Pet Friendly Condos for Sale in Suffolk County
There are 969 pet-friendly condos for sale in Suffolk County. Prices range from $18,500 (mobile home development) to $2.45M in Northport, NY. Property taxes range from $3,336 to $25, 139.30. Maintenance fees/Common Charges range from $42.00 per month up to $5,040.00 per month. The property taxes and common charges will be factored in when you apply to be preapproved for a mortgage.
We love our pets. They are a part of our family. Being able to buy a pet-friendly condo is important. You also have to know if the condo board has breed and weight restrictions. Due to insurance for the condo development, insurance companies have dog breeds like Rottweilers, Pit Bulls, German Shepherds, etc., on their not allow list. Some Suffolk County condo development have weight limits of up to 20 lbs or even less. Some do not have dog weight restrictions. Do your due diligence and ask before making an offer on any Suffolk County pet-friendly condo.
Suffolk County condos for sale can vary greatly with floor plan layouts. Some are duplexes meaning the condo has 2 or 3 floors. Some will have one floor only while others you would have to choose if you want a condo on the ground floor or upper floors. Some Suffolk County condos can have 1 bedroom or 4+ bedrooms. Do you need a full basement? How about a garage? These are just some of the things you need to consider before buying a condo.
Amenities also vary when it comes to Suffolk County condos. Is a pool, recreation room and gym a top priority for you? Some condo developments have those amenities and some have no amenities. Write a list of what you want and do not want. This will help you to determine what your needs are.
Call Jackie today 631.703.0201 to help you stay on track when buying a Suffolk County Condo.
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