6th & Fir A New Presale Condo in Vancouver’s Fairview Neighbourhood
6th & Fir Pre Sale condo development located at the northeast corner of West 6th Avenue and Fir Street in Fairview. This will be a 46 or 47 suite (suites may be combined by the Westbank) concrete tower with generally 4 homes per floor.
The tower will be 15 levels with 18 floors (Asian style numbering with no 4’s). Y Yoga will be leasing commercial space on the lower level of the building for 5 years for a yoga studio and will give 2 free memberships for 5 years for all homes at 6th + Fir. The Developer will be attempting to get LEED certification (No specific level set) and will be using sustainable materials.
Welcome to How to Buy a Presale Condo in Vancouver 1. This is the first in a series of videos that will explain in detail the process of buying a pre-construction or off plan property in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
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My name is Mike Stewart, and I am a top producing and award winning Realtor in Vancouver and I specialize in Pre Sale Condos. Since 2005, I have helped my clients purchase Presale condos all over Vancouver and Pre-Sales make up a good portion of my Real Estate business.
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