No matter how much prior experience you have in purchasing a house, land or an apartment. Buying a condo is totally different experience as it involves different purchase and sales contracts.
To avoid any misinformation or bad experience, it is always recommended to hire professional Real Estate agents that have the correct know how and would work according to your needs and requirements and act on your behalf to make you the most lucrative deal possible. There are many reputable firms similar to Abeja District Condos that are in the market and could provide you with excellent service for your property dealing needs.
Once you short list your preferred places, you would be sitting with the team responsible for the community and going through the contract terms and conditions that are endorsed in that specific society. The communication and documentation would be much more simpler if you are dealing with it via an experienced Real Estate agent.
Unless you are planning on purchasing the condo with cash, you should be looking for obtaining the necessary financing in-time to close the deal. Unlike purchasing a single family house, buying a condo is not easily financed by lenders as it is not considered the proper loan product due to the rules outlines by FHA or Federals Housing Program. To obtain an loan which is FHA approved, you need to check and confirm if the condo community you wish to apply for is part of the approved communities with FHA. The approval is only obtained if 80 percent of the condos in the community are occupied by their rightful owners. While you can still receive private mortgage if you wish to purchase a condo, but this will result in a much higher level of cost as most of such loan agents need at least 20 percent of the total cost of the condo to be paid upfront as a down payment.