My question involves real estate located in the State of: CT
I am looking at some condos in various areas in CT. I saw two that I liked, which were listed with a realtor, that I made offers on. The seller wound up accepting other offers on both - ok.
Is there a way to find out if the listing price is in the area of fair market value? The easy way, is look at other condos in the complex. Which might might work sometimes, but not always. Like the two I mentioned above. The others in the complex that are on the market, and that have sold recently, are different sq ftg, and diff bed/bath amounts. The other similar condos in the complex that would be good for comps, sold 6+ yrs ago.
Of course the realtor is going to tell me that the listing price is in the area of fair market value - they are working for the seller. Any place I can start to do research to see if I am potentially going to pay too much?