How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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Schoolhouse Rock

Hey, you know that cool school house on Madison? The one that's been converted into condos? Right next to the police station (that's been converted into a newspaper)? Yeah, they've got a condo up for $120G, which works out to between $800-$1000 a month depending on how one shops around for a mortgage. This is exactly the neighborhood I want and a great price. Cool building, and hopefully the insides are as nice as the outsides. I've emailed the agent and will call him tomorrow.

EDIT:

Got some more details, and the place looks pretty good. 960SqFt (I was worried about the size, but that's pretty big- at least for us). The only thing that makes me squick a little bit is the fact that it's a ground floor condo. It's not on the street, but "ground floor" makes me a little hesitant. Not so hesitant that I won't take a look though. I want to check the place out, get a feel for it, and take muneco's advice and at least talk to a buying agent.
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