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Beautiful Vista home in Summerlin West boasts open floor plan with cathedral ceilings. Stunning stairway graces your entrance, gorgeous granite highlights open kitchen, terrific breakfast nook as well as separate family room continue to add to this home’s charm. Magnificent master bath features double sinks and huge walk in closet. This one is a must see! Click here for more details.
This home is fabulous for entertaining! Lots of renovations have been completed. New paint & carpeting throughout home, granite counter tops and back splash in the kitchen. New light fixtures and stainless steel appliances. Newly redone cabinets throughout the home! Click here for more details.
Stunning 4- bedroom home in gated-community. Many upgrades through to include R50 in ceilings and 2 new A/C units! Enter through gated front entrance and full leaded glass double front doors. Beautiful upgraded wood floors, solar screens on all windows. Kitchen overlooks family room and features granite counter tops. Separate master with huge master bath. Professionally landscaped yard with huge covered patio. Click here for more details.]]>
Summerlin is an upscale award-winning community that is slowing becoming the pride of Las Vegas when it comes to master-planned communities. New houses for sale in Summerlin, NV continually evolve to address the everchanging lifestyle of families and individuals.
Summerlin offers distinct floorplans to serve different living options. This is what makes Summerlin living unique.
This alluring home, located in Summerlin West, inside the gated community of Serrano, will definitely play with your senses. It has an open gourmet kitchen, stunning etched glass dual shower, walk-in closets, coffered ceilings and a highly desired floorplan. The outside living space is just as charming. It boasts an elegant front courtyard and fabulous backyard equipped with a sparkling pool and spa, perfect for entertaining guests.
This exquisite Summerlin home has a beautiful kitchen complete with upgraded appliances. The bathroom has a huge, desirable bathtub and open shower, custom organizational system in the Master bedroom, huge pool in the backyard and covered patio to complete this stunning home.
Looking for a home built to entertain guests? Check out this newly renovated home located at Bianca Bay Summerlin. Fresh paint, new carpeting throughout, new backsplash in the kitchen, new light fixtures, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, refashioned cabinets, plus a sparkling pool and jacuzzi.
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Hoover Dam remains to be one of the biggest and most illustrious dams on the planet. This distinctive structure boasts not only of beauty but also of strength. Until 1948, it was the biggest producer of hydroelectricity. Today, it’s a historic landmark that draws 7 million visitors annually.
Families and individuals who visit Hoover Dam don’t just come to view the majestic structure but also to enjoy the tour, go boating, sailing, fishing and other recreational activities that Lake Mead has to offer.
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So you’ve decided to decorate your house, now what? The next step is to figure out if you’re going to do it yourself or hire a professional decorator. You’ll have to weigh the options here very carefully; if you choose the wrong option, you could spend a bunch of money or end up with a big mess. If you’re not sure how to take on your decorating dilemma, read on.
Before you decide to DIY it, ask yourself these questions:
If you’re sure you can do the project yourself but still need someone to show you the ropes, there is a way to bridge the gap between DIYing it and hiring a pro, which means it will cost you less.
Decorating your home means showing off your skills and personal taste to family, friends and even strangers. You can take full credit for the look of your home, which can provide a sense of accomplishment. And for some of us that sense of fulfillment is all the reward we need.
Another benefit of DIYing a home project is that you can do it in stages and within your allowable budget for each stage. You get flexibility on your cashflow and you don’t need to stress about it trying to come up with money to meet a deadline.
A big disadvantage is that you could potentially mess things up. Yeah, that comes with the territory. And instead of saving money, you could end up spending more.
Another disadvantage is that a big chunk of home furnishings are sold to “trade only” designer showrooms, which means that if you see something that you really, really like, it may not be available to you.
Naturally, hiring a designer gives you access to a wide selection of trade-only products. You can be sure that your home will be furnished with beautiful pieces that will reflect your style and personality from fabrics to wall papers, to colors, and furniture. They can tailor-cut what you want to see and feel in your home and make sure that what you have will not only be of beauty but also of durability.
The cost of working with an interior decorator is what turns a lot of homeowners away because they are never cheap. Finding the right one to team up with is not easy. Be sure that you are able to communicate every tiny detail to your home decorator and confirm that he or she understands what you want.
