Too Good to Pass Up?

Too Good to Pass Up?

OK, poor skills folks. I have recently (quite recently, like this week) met with a realtor and started viewing properties. I'm not rich, I have bills, but I pay rent already and within a certain price range I thought it might be better to own and build equity, you know? I'm a first-time homebuyer and I didn't realize all the other costs you have to put out...such as holding fees and inspection fees. I started to get a bit nervous. I have the money to put down, you see, but it practically wipes me out temporarily. I was at a point where I thought I would just stay in my rental for a bit longer and save, you know? Specific question: Last night we were out and saw a property. It's just a small condo, two bedroom, one bath, about 773 square feet. It's in pretty pristine condition, the carpet looks brand new, well-taken care of, close to my work (I live in Washington State). The appliances could stand to be updated but they work...and they all stay, including washer and dryer. So, I'm thinking of stopping my search and I find the above property...and guess what? It's only $89,000 dollars, which is practically unheard of in this area. Basically, after I put down those initial costs that wipe out my bank account until I can save again, I'm paying the same for my mortgage that I'm paying for rent now! I'm honestly unsure I will find a deal such as this again. Oh, and to seal the deal, yes, I am prequalified for the mortgage, so if I want it and want to put the money in, it's mine. I'm extremely apprehensive about emptying out my account, so I'm just wondering what people's opinions are...is this too good to pass up from an investment/ownership perspective? HELP! I need to make an offer soon if I want it or someone else is going to take it...
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