Due to the drastic increases in home prices during the Las Vegas real estate boom between 2003-2007, Green Valley Ranch, a beautiful master planned community in Henderson, Nevada, has been hit hard with recent foreclosures and short sales, which have created hundreds of opportunities for savvy property investors.
Once listed as the fastest growing city by the US Census Bureau, and named in 2006 as one of the top 20 cities in America by MONEY Magazine’s annual “America’s Best Places to live,” Henderson still provides an outstanding quality of life for homeowners and renters relocating to Clark County.
With a favorable tax structure for new businesses, it’s own dedicated police, fire and utility services, as well as a thriving Chamber of Commerce, Henderson is the only full-service city in Southern Nevada.
While there are many great deals on condos and townhouses available in Green Valley Ranch and surrounding Green Valley communities, the following list of single family residences for sale under $145,000 should give you an idea of the type of value you can add to your Nevada real estate investment portfolio.
Keep in mind, Shelter Realty is a full-service Las Vegas Property Management company with a qualified leasing staff, as well as a purchase division that understands the unique needs and criteria seasoned real estate investors require.
Please feel free to contact Shelter Realty about connecting you with one of our local real estate professionals that specializes in Green Valley Ranch homes and communities.
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