Fantastic location and simply super-cute with great ambiance.
Open House Sunday 12-3 pm.
Contact your lender for more information.
Down payments requirements will increase from 3% to 5 %.
A lot of the fabulous vintage buildings on Capitol Hill, Queen Anne and even the U-District are co-ops. How are co-ops different from condos. Ownership is held differently. You own a condo, with a co-op you own stock in the co-op, a non-profit entity.
Co-ops typically are somewhat cheaper to purchase than comparable condos. Things to remember: 5% down are required on a co-op. Interest rates a a tad higher than on comparable condos. However, property taxes are included in the HODs, together with other items such as hot water, for example for some co-ops. No FHA allowed. All lending goes throught the National Cooperative Bank.
Putting interest rates in perspective:
Courtesy of Ken Pearson/Sterling
Own a condo? It makes a lot of sense to attend your HOA (Home Owner Association) meetings. As a condo owner it's important to stay in the know regarding the financial condition of the condo complex. This includes knowing about potential special assessments or issues that may have to be addressed.
This is especially crucial if you are planning to sell your unit.
Today…12/12/12……..historic……..how many years before a similar event?
Meantime, enjoy the Christmas ships, either aboard or ashore. Check the schedule for details:
This enchanting Lake Washington waterfront property is unique: no dock and all the worries that go along with that! Imagine a quiet, peaceful paddle on a perfect evening, no motor noise. Just you and your fleet of kayaks, canoes or sunfish sailboats.
Ask questions at the Open House:
When: October 17, 2012 from 6:30-8:30 pm.
Where: Council Chambers
Lake Forest Park
17425 Ballinger Way NE
Lake Forest Park Waterfront Living!
Great location, close to the BG Trail, a stroll away from Third Place Books, the Library, Farmers' Market….
Convenient public transportation to Downtown Seattle, the Eastside, Everett…