The truth is, I love to ‘toot my own horn’.

Now is the time to invest in Las Vegas real estate.

Alright, I’ll admit I have let this blog get ‘stale’, but no more. I have a new motivation! I love being right! Since August, I have been blasting my email list telling them that they should come and invest with me in Las Vegas real estate. Why? Well a number of reasons come to mind. First of all, Las Vegas had the 2nd highest foreclosure rate in the country, it’s true. And most people will run away from that.  DON’T.

  • For more than 15 years, between 5,000 and 8,000 people have moved to Las Vegas – and the trend shows no signs of slowing.
  • The median home price in Las Vegas as reported by the Las Vegas Review Journal on 9-10-08 is only $210,000.
  • Wal-Mart is building a distribution Center just outside of Las Vegas and they require that EVERY vendor have a warehouse within 50 miles.
  • McCarran Airport can no longer handle the volume of traffic, so the city is going to build a second airport.
  • Single family homes can produce positive cashflow as a rental for the first time since 1991 – if you can buy an investment property that will cash flow, then it truly doesn’t matter how long it takes to appreciate, as long as it does (and boy, will it ever!)

Despite the fact that Las Vegas real estate has dropped an additional 28% in the past year, sales are up 15% year over year! This is the part where I tell you how I was right. Forbes Magazine and Forbes.com just released a list of the top 10 cities that you should be buying real estate in. #1? You guessed it! Las Vegas! For the other 9 cities, go to Forbes.com and search for the writer Matt Woolsey. I’m not hear to talk about #2. After all, second place is just the first loser, right?

So, what qualifies me to help you navigate Las Vegas real estate for the best deals?

  • I have purchased over 30 investment properties – I have made money on most yet lost money on others – I have skinned my knees and learned a lot of valuable lessons.
  • I lived in Las Vegas from 1993 to 2003 and am very familiar with the city. In fact I still own and help run a successful Las Vegas business. I have just returned for the sole purpose of investing in real estate.
  • I know the hot areas, I know the war zones.
  • I have solid connections with REO Brokers, contractors, Title companies and more.
  • I have access to a woman whose sole job is to find FREE money for down payments for First Time Homebuyers through local and state programs (if you are looking to live here or flip property she is invaluable).
  • I own the phone number 702-SELL-NOW and run ads to buy houses year ’round in Las Vegas.
  • I also know a secret about WHY Las Vegas will be so profitable over the next 5 years, but I will only share that with serious investors.

Are you a serious investor? Do you want to buy in the real estate market that is poised for maximum long term profit? Whether you are a cash buyer or ready to finance, contact me, and we’ll discuss how I can help you find great investment property in Las Vegas. 

To contact me so I can help you make great decisions on Las Vegas Real Estate, visit www.MyFastEasySale.com, click the “Wholesale Buyers” link, and fill out the form so I can start helping you today!

Author: The Jeff Howard Group powered by Keller Williams Realty Las Vegas

I moved to Las Vegas in 1993 and I have been investing in Real Estate since 2003. I believe in creating win-win scenarios whenever I buy or sell any real estate. I have owned over 50 properties in Idaho, Ohio, South Carolina, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Nevada. Whether you're ready to invest in the Las Vegas valley, or if you want to buy or sell a home here, as your Realtor, I will help you make great decisions and add to your bottom line. Call me today to talk about your next real estate move. 702 SELL NOW (702-735-5669). To see what my past clients have said about my, be sure to visit http://www.JeffHoward.reviews

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