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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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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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Add Value To Your Las Vegas HomeWhether you are looking to sell your home or just add value to it, here are five renovations you can do that will make it look a whole lot better:

1. Curb appeal and landscaping.

The best thing you can do is spruce up your landscaping. Get rid of that old grass with crushed decorative rock or plant shrubbery. It’s also a good idea to paint your front door or replace its hardware.

2. Kitchen remodels.

Quartz countertops are rapidly replacing granite as the most popular option for homeowners. White cabinets with open shelving are also very popular. Look into replacing old sinks and update your faucets by installing brushed chrome or antique bronze fixtures.

3. Smart home automation.

If you are looking to replace HVAC systems, audio and

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Thinking of making a move to Las Vegas or perhaps buying a vacation property here but are concerned about all the warnings relating to water usage and availability in the future? Don’t be.

In a fabulous piece published on the Las Vegas-Review Journal, the on-going issue about water levels in Lake Mead and other natural water resources was investigated head-on, and on the surface, it might be easy to assume the worst.

As noted, the Las Vegas area continues to see incredible growth in both tourism and full-time residency, which of course can seem troublesome when it comes to an already dicey water situation. In fact, according to some studies, Clark County is expected see a jump in full-time residents from 2.1 million to 2.7 million people by 2035, while

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If you’re at all familiar with the Las Vegas condo market, you don’t need us to tell you that the Veer Towers, located at 3722 S. Las Vegas Boulevard, offer some of the most desirable living spaces you’ll find anywhere in the city. From thoughtfully designed kitchens with earthly finishes and warm wood tone accents to incredibly soothing bathroom surrounds that are sure to make you feel like you’re at the spa, it’s easy to fall in love with what Veer Towers provide to home buyer, and usually after only just one visit to the complex.


But along with all the fabulous private living spaces, Veer Towers is also a location in town that provides residents with some pretty spectacular common amenities and services that go a long way in enhancing the daily life

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Living in the heart of CityCenter is certainly a high priority for many Las Vegas home buyers, and if you’re also looking to combine that near-perfect location with a fabulous full-amenity building with unparalleled lifestyle features and striking interiors, there’s no better place to begin your new home search than at the one-of-a-kind new Veer Towers.


Completed back in 2007, the Veer Towers consists of two 37-story glass towers, but unlike a typical high-rise, these particular buildings have a distinct 5 degree lean, making each an architectural masterpiece that has reshaped the already unmistakable Las Vegas skyline.

Five separate layouts are available inside Veer Towers: studio floor plans, executive one bedroom floor plans, one bedroom floor plans,

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Las Vegas Homes with a Mountain View

Although some people might associate Las Vegas with bright lights, endless entertainment, and some of the hottest nightlife in the country, others know the Las Vegas area for its scenic desert landscape with jaw-dropping views of the Spring Mountains. And for those of us who call Las Vegas home on a full-time basis, there’s certainly much more to this great American city than just casinos, chapels and hotels—and much of that other appeal begins and ends with the awesome natural beauty that, in many ways, also helps define Las Vegas as we know it.

Nearly every home buyer has quite the list of needs and wants in a new place to live, and for many home buyers here in Vegas, a picturesque view of the mountains is usually somewhere near the top.

It’s almost a

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Las Vegas Homes For Sale with a Pool

If you’re looking for a new home in Las Vegas, let’s face it—you want a pool. Whether you’re from the Las Vegas area or will be moving here for the first time, you don’t need us to tell you it can get hot out here in the desert. REALLY HOT. And when it comes down to it, there’s no better way to cool down than having the luxury of your very own private pool out in the backyard.

Featured below are all Las Vegas homes for sale with pools. As you might notice, some offer large pools with expansive backyards that are perfect for entertaining, while others feature nothing more than a small pool that’s perfect for sitting back, relaxing, and taking in the warm Las Vegas area climate.

For more information about Las Vegas houses for sale with a pool, simply

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Las Vegas Real Estate: 2015 Market Update

With the first quarter of 2015 already in the rearview mirror, we thought now might be a good time to reflect on how the Las Vegas area real estate market is faring. According to a report just recently released by the Las Vegas Association of Realtors, home sales overall in Southern Nevada are continuing to rise, with March showing a pretty substantial increase from January and February.

The total number of homes, condos, and townhomes sold in March was recorded at 3,358, up 37% from 2,452 in February and right around 8.5% from this time last year. Although it’s fairly typical to see a surge in sales activity with the arrival of the spring season, it’s been nearly a decade since the Las Vegas area has seen a jump like this.  

Of those 3,358 sales last

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