Real Estate & Rental Information About the Olympus & West End Alexandria

Features You Can Expect In A 2-BR Home In Alexandria, Virginia

I'd like to introduce you to Stuart N.. Photo of 523 N Armistead St #T2 There's a lot I like about this condo in Alexandria . But is it the right home for you? I'd love to chat about your condominium priorities. It would be my honor and pleasure to help you realize your real estate expectations. Let's take a moment to find out your requirements so that you can realistically figure out whether purchasing a $210,000 2-bedroom 1-baths colonial-style condo in 22312 in the City of Alexandria is for you. As a buyer, you have a lot of choices to make about what's important to you. How many bathrooms do you need? 523 N Armistead St #T2 has 1. What about half-baths? 523 N Armistead St #T2 has 0.
  1. Maybe you should rent? Do you like to live in a place with a lot rentals? Do you prefer to live in a neighborhood with few rentals? Currently for rent at Saxony Square
  2. Do you want the most expensive condo in the enclave, like 511 N Armistead St #303 or do you prefer the least expensive property like 523 N Armistead St #T2.
  3. How many baths do you need? 523 N Armistead St #T2 has 1 full baths. What about half baths? 523 N Armistead St #T2 has 0 half baths.
  4. Do you want upgraded features? Do you like SS appliances, granite counters, dual pane windows? Do you want a “green” home? Do you prefer a handyman special?
  5. Do you have specific paint colors? Or, do you want to paint and pick your own colors?
Do you like working with small family-businesses? Then you’ll love working with a Nesbitt Realty agent.Speak to a real estate professional at (703)765-0300.We’d love the opportunity to show you about why our clients rave about our service.

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New Condos

In newly constructed condos, it’s common to find a sales office onsite at the condominium. And whether you’re buying from a condominium owner or a condo office, it’s a good idea to take a guided tour of facilities and the units that are available for purchase. Of course, many new condominium offices have staff that act as sales agents. Potential condominium owners can make an appointment to meet with a staff sales agent to discuss interest in condo ownership; however, when you’re in the market for a condo, it’s a good idea to employ your own real estate agent rather than rely on the services of the condominium staff. Your real estate agent will have an understanding of the condominium ownership structure and the condominium documents and the real estate agent can explain what this means to you.
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