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Jan

TOP 10 Oldest Hotels In Las Vegas

TOP 10 OLDEST HOTELS IN LAS VEGAS HISTORY… The top 10 oldest hotels in Las Vegas is a topic, rich with history. Las Vegas has a famous history with stories and narratives of old gangsters, mobsters and illegal happenings.  Las Vegas does have an interesting backstory on how this town came to be. Starting