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Real Estate Objectives For Your Super Luxury Condo In 22033 In Fairfax County

My name is Alan Clerinx. I'm a local agent and I work hard everyday in and around condos in 22033 in Fairfax County. Photo of 11 Rainier Dr I like 11 Rainier Dr. This condominium at Pender Oaks in 22033 in Fairfax looks like a good value for several reasons. However, I'm not recommending you buy this property in particular. That's because, until I know your goals there is no way for me to know if this is the right home for you. I'd like to chat about your essentials so that you can realistically learn whether purchasing a sprawling 3-bedroom condo in 22033 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? 11 Rainier Dr has 2. What about half-baths? 11 Rainier Dr has 1.
  1. How much can you afford? Does your budget have any room to move up or down?
  2. Do you want the most expensive condo in the community, like 03 Rainier Dr or do you prefer the least expensive condo like 21 Rainier Dr.
  3. Residents at Pender Oaks enjoy additional benefits from this community..
  4. Do you care about amenities? Condominiums at Pender Oaks offer additional benefits from this community..

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Alan Clerinx
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Is A Condo Right For You?

People choose condominium life for a number of reasons. Some condos are less expensive than a traditional single-family house. Additionally, many condos have added amenities and facilities which an individual cannot afford on his own. Most condominiums have amenities you won’t find on a similarly priced single family residence. For example, a typical condo has (at minimum) a pool, a work-out room, and party room. A similarly priced house would not enjoy these amenities. Another benefit of condo living is that owners share in the burden of maintenance and lawn care. This means that some of the exterior maintenance and lawn care is provided by the condo association and the expense of that care is part of your monthly condo fee. Many older condos have utilities included in the price of the condo fee. In new condos it is more typical to share the cost of water, but individually pay for other utilities. Condo life in some ways is simpler for active lifestyles. Many condo owners choose condo life because they love life and they don’t want to be bogged down with maintaining a lawn or cleaning gutters. A condo owner can walk out the back door and enjoy a dip in the pool while the other guy is spending time writing checks to pay his utilities.
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