Far too often Sellers in Vancouver agree to do things that they don’t end up doing. In a Vancouver Real Estate transaction this could result in a Buyer being responsible for thousands of dollars in repairs or future payments if a Seller does not do what they agree to do.
A Hold Back is a very good way to ensure that what a Seller agrees to in an Accepted Offer actually gets done.
James Living, a new Presale in Southeast False Creek by Cressey Developments
James is new presale condo located at 290 West 1st. Avenue in Vancouver’s Southeast False Creek by Cressey Developments. The building is located on West 1st Avenue between Crowe Street and Cook Street with the 1st Avenue side of the building facing South. This Vancouver presale condo will have 155 units in a 13 level tower and a 4 level low rise pedestal. James Living is expected to complete in the Summer of 2012 and will be LEED Silver ensuring a light environmental footprint.
(***Please see the price list and floor plans for James Vancouver below. ***)
This building is a higher end luxury development designed with end users in mind as presale buyers as opposed to more investor oriented buildings nearby. James Vancouver willContinue Reading…
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