September 2015

Found 5 blog entries for September 2015.

Newport Lofts Luxury Loft Style CondoAs seen on FOX News, "The Property Man" Show, this contemporary loft style condo can be yours.  Enjoy the great location near all  the excitement of the Downtown Las Vegas scene.  Walking distance to the thriving Arts District and First Friday.  Convenient to the Premium Outlet Mall, World Market Center and The Smith Center.  The area is attracting lots of trendy new restaurants and clubs.  There's always the excitement of Fremont Street.

Newport Lofts has established itself as THE place to call home.  It's perfect for anyone who enjoys a great location with terrific amenities.  The building boasts one of the nicest rooftops in all our Las Vegas high rise buildings.  

  • Enjoy the rooftop pool with views of the Red Rock Mountians and the Strip.  
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Buying a Home in a Market That Favors Sellers

Late last year, we published "What Every Seller Should Know About Today's Home Buyers".   It's crucial for sellers to understand how much info buyers have available online.  It's also a good idea for buyers to understand the mindset of today's sellers.  This is especially true in a market like ours where low inventory gives sellers an advantage.

Today's Home Sellers - Motivated Not Desperate

Today's homes for sale are returning to traditional listings.  Short sales and foreclosures make up 14% of the homes listed for sale in Las Vegas.  When you do find a foreclosure or short sale, they aren't the bargain of yesteryear.  Banks are pricing them to sell but they've stopped giving them away.

First Time Home Buyers

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Homes For Sale in Las Vegas and Henderson

Ready to buy a home in the Las Vegas area?  The Greater Las Vegas MLS has 7757 single family homes available for buyers.  Condos, town homes and high rise condos add another 2357 options.  We have a total of 10,114 properties available today.  That's the first time we've crossed the 10,000 mark since December 2014.  It's about the same number of homes available as we found a year ago.  In September 2014 there were 10,161 homes available.

Las Vegas Real Estate and Homes For SaleWhile the number of homes listed for sale is edging a little higher, we saw the same pattern in the Fall of last year.  We've sold an average of 2478 homes per months for the past year.  At that rate, the current inventory of homes would last 4 months if no new homes became

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Luxury High Rise Condos For Sale in Las Vegas

Today's high rise buyers have 495 options available.  Down slightly from the 521 units listed last month.  And the fourth month with a decline in high rise condos listed for sale.  It's still higher than the 424 high rise listings from a year ago.

Three of the current listings are short sales.  Six of them are foreclosures.  Lowest priced foreclosure continues to be unit 2319 at Palms Place.  This studio unit has been listed for 215 days with an original starting price of $199,000.  The price dropped to $155K yesterday.  Highest priced foreclosure is unit 803 at Metropolis.  The 2732 sf unit features 2 beds and 2 baths in 2 stories for $467K.  

Las Vegas High Rise Condos For SaleWhere are the bargains?  Lowest prices per square foot

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Ready to move but worried about how long it will take to sell your current home?  One of the most trying parts of selling a home is the waiting game.  Waiting for buyers to come see your home.  Waiting for an offer.  Waiting for the closing day.  Having a home sit on the market for months while you're ready to move on is never fun.  Lowball offers are more likely as your home sits on the market.  

You'll find Realtors who will advertise that they'll sell your home fast or buy it themselves.  As our Realtor friend, Bill Gassett explains, "guaranteed sale programs are gimmicks".  Yes, the agent will be happy to buy your home at a 30% discount.  If you want to sell your home fast, there are some steps you should take.

Hire a Great Realtor

Not all

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