Tammy Morrison Real Estate Inc | Fitchburg MA Real Estate Real Estate


This Condo in Leominster, MA recently sold for $130,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Office Fitchburg - Tammy Morrison Real Estate Inc.


79 Meadow Pond Dr, Leominster, MA 01453

Condo

$135,000
Price
$130,000
Sale Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
CHARMING & VERY AFFORDABLE END UNIT TOWNHOUSE IN LEOMINSTER! Nice hardwood flooring in open living/dinning room with sliders to the deck. New granite counters, walk out basement and plenty of storage. Great location for commuting, schools and shopping. Best deal in town!

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79 Meadow Pond Dr, Leominster, MA 01453

Condo

$135,000
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
CHARMING & VERY AFFORDABLE END UNIT TOWNHOUSE IN LEOMINSTER! Nice hardwood flooring in open living/dinning room with sliders to the deck. New granite counters, walk out basement and plenty of storage. Great location for commuting, schools and shopping. Best deal in town!
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Buying a condo requires hard work and patience, particularly for property buyers who are searching for a condo that they can enjoy for years to come. Thus, there are many questions that condo buyers need to ask before they purchase a property, including:

1. What Does the Condo Include?

Although a condo will feature home essentials like bedrooms and bathrooms, there are other factors that condo buyers need to consider as well.

For example, does a condo offer reserved parking? If not, where will you park your car day after day? And if you invite guests to visit, where can they park their vehicles? These are just some of the questions you'll want to consider about a condo before you submit an offer. Ultimately, you'll want to ensure that you are comfortable with everything that a condo has to offer. And if a condo fails to meet your expectations, keep in mind that other properties may be available that satisfy your needs.

2. How Much Are the Homeowners Association (HOA) Fees?

Condo owners usually are responsible for their monthly mortgage costs, along with HOA fees.

HOA fees are used to cover property maintenance costs throughout a condo community. The costs ensure that your neighborhood will feature fresh-cut lawns, clear walkways and other great features that help it stand out from other neighborhoods. At the same time, HOA fees must be considered before you purchase a condo, as these costs can add up quickly.

In many instances, HOA fees may add several hundred dollars to your monthly expenses. As such, you should find out exactly how much your HOA fees will be prior to buying a condo.

Consult with your real estate agent to learn more about a condo community's HOA fees. By doing so, you can budget accordingly.

3. What Are the HOA Rules?

HOA rules may vary from community to community, and you should get a copy of these rules to determine whether they correspond to your lifestyle.

For example, some condo communities feature quiet hours. On the other hand, various condo communities may have rules in place to prevent condo owners from renting out their properties.

Your real estate agent should have no trouble providing you with a copy of the HOA rules for a particular condo community. Examine these requirements closely before you make your purchase decision, and you can understand how the HOA rules will impact your day-to-day life in a condo community.

No one should be forced to settle for an inferior condo. Fortunately, employing a real estate agent with condo experience can help you speed up the process of finding a terrific condo.

With support from an experienced real estate agent, you can browse a broad array of condos in any city or town. Plus, your real estate agent can offer details about HOA fees and rules, along with provide expert tips to help you secure the perfect condo at a great price.

Collaborate with a real estate agent, and you can improve your chances of discovering your ideal condo.


LOOKING TO MOVE RIGHT IN WITH NO WORK…THIS IS THE PROPERTY FOR YOU! Beautifully updated 3 level townhouse that features 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths and so much to offer. Kitchen has top of the line stainless appliances, Quartz counters, tile floor and sliders to back yard/deck. Spacious bright living room with gleaming hardwood flooring and ceiling fan. Plenty of storage with oversized closets and pull down stairs to attic. This perfect gem is fully applianced which includes stainless washer/dryer and a garage. Don't miss out!

This is a Townhouse style home and features 4 total rooms, 1 full bath, 1 half bath, 2 bedrooms, and is currently available for $149,900.

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Could condo living be for you? For many condominium living can be an attractive alternative to a single family home. The price per square foot of a condo is often less than a single family home. Before you make the leap to condo living make sure to do your homework to see if it truly is the best choice for you. Here is a checklist of a few things you may want to consider before signing on the dotted line.
  • Condominiums have monthly maintenance fees.
  • Check with the condominium association to see what the annual increase in the monthly maintenance fee has been for the past few years.
  • What is the percentage of residents are current with their monthly association payments. Look for about ninety-seven percent of the development's residents to be current with their monthly payments.
  • What percentage of the association fees are dedicated to a reserve fund. A good number would be at least 10 percent of the association's annual budget.
  • What are the condition of the condo's roof and major mechanical systems? When were they last replaced or repaired. When the condo requires big upgrades, costly "special assessment" fees are passed on to the homeowners.
Most importantly try and talk to some of the residents. They can be your most valuable resource for learning about the development's pros and cons of the condominium development.



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