Why not buy a townhouse in Las Vegas? Townhomes offer convenience, value, low maintenance, and many amenities. First-time home buyers, vacation-/second-home buyers, and investors all see the benefits in an attached home.
Even in a hot market such as Las Vegas, your home will not sell itself. Research, strategy, preparation, and a real estate agent are involved. Be smart and well prepared, and follow these tips on how to sell your home.
If you are a frequent visitor to Las Vegas, or dream of becoming one, investing in a vacation home here might be for you. Perhaps now is the time to make that potential purchase a reality, and Las Vegas is the place to focus your search.
A swimming pool can require costly upkeep and repairs every year, take up too much yard space, or pose safety risks you’d rather avoid, especially if you have small children. If you want to fill in a pool, it’s not a simple or inexpensive process.
With resale home inventories unable to keep up with the steady pace of buyers in Las Vegas, builders are stepping in with a fresh supply of brand new homes that offer desirable floor plans, green building standards, and even incentives for buyers.
Before undertaking an investment in backyard fencing, it is wise to research local regulations and to consider carefully the types of backyard fencing available in relation to the specific goals that you have in mind for your project.
Blue Diamond is located barely 20 miles from Center Strip, but worlds away from the bustling neon culture permeating much of the Valley. If you crave open space and a quiet, slower pace, then Blue Diamond may satisfy your desire.
With many Valley residents working odd hours at casinos, caffeine simply comes with the territory in this city that truly never sleeps. Some unique spots around town let you get your Las Vegas coffee fix with an independent style all their own.
Any self-respecting do-it-yourselfer has the skills to repair a hole in the wall. The task can be learned fairly quickly and painlessly. In any case, it’s worth bearing in mind that the operative word when referring to climate in Las Vegas is “dry.”
Whatever ultimate flooring goals you may have for your home, one thing is certain: if you have tile floor material down now, you will find yourself having to remove it before installing anything else—even if all you want is a different type of tile!
Coldwell Banker Blue Matter is the official blog of Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC and was created in February of 2010 with the intent of providing additional insight and commentary on the real estate experience to benefit consumers.