Have you put this into the BP calculator?
I'd run it through one of the BP calculators or your own calcs. At first glance $1,300 rent to $63,000 purchase price passes the 1% and 2% rule so it would probably cash flow. I'm not sure what CCMUA is. Unsure if renter or owner is paying condo fees, CCMUA, other expenses/ utilities, if condo fees include property mgmt., etc. Depends on your mortgage options and opportunity cost of what you'd use that cash on if you kept it. A mortgage without PMI might be a good option.
CCMUA is water/sewer. I would be paying all expenses listed.
gross annual rent minus all expenses with equal and that income of $9620 with no mortgage
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