Select the home to view and click the link to contact the seller. There you can email the seller and make the offer...he/she chooses to respond to you via this email.
The market value can be provided to you by selecting a real estate broker to run the comparables in the area. You can also purchase an appraisal from a licensed appraiser (not sure if you are asking about your own property or one that you are looking to purchase).Good Luck! Brian Hermann978-828-4105
John:I would recommend definitely contacting the building department with your attorney to determine if there are any building code violations and/or issues with the Town before purchasing the property.Good Luck! Brian HermannBuyer Agent978-828-4105
Depending on your area/state, typically a real estate agent can utilize the listing service or registry of deeds to obtain that information.
The HOA fee's refer to "Home Owner's Association" fees that are typical with condominiums and coops. There is usually a listing of information that lists what is included such as Trash removal, landscaping, master insurance policy, etc. Refer to the listing agent or listing sheet.