At first glance, the condo at 81 Millside seems like it has high condo fees at $612.57/month. But let’s take a closer look: it includes ALL utilities (heat, hydro, water) plus cable television. Similar-sized units in other newer buildings may have fees of only $400/month, but they don’t include any of those extras.
And considering the age of the building, I would rather see a long track record of good management with fees in this range.
As Warren Buffet says, “Price is what you pay, value is what you get.”
Vanier is a great deal for a “detached” (linked by foundation) – and amazingly they’re NOT holding back on offers. Run and don’t walk to this one. Anything close to asking price – even over asking – is a fantastic deal.
And be sure to check out our newest home for sale at 680 Lott Crescent. The video is right here on the page, and you can click this link for even more information. More than 2,600 square feet of living space (including just over 600 in the builder-finished basement) with greenspace and a future walking trail behind. The feedback has been great on this one so far.
Oh and I saw 203 Leiterman yesterday. It’s a Plan 5 corner model, 1624 square feet. The one across the street sold in the $660’s about a month ago, and it was WAY better than this one. I just don’t see $699k happening at all.
108 Charles is one of the nicest lots and properties in Milton. I’m sure part of the $1.3 million price tag is the pie-shaped 134 x 115 foot lot. That land alone is probably worth something in the upper six figures.