Talk with your lender FIRST before submitting an offer. If you are not pre-approved, see a local lender. If you dont know of any, start with your local bank as you already have a professional relationship with one.
I close on a condo next week, and it was approved for conventional only, could not get FHA. Majority can not be approved on FHA and speak with your lender as to why but it would be prudent to make sure you can get a loan on it before even submitting an offer. Good luck.
I dont live there, but have had several people buy condos in there. This is a large complex with many different buildings and units. If you are asking about the common areas being kept up with and exterior of building...then yes they are kept up. As for individual units, since they are owned by others, they (interior) are kept up as to those peoples wants and needs.
If you would like more information regarding the units, sizes, amenities for owners/renters, types of units, fees etc...please feel free to give me a call.
Good luck in your search
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For some reason your question was posted in the Massachusetts Q&A section, you may want to make sure it gets posted in the CT section. I would love to help you out , but I am not familiar with the CT area at all, good luck in your search
Yes, a buyer agent would be a good first step. S/he would be able to help you put together an offer, and could check on zoning for you, among other things. Do you want a referral? Please email me if you do, and best of luck!... more