February 2016

Found 3 blog entries for February 2016.

Don’t Let Your Home Search Leave You Lost in the Forest

Buying a home in the internet "Should" be easier than ever.  Instead of driving from one open house to the next, you can leisurely look at homes while having your morning coffee.

With so many websites offering access to listings, it’s easy to get confused.  You find a home that looks perfect while standing in line at the Post Office.  You get back home and can’t remember which website it was on.  You don’t see the same house anywhere.   

A few days later you find one that looks perfect at an incredible price.  You call the “featured” agent next to the listing.  That agent has never heard of the house.  They’re nice enough to look the address up in the MLS.  It isn’t currently listed for

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Housing Market in 2016

Las Vegas Real Estate NewsThe stock market volatility has not dampened home prices.  A Forbes' article examines reasons home prices appreciated 7.6% over the past twelve months.  As NAR's Chief Economist Lawrence Yun explains, the continuing home price appreciation is a result of low inventory.  The number of homes built from 2009-2015 didn’t keep up with the combined demands of population growth and homes that are no longer usable.  Add continued low interest rates and 2016 still looks promising for the Real Estate market.

What’s For Sale in Las Vegas and Henderson

As of today there are 6543 single family homes listed for sale.  We find 2289 condos, townhomes and high rise properties listed.  Buyers have a total of 8832 homes available today.  Over

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Las Vegas Luxury High Rise Condos - What SOLD in January 2016

We’re starting February with 529 condos available in Las Vegas top high rise buildings.  That’s up from last month’s 500 and up from 480 a year ago.  

The current options include ten short sales and six foreclosures.  The lowest price for a short sale is a one bedroom condo at Panorama Towers.  Unit 702 in Tower 2 is listed for $189,888.  The most expensive short sale is unit 3303 at Turnberry Place Tower 2.  This 4007 sf residence is listed at $1.35M.  Bottom price for a foreclosure is unit 409 at Allure.  The one bedroom condo is listed for $164,900.  Most expensive foreclosure is unit 1204 at ONE Queensridge Place Tower 2.  The 3100 sf residence is listed for $1.65M.  It sold for

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