Thanks for any feedback!
Before you e-mail me, however, check out these articles if you have not seen them already:
Also, read this article b/c this new development, if it happens, will definitely have an impact on CV real estate (positive or negative--no one knows):
[This message has been edited by johnfmh (edited 11-28-2003).]
As far as CV - while it doesn't have an Intrawest type impetus, it does have much better location to major markets. $20-$50 sounds reasonable for a nice (I assume) one-bedroom. I would research the Valley's "barriers to entry" the more restrictions on future building, the better for existing property owners remember supply vs. demand is the key). Research the CV municipals long term plans (zoning, infrastructure, development, etc.) Also, ask about the condo association's financial position. Often fees appear low, only to find out that large assessments are on the way.