Nesbitt Realty is a local agent and works hard everyday in and around homes in Arlington. 1300 Army Navy Dr #721 is appears to be a smart purchase for many reasons. But Nesbitt Realty is not recommending you buy this condo, or any particular condo in Northern Virginia or Horizon House. At least, not until I know your goals. It's more important to me that we find the right home for you.
Nesbitt Realty's dream is to come in under budget, but hit all of the check marks on your priority list.
My hope in this brief essay is to help you think through your priorities, so that you can move forward in your real estate search in Arlington, Virginia. Of the top of your head, what's most important to you? It's hard to know what's best for another person, but it's easy for you to say what's best for yourself.
- Is the cooling system important to you? Did you know that this section's most common cool systems are central a/c?
- How important is it that you stay in 22202? Have you considered neighboring areas?
- Is a view important to you? Do you want a waterview or waterfront condominium?
- Do you like brick units? Do you prefer brick or siding? What type of siding?
- How many baths do you need? 1300 Army Navy Dr #721 has 1 full baths. What about half baths? 1300 Army Navy Dr #721 has 0 half baths.
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Carefully review the Condo Association Fees First
Make sure that you know what exactly is included in your condo purchase. What amenities are included in the condo fees to make the condo right for the price? Or, on the other hand, are you going to end up paying for benefits you don’t need? In addition, ask if there is any insurance included. Different condo associations may charge the same amount per month, but one may include some incidental insurance while others may require hefty fees for amenities you may not really need or want. Finally, check the condo association meetings and/or any printed bulletins that result from them. Look for any past or developing issues that you need to take into account.