If you’re on a stiff budget, choose a designer who knows how to work with your numbers. Don’t choose someone who is used to working with high-figures. And lastly, don’t expect a low-budget novice to turnover works like that of Albert Hadley, Alexa Hampton, or Nancy Lancaster. You’re only setting up yourself for disappointment.
Have you decided on which route to take? Are you going to DIY it or hire a professional designer? What home design strategy are you planning to do? Share your thoughts with us, we’d love to hear from you. Leave your comments in the field below.]]>
Free Video Transcript Download Las Vegas Real Estate Market Update – Oct 2014 Transcript
Bottomline, the market will continue to stabilize and while that’s happening, today’s buyers will have more room to negotiate on sealing those deals.
If you want to get more details on what’s going on in the Las Vegas real estate market in October, watch today’s video. Curious about what your investment is worth or how much your current property is worth? Click Here.
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Free Video Transcript Download Las Vegas Real Estate Market Update Data Analysis October 2014 Transcript
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Summerlin, an affluent master-planned community in Las Vegas, Nevada has long-awaited for the arrival of its very own Summerlin mall that will compliment its very diverse lifestyle. Downtown Summerlin, the Summerlin mall, is more than just a shopping center. It’s a huge statement announcing Southern Nevada’s improving economy after the great recession.
This is a huge accomplishment for a city that took some of the hardest punches of the economic bust just some years ago. Clearly, this is the sign of economic growth.
The Summerlin mall boasts 1.6 million square-feet of pure shopping and dining bliss. It’s right in the heart of Summerlin, along 215 Beltway between Sahara Ave. and Charleston Blvd.
Downtown Summerlin is the much awaited retail event of the year. It took nearly a decade to complete, but it’s well worth the wait. Jeremy Aguero, principal analyst to Applied Analysis, a consulting firm, said “That’s a long time to go without a big, new project for a community that’s geared for growth.”
Aguero adds, “Just the fact that you’re seeing reinvestment, particularly in a project that had stalled and was nothing more than a steel cage for a few years, is extremely important from both a psychological and economic standpoint. Is it harbinger of things to come, or some metaphorical corner that reflects we’re an economy in recovery and not in recession? All of those things are true. Think of what a partially constructed, empty building means. People who drove by Downtown Summerlin saw it every day. It was a symbol of just how difficult a time we went through as a community and an economy. Now it represents the opposite – a reflection that the market has turned.”
Tom Warden, VP Marketing for Howard Hughes Corp., said “This represents investments that are so significant that they wouldn’t be made if there were huge question marks hanging over our recovery. So it’s kind of leading the way in that sense.”
Matt Bear, VP of CB Richard Ellis Group Inc. said, “I think everyone is going to be excited that it’s open.”
Already a lot of calls have been received by Aguero from businesses who suddenly became inspired by this gigantic shopping mall, they want to be in the loop. These are signs of more things to come to Vegas.
Many will benefit from Downtown Summerlin, specifically Summerlin residents who are already thrilled because this will definitely boost their home’s value.
Summerlin’s Paseos and Mesa are already unveiling new products in anticipation of buyers who will get enticed by more developments coming to Vegas.
Interested in the Summerlin area? Want to check out real estate opportunities in Summerlin? Reach out to us. Our team driven real estate professionals are experts in Summerlin. Contact us today!]]>
Selling or buying a home is no laughing matter. Proper representation is crucial, whether you’re buying or selling your property. Sellers who FSBO are at risk of leaving more money on the table, while buyers who don’t use a buyer’s agent may lose their chance on the negotiation table.
According to NAR, 88% percent of buyers used agents to buy their homes. The same number is reflected on the sellers side, 88% of sellers also used a real estate agent when selling their properties.
Real estate agents guide, educate, negotiate, and act as fiduciary for homebuyers and homesellers.
Real estate agents protect you and your interests. Their fiduciary duty is to their client: YOU. If you’re a seller, using an agent means that you won’t be allowing strangers into your property without being properly screened.
The real estate world is constantly changing. Laws and regulations change yearly. Homeowners who are buying their second home after 5 years may be surprised by the change in transactions. Your real estate agent’s job is to stay up-to-date with the current real estate contracts and practices.
