Shannon Wall Centre, a New Presale Condo Development in Vancouver’s Prestigious Kerrisdale Neighbourhood.
At a Glance
Located at 57th Ave & Adera (Just off Granville St)
Situated on a 4-acre heritage estate
LEED Gold Standard construction
Phase 3 Price Range Estimates
Expect 1 bedrooms from the mid-high $500K’s
Expect 2 bedrooms from the low $800K’s
For larger suites and other options, please call 60-4-763-3136.
Shannon Wall Centre is an impressive new development in Vancouver’s tony Kerrisdale neighbourhood. Quite simply, there is nothing like this in the city – high-end condos and townhomes spread across a master-planned, manicured 4-acre estate. Managed by the well-respected Wall Group, it is a unique chance to own in one of Canada’s best postal codes.
There are only 55 units available, and demand will be very strong. Contact me right now for priority registration. Shannon Wall Centre Kerrisdale – An Opportunity to Own a Piece of Vancouver’s History.
Shannon Wall Centre is being developed on the site of the historic Shannon Estate owned by both Austin Taylor and BT Rogers of Rogers Sugar during its storied history. This marvellous 10-acre property has belonged to the Wall family for decades. In its heyday, the grounds hosted lavish weddings and grand parties for Vancouver’s upper-crust.
Now, Peter Wall is realizing his vision to turn the estate into a luxury community centered around the restored mansion, coach house and gate house.
Are Real Estate Commission Fees in Vancouver BC Negotiable?
Yes! – This is the answer that all Realtors in Canada are required to give according to the Federal Governments Competition Act. We Realtors are also require to say that there is no standard rate of real estate commissions for Sellers in Canada.
The Federal Government wants to make sure prospective sellers know that there is not one standard real estate commission rate in Canada and that real estate commissions are negotiable.
That said, how much a Realtor is willing to negotiate on their commission is completely up to individual an Realtor. Also, Realtors are allowed to set their commission at any amount they choose.
Want to know How Much I Charge to Sell a Property?
Consider the example of a Realtor with a lot of business who consistently and regularly sells the properties they list for sale. A Realtor like this does not need to negotiate on commission or will negotiate very little because their services are in demand with sellers.
Realtors like this can turn away prospective sellers with unrealistic commission expectations or negotiating demands.
Remember we Realtors are required to say real estate commissions are always negotiable, but that does not require a Realtor to negotiate on commission as the Realtor can refuse the listing.
One Pacific by Concord Pacific Downtown Vancouver Presale Condo
One Pacific is a new presale condo in Downtown Vancouver’s Yaletown neighbourhood by Concord Pacific. This is going to be a concrete tower located in the parking lots that are bisected by the Cambie Street bridge off ramps just West of BC Place Stadium.
At time of writing, expect a mix of 1 and 2 bedroom suites with 150 suites available for less than $350K. Expect all the suites to have either air-conditioning or air cooling. One Pacific was formerly known as the Southeast False Creek Vancouver Panorama condo development. There will be a ground level commercial component to this development and details will be here as they become available.
Home buyer demand remains below historical averages in the Greater Vancouver housing market. This has led some home sellers to remove their homes from the market in recent months.
The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) reports that residential property sales in Greater Vancouver reached 1,351 on the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in January 2013. This represents a 14.3 per cent decrease compared to the 1,577 sales recorded in January 2012, and an 18.3 per cent increase compared to the 1,142 sales in December 2012.
Last month’s sales were the second lowest January total in the region since 2001 and 18.7 per cent below the 10-year sales average for the month.