Of course the condo fees are important, but more important is learning what they include and do not include. Work with a buyer's broker who will take the time to research the community and help you determine the financial health of the HOA. Do they have enough reserves? Are there special assessment pending? What does the HOA maintain and what is the owner's responsibility? Even when the information IS in the listing, it may not be up-to-date. A Realtor working for you should bird dog these and many more issues for you.
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On sites like trulia it is not the listing agent eliminating the HOA dues. This site often filters a lot of content that can actually found. Like my Lee Taylor said; you should definitely get a listingbook account. It is basically the baby brother of the MLS system that we REALTORS use. I give invites to the site to all my clients and they love it. It's definitely 100 times better and more informative.
This condo is actually not for sale at this moment. However there are other available units here.
As for HOA fees they will vary. You are looking in the low $200's for one bedrooms to the high $200's to $300's for 2 bed 2 baths. The HOA will vary depending on numerous things no matter what building it may be.
If you have any questions feel free to contact me. I work in this area a lot.
Tyler Willis, REALTORÂ®
Keller Williams Realty Intown Atlanta
621 North Ave NE, Suite C-50
Atlanta, GA 30308