In real estate, whether you’re the seller or the buyer, there’s always the negotiation process to deal with. If you’re working with a notable real estate team, you’re sure to have a negotiating tiger on your side. These real estate experts are able to negotiate without becoming emotional over their offers or requests.
If it’s your first time to buy or sell your home, chances are you don’t know how exhaustive the paperwork can be. Forgetting to check a box or put your initials on a clause means all the documents will have to be resubmitted. There are deadlines to meet for these documents and a good real estate agent knows how to navigate through these legal papers. Luckily, you don’t have to.
Your real estate agent knows the real estate business more than you do, so they can keep an eye on potential pitfalls ahead. They can smell trouble before it gets too late and can steer skillfully away or deal with difficulties as they develop.
Before you take on the demanding task of selling or buying your home, reach out to us. Our team driven real estate experts will be happy to sit down and discuss with you the challenges of the marketplace. Contact us today!]]>
9528 Log Jam St, Las Vegas, NV 89178
Previous Price: $185,000
New Price: $180,000
Fabulous 3 story home on corner lot in Mountains Edge. This wonderful layout features patio on first level as well as spacious master suite and additional 2 bedrooms on 3rd level. Main living area is focused on the 2nd level with open kitchen, large dining area and balcony.
4566 Carmar Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89122
Previous Price: $230,000
New Price: $210,000
Sprawling floor plan located in the guard gated community of Palm Garden. This fabulous home features vaulted ceilings, 2 way fireplace between living room and formal dining room, beautiful tile flooring as well as wood laminate floors in the bedrooms. Guest bath boasts stunning tile surround and master bath offers separate tub and shower. All this is topped off with beautiful inground pool and spa.
11232 Pierre Milano St, Las Vegas, NV 89141
Previous Price: $215,000
New Price: $195,000
Stunning 2 story property with a 2 car garage, and large living room. Beautiful kitchen with upgraded appliances,and lots of cabinet space. This property has a large backyard, and a large balcony off the kitchen.
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“I hate moving!” Let’s face it, moving can be one of life’s biggest nightmares. It’s a big stressor for kids, adults, and even pets. RSS (Relocation Stress Syndrome), a.k.a. Moving Blues or Transfer Trauma is defined by the Journal of the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association as “the physiological and psychosocial disturbances that result from a transfer from one environment to another.”
According to studies, symptoms of RSS include: anxiety, confusion, dependency, withdrawal, loneliness, need for reassurance, hopelessness, backaches, headaches, stomach aches, high blood pressure, and lack-of-sleep. In senior citizens, severe cases may lead to rapid weight loss, isolation, hermiting, anti-social behavior, forgetting personal hygiene, forgetting to take medications, and even falls that can lead to injury.
To a nation with thousands and thousands of transferees every year, this is no joking matter. Luckily there are ways and tools to manage RSS.
Moving Managers calm and empower families and individuals. Having professionals work with the stress of moving can reduce or entirely avoid RSS through detailed and careful planning.
Anticipating the move can help you get used to the idea and help you accept it over time. Special items for children and elderly members like medicine, stuffed animals, formula, sleep aids, and blankets should be taken with you and not sent with the movers. The same should go for all your crucial documents like passports, birth certificates, other identification documents and other important paperwork. Keep your documents in one zippered bag.
Don’t forget to bring and charge your batteries and drain appliances that run on gasoline like your lawnmower or your generator. Take pictures of how your electronics are plugged before you remove the cables. Remember to label all your cords.
If you have kids, take time to talk to them and reassure them that that it’s ok to feel sad and anxious. Show a positive attitude and try to ease their worries.
Exercise can reduce the tension of relocation. Yoga, meditation, deep breathing, or visualization can all help to reduce stress.
Be positive and stay in touch with family and friends. Reassuring yourself and your loved ones that you will be keeping in touch eases the pain of moving, yours and theirs.
Depending on what kind of pet you have, it’s important that they are comfortable during and after the move. Have all their food and other essentials in one box and with you all the time. Label it properly so you can easily grab it if you need to.
Have you experienced RSS? What steps did you take to make moving easy for you and your family? Feel free to share your experience with us. Leave your comment below.]]>