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Today I just want to provide you with a quick market update on some of the exciting things we’ve been seeing lately in real estate.

Our supply is still very low, especially for homes listed under $300,000. We only have about a month and a half worth of inventory, so things are extremely competitive between the buyers who are out looking for homes.

When we get to price points in the $300,000 and above range, the market balances out a little bit. Sellers are still seeing an advantage, but buyers have

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Housing is easily the biggest expense most people have, and increasing rent prices in expensive coastal cities like Los Angeles are driving more and more people to smaller midwest communities and to a number of other mid-range cities just like Las Vegas. 

According to recent 2016 census figures, there was a noticeable spike in the number of people who left Los Angeles and Orange counties for either lesser expensive parts the state, or simply left the state altogether. 

Fleeing higher-cost cities for a more affordable place to live is hardly a new trend, and something cold-weather cities see fairly regularly. But what makes Las Vegas unique is that more and more home buyers are coming specifically for cheaper real estate prices. Furthermore, Las

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This holiday season the City of Las Vegas comes alive with much more than just its normal glitz and glamour. In fact, the 2017 season is sure to bring a generous selection of shows, events and more, well beyond the infamous Vegas Strip.

Nov 10-Jan 7 

In fact, the big casinos of the Strip have nothing on the Glittering Lights of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Noted as the largest drive-thru light show in the entire state, take a car ride or tram ride past millions of lights, spread out across 2.5-miles of the speedway. The lights are on right now and stay that way through early next year.

Nov 24-Dec 31

For a quarter of a century the Magical Forest has delighted visitors with millions of lights, a train ride, an enchanted carousel and even Santa,

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I just wanted to take a minute to wish you a happy Thanksgiving!

As we approach Thanksgiving, now is a great time to reflect on what we are grateful for.

I am grateful for my family, my wife, my friends, and my past and future clients. I just wanted to take a minute to wish each and every one of you a happy Thanksgiving.

I hope that you have some time this season to sit down and take stock of what you are grateful for. I once heard a saying that goes, “It’s impossible to be angry and grateful at the same time.”

I try to think of that saying when I am presented with any of life’s challenges. I always stop and think of what I am grateful for; it really puts things in perspective.

It’s impossible to be angry and grateful at the

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With the crazy summer heat now in the rearview mirror, there’s hardly a better time to get outside and hit the links here in Las Vegas. As a destination for retirees, tourists, and just about anybody looking to escape the cold once-and-for-all, we’re lucky to have some of the best golf courses and golf course communities in the country situated right here in our own backyard.  

So, regardless of whether you just moved to Las Vegas or only happen to be visiting for a weekend, here’s a quick look at some of our favorite places to get out and play:  

Reflection Bay Golf Club

Neatly positioned within the resort-style community of Lake Las Vegas, Reflection Bay is a prestigious Jack Nicklaus Signature Designed course, which happens to be the only one

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Buying a new home is stressful, especially when you have to sell your current home first.

One question I’ve been getting asked a lot is, “I want to buy another house, but I need to sell my current one first. What should I do?”

This is actually a situation that I’ve been helping a lot of people out with over the years. The first thing we’ll want to do is find out what your current home is worth. We’ll take a look at its condition, then compare it to other homes on the market that are similar. Once we come up with a realistic price, we’ll determine what you’ll net after expenses.

Based on that net, a mortgage lender will be able to determine many things, including how much you’ll need to put down on the new home and what your monthly payments will be. In

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Should you hire a real estate agent to sell your home? I would say yes, and there are a number of reasons why.

Why should you hire a real estate agent to sell your home?

There are many reasons why you should hire an agent, and I’ll highlight a few important ones today.

First of all, there’s the sales price. According to a 2016 study by the National Association of Realtors, sellers who used an agent to sell their home got an average of $60,000 more in the final sales price than For Sale By Owner properties.

An agent can also help you with marketing. Agents have access to hundreds of websites through their MLS and their company. We will put your home on the major search portals that buyers look at these days, such as Zillow, Trulia,

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The new residential options are really heating up in the Las Vegas area where three affordable new construction communities are going up right now.


The first new construction community is Caledonia, set within the traditionally more affluent, master planned community of Summerlin, in the Las Vegas Valley. The home designs include several one- and two-story models, with generally three- to five-bedrooms and up to four-baths. As well, the homes all come with a two-car garage and between nearly 1,900 to upwards of 2,500 square feet of living space.

Close to area dining, shopping and plentiful options in entertainment, homes for sale in Caledonia also supply easy access to I-215, making for an easy commute around the area. As well, the

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The Howard Hughes Corp. is planning a 9-acre, 267-unit residential complex on a site that sits on the northeast corner of Sahara Avenue and Pavilion Center Drive, which is just steps from Downtown Summerlin’s main entrance and the developer’s sprawling open-air mall.

According to a recent report from the Las Vegas Review Journal, the new residential project would offer one and two-bedroom units with floor plans ranging from 667 to 1,358 square feet of living space, which would be spread out over multiple buildings that each rise four stories high.

Plans for the new Howard Hughes Corp. community also include a resident park or dog park, but it’s still unclear what the project will be called, or whether it will feature apartments or condos. But

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Buying a Home in Las VegasBuying a home is already a complex and sometimes stressful process. But if you’re looking to buy a home in what’s widely considered to be a seller’s market, it can get even more challenging, depending on how you position yourself in order to get the best deal possible.

Believe it or not, there are many ways to be competitive as a buyer in a seller’s market, and today, I’ve got four tips that will help you get your offer accepted in today’s seller-friendly Las Vegas real estate market:

1. Choose your agent wisely.

Choosing an agent who has handled hundreds of transactions and has years of experience in the business is crucial in a competitive market like this. It’s the agent that keeps the deal together and makes sure the transaction is

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