Real Estate Sales & Rental Info About Condominiums in Northern Virginia

Is A Condominium-home Like 6137 Leesburg Pike #606 In 22041 In Falls Church What You're Looking For?

Photo of 6137 Leesburg Pike #606 Andrew is a local Realtor specializing condominiums in 22041. 6137 Leesburg Pike #606 is an interesting property with a lot of potential. But it's not important to me that you buy this property, or any particular affordable 1-bedroom condominium in Falls Church. It's more important to me that you do what's right for you. Photo of 6137 Leesburg Pike #606 The agents at Nesbitt Realty love to show you how to organize your priorities and then put our experience to work for you. It would be my honor and pleasure to help you realize your real estate dreams in Falls Church. My objective with this write-up is to help you settle your needs, so that you can move forward in your real estate search in Falls Church. You have a lot of options in Fairfax County even if you're only interested in 22041. To get the home you want, firstly you need to know what you want and what you can afford.
  1. What type of heating system do you prefer? Electric? Maybe you like natural gas or the warmth of an oil furnace? The most typical heating system in this neighborhood is forced air.
  2. Do you like combination condominiums? Do you prefer brick or siding? What type of siding?
  3. Do you need a handicap accessible condo? Do you like steps?
  4. Do you care about amenities? Condominiums at Lafayette offer additional benefits from this community..
  5. How important is it that you stay in 22041? Have you considered neighboring areas?

How Much Do Similarly-Sized Condos Cost In Falls Church?

Budget (1 to $300,000)6 Active

How Big Are Similarly-Priced Condos On The Market In 22041?

Tiny (1 to 600 sqft)2 Active

Similarly Priced

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Realtor Julie Nesbitt
Condominiums and townhouses offer an affordable option to single-family homes in many markets, and they’re ideal for those who appreciate a maintenance-free lifestyle. But before you buy, make sure you do your legwork. These are some of the important elements to consider:


Some condos have storage lockers, but usually there are no attics or basements to hold extra belongings.

Outdoor space

Yards and outdoor areas are usually smaller in condos, so if you like to garden or entertain outdoors, this may not be a good fit. However, if you dread yard work, this may be the perfect option for you.


Many condo properties have swimming pools, fitness centers, and other facilities that would be very expensive in a single-family home.


Many condos have onsite maintenance personnel to care for common areas, do repairs in your unit, and let in workers when you’re not home — good news if you like to travel.


Keyed entries and even doormen are common in many condos. You’re also closer to other people in case of an emergency.

Reserve funds and association fees

Although fees generally help pay for amenities and provide savings for future repairs, you will have to pay the fees decided by the condo board, whether or not you’re interested in the amenity.


The ease of selling your unit may be dependent on what else is for sale in your building, since units are usually fairly similar. Condo rules Although you have a vote, the rules of the condo association can affect your ability to use your property. For example, some condos prohibit home-based businesses. Others prohibit pets, or don’t allow owners to rent out their units. Read the covenants, restrictions, and bylaws of the condo carefully before you make an offer.


You’re much closer to your neighbors in a condo or town home. If possible, try to meet your closest prospective neighbors.  
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