Many people purchasing condominiums don’t believe they need a home inspection, but there are systems unique to each condo that you need to have inspected before you buy.
The National Open House Event is this weekend, April 28th and 29th, that features hundreds of properties that will be open to the public. Well over a hundred Seattle area condos are expected to be open this weekend.
Seattle’s condo market landscape has transformed and is now exhibiting seller market characteristics with low inventory and increasing demand. To be competitive in this market buyers need to be aware of some new rules for buying a Seattle condo.
If you have pets, be sure to keep them in mind when looking for condos since not every condo will allow pets or may have limitations. We’ve updated our list of pet friendly condos in Seattle.
Building envelope studies are a fact of life for condo owners, buyers and homeowner associations in the Seattle area.
We normally don’t see HUD condos on the market very often, but there’s a handful currently on the available in Seattle including units at Arbor Place Tower and the Florentine.
The April 30, 2010 purchase deadline is approaching for buyers looking to take advantage of either the first-time or the repeat home buyers tax credit.