Posted by Betsy Graziano on 2/9/2018

This Condo in North Attleboro, MA recently sold for $359,900. This Townhouse,Half-Duplex style home was sold by Betsy Graziano - William Raveis Delta Realtors.

Lot 5 B Greenwich Street, North Attleboro, MA 02760


Sale Price

Full/Half Baths
NEW CONSTRUCTION! Stand alone Duplex condominium on dead end street in area of other new construction! Open floor plan features kitchen with granite counters, stainless appliances, hardwood floors and center island open to dining area with slider to private deck and open to hardwood familyroom with gas fireplace, large entry foyer, and 1/2 bath with granite on first floor. 2nd floor has a master suite with a walk-in closet, 2nd closet, a full bath with shower and granite counters, 2 additional good-size bedrooms (one with a walk-in closet) a 2nd full bath with granite and tile and a 2nd floor laundry. Features include: 1st floor hardwood floors, tile baths, abundance of closet space, open floor plan, private decks and low condo fees! Construction starts soon! Call for more information!

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Posted by Betsy Graziano on 4/11/2016

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.