I'm a full-time Realtor specializing units in Arlington County.
I'd like to say that this unit in Arlington County is a great purchase for $758,000 but I can't. That's because when one calculates the value of a home the single biggest variable is the buyer. If it's not the right home for my buyer client, it's not the right home.
My desire in this post is to help you organize your desires, so that you can move forward in your real estate search. What do you absolutely need from your home? What would be nice if you could find it? What do you know about Ballston? Did you know that 821 N Wakefield St has the highest priced unit in the neighborhood? Do you know that 1001 N Randolph St #412 has the lowest advertised price in the neighborhood.
- How important is it that you stay in 22203? Have you considered neighboring areas?
- The highest priced condominium at Ballston is listed for $1,275,000. Do you know if 888 N Quincy St #512 is a good value?
- What style of condominium do you prefer? If you like tiny units, you'll love the neighborhood around Ballston.
- Is the cooling system important to you? Did you know that this neighborhood's most common cool systems are central a/c?
- Do you need to think about resale value? Do you know what units have sold for in Ballston? Here's what has Recently sold at Ballston.
This is just a hint of the discussion we need to have about your condo needs. I want to find the right home at the right time.