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    How about letting your lowly closets help sell your Vegas home? Closets are a valuable commodity when it comes to selling your home these days. Most people know how desirable good closet space is, and the homebuyers viewing your home are probably no exception to this rule. Don't be fooled by ...
  Investing in real estate in the Las Vegas area can be a profitable endeavor for a savvy investor who knows what they're doing. Some investors in rental properties report annual returns which are often better than returns from other types of investments. Investing in real estate does come with i...
      Here in Las Vegas and the surrounding areas, the real estate market is finally looking up! As everyone knows, home values had dropped drastically over the last few years leaving us with one of the worst real estate markets in the country. Sales were down, and many people were waiting till t...
Most people who put their Las Vegas homes on the market want to sell them sooner rather than later. Staging your home is one of the tricks of the trade that you may want to consider when selling your home quickly and for a great price. Here are a few tips to get you started: 1. For now, this home...
  Once you've negotiated a deal on the home of your dreams in Las Vegas or the surrounding areas, you may be wondering what to expect when it comes to the closing costs that go along with purchasing a new home. Closing costs usually end up being between 2 and 6 percent of the purchase price. Wher...
Many retirement communities have settled in the Las Vegas valley including North Las Vegas, Henderson, and Las Vegas. Once you hit retirement, it can be a challenge on deciding where to live out the rest of your life and what you are looking for in a retirement community. Today, with Las Vegas ho...
Before putting your Las Vegas house on the market, make it stand out among the others for sale in your area. Buyers feel more comfortable purchasing a home that has been well cared for because if what they can see is maintained, what they can't see has probably also been maintained. The little th...
Times are tough, especially in the housing market.  However, if you are in the market to buy a home or investment property, now is the time to take advantage of the low Las Vegas home prices and deals that you can get on foreclosures and short sales. While foreclosure sales this spring accounted ...
  In todays Las Vegas housing market, there are many types of investors that can benefit by the low home prices. You don’t have to be looking for a vacation home or strictly an investment property; you can consider a home for your student.   If you have a child attending UNLV in the fall, it’s wi...
There are many positive aspects to living in Las Vegas; however for many, the summer heat is not one of them. Having to depend solely on your air conditioner to keep your home cool all summer is costly and energy consuming.  Here are a few options to keep the heat out of your Las Vegas home while...

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