You already asked a similar question back in August 2012: " Want prestigious apt or TH with boat dockage $200- $250, low HOA fees, direct view on intracoastal, walk to beach. Any available?"
Well, my dear, according to that question and your recently given specific requirements below, you are among the 99% of people who go to garage sales expecting to find that rare precious treasure at K-mart value.
Of course, I don't know the Intracoastal area; I'm just guessing here ;-) But if my guesses are correct, you are gonna have to make concessions. You also have to tell us what is "low maintenance" to you. Low maintenance for a 2 bedroom condo on the Intracoastal is at least $550/ a month. However, you need to figure out what is the most important thing you must have (direct Intracoastal view, 1st floor, dock space or low maintenance - you can't have all of them in one unit) The closest to all those requirements are: Americas on the Park (really on the Intracoastal) starting at $389K to $419K) with maintenance averaging $875/mo; or at the Portofino on the Intracoastal, Unit 4C at $395K with a monthly maintenance of $698; or you can have a unit at La Rive on the Intracoastal - on the first floor - for $1,399,000 with a maintenance of $1,733/mo. All of of those units have docs available.
However, if you can give up the dock and the first floor. Your selection increases tremendously on ICW with direct views but prices will start at about $350K on up unless you buy at Coral Ridge Towers but that is a co-op and owners must be at least 55 years old or at the Alagon or at Villa Sorento and a few other less appealing buildings.
On the other hand, you mentioned that you search properties on the Internet. That's good and bad. If you really, really, really want to save yourself lots of your valuable time, I recommend that you go search only on Realtor.com http://(www.realtor.com
) which is the United States real estate Almanac and the most accurate real estate search of the nation - every MLS listing in the United states is on Realtor.com and those listings are up-to-date every hour of the day. Using any other venues is a hit-and-miss of listings that are mostly not up-to-date. Or, you can call Jeff Holloway down below who has a private collection of hidden treasures in his garage.
I'm looking forward to your next question, hereon Trulia, in about 3 months from now.