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?
There are many Sun City communities by Del Web in the Las Vegas valley designed specifically for the over 55 homeowner. I actually call them “summer camp for seniors”, as they are more than just a place to live, they are a place for seniors to thrive socially. They have community centers with a full schedule of activities from various card games to exercise programs to day trips to crafts to book clubs and on and on.
Want to see some homes in Sun City that are for sale right now? Click here for the Sun City Summerlin community;
At the height of the Las Vegas Real Estate market in 2006, high rises were sought after from people from all walks of life who wanted to own a piece of that luxury lifestyle, and when the market began to fall, our high rises may have suffered the most. The plans for a second Trump Tower were scrapped and the 3rd Panorama Tower fell into bankruptcy. That 3rd tower was later purchased and renamed “The Martin”.
Well I just attended a closeout event at “The Martin” and they only have 5 original brand new residences left to sell. That’s quite a turnaround, considering where we were. There are several brand new units available in buildings with at least 5 stories, and of course there are hundreds available in the resale market . . . ranging from under $70,000 up to $38,000,000 currently.
Take a look;
I love the sign that at the west entrance to Rhodes Ranch that looks like the famous “Hollywood” sign. Have you been inside the gates yet? This guard gated golf course community has entrances from the east side on Durango, as well as the west side off of Fort Apache (near the new Wet N Wild water park) and whether you want to live behind the guard gate, or just in that area, it’s a popular community to live and play in. Feel free to do a little window shopping by clicking on this link;
– and if you want to do some actual shopping, just let us know. We can arrange that easily!
You know, Mountain’s Edge . . . located in the southwest corner of the Las Vegas valley . . .
What I really like about the area is that there are a lot of newer homes there. Plenty of them are less then 10 years old. There are great parks, and all of the shopping you need, and it’s far enough from the “Strip” to be away from the “bustle” and close enough to get to work (if you work there) in under 30 minutes.
There are plenty to choose from! Just click this link to see for yourself;