southpointe II is in develpoment where there will be shops, restaurants, etc. Do you think that is too much to pay for a townhome if we hope to get a retun towards our next house when we sell. Should we just find a single family home. The dilemma we face is any new builds in the single family home arena are much more expensive at this sq ft range. Also, the townhome comes with all the whistles, a large living room, a large kitchen with a small open dining room off to the side, a butler's pantry, vaulted ceilings, stainless appliances, a tiled shower and jacuzzi bath in the master...what should we do. Any suggestions?
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