Do you want potential buyers to see your beautiful hardwood floors, granite countertops and custom built-in bookcases? Well, they won’t if you have furniture, knick knacks, and piles of stuff… read more →
Imagine lying awake at night listening to your brand new Las Vegas golf course home cracking or needing to replace the roof on your new home even before you replace… read more →
The other day I wrote about the first 5 questions you should ask when buying your new Las Vegas Condo. Here are the other 5. Question # 6: Has the… read more →
Think buying a condo is easy? Think again. When you’re buying a condo, there might actually be more to consider than when you’re buying a home. Just knowing what to… read more →
If you’re a first-time home buyer or looking to upgrade to your dream home, there are 10 steps you’ll want to complete before you even start looking at listings of… read more →
Hiring a real estate agent can be a confusing process, especially if you are new to the market and don’t already have someone you know and trust lined up to… read more →
The Las Vegas neighborhood you choose can have a big impact on your lifestyle. Safety, available amenities, and convenience all play their part in your decision. So here are six… read more →
If you’re facing the possibility of losing your Las Vegas home to foreclosure and wonder if your bank can come after you for the remaining balance of your mortgage… yes… read more →
A large percentage of homes for sale in Las Vegas right now are foreclosed homes (also called REO or bank-owned, these are homes that the bank has foreclosed and now… read more →
I ran across a report the other day from Zillow.com that got me thinking about the different types of real estate investors – and the fact that some markets are… read more →
Have you wanted to own a Las Vegas home but figured you could never afford it? Well, when sales prices were in the $300s (or higher) that might have been… read more →
Las Vegas is the #1 real estate market to invest in rental property, according to a report published Monday by HomeVestors of America, Inc. (known as the “We Buy Ugly… read more →
Important announcement if you are considering securing FHA 3.5% down financing for a home in Clark County (Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas, Boulder City), then you have until October 1, 2011 fund on your loan before the loan limits drop from $400,000 to $287,500.
Las Vegas has made several top 10 real estate and economy lists in the past few years, yet this is the first positive mention of our local market that I’ve seen in a while.
If you’re one of the lucky ones out there with a steady job, a nice cushion in savings and an opportunity to buy a new home, you’re shopping in the best house-buying environment available.