A new year often bring new changes. Are you ready to live in Summerlin? You can buy a home from under $55,000 to almost $13,000,000. Would you like to at least see what is available? C’mon, you know you are curious. Click the link to search.
I love 2-4 unit properties as an investment. If you buy a 4-plex, and you have one vacancy, you still have 3 tenants paying you. And did you know that loans for 1-4 unit residential properties have exactly the same requirements? Do any of these investment properties catch your eye?
This morning only about 6% of the active listings in the Las Vegas valley are foreclosures. Want to buy one? Here, click the link to take a look at what is still available!
As a buyer, it’s nice to have choices, and the area near Providence and Centennial Hills has more “supply” than most of the rest of the valley. That means less competition for buyers and (typically) better values. Check out some of the house there by clicking this link;
I know it’s cold right now. my phone says it’s only 36 degrees. However this summer, wouldn’t it be nice to go for a dip in your own back yard? If you said yes, here are some houses for sale with pools in a mid-price range;
In the past several years, Downtown Las Vegas has seen many positive changes. When I moved to the city in 1993, downtown was not desirable place to hang out at all. Slowly, over the years, and beginning with the Freemont Street Experience, the downtown has seen a ton of positive changes. So many, that now the houses built in that area the 1940’s-1960’s have been slowly being renovated. In the John S Park region and the historic Huntridge neighborhood, there are some really charming houses and plenty of fixer-uppers too. It’s a great for a first-time homebuyer or just someone who doesn’t want all of the houses to look the same. Check out what’s for sale down there;
The average price of a house in Las Vegas is about $205,000 and I wondered what kind of house you could buy in Las Vegas today, for that average price; Want to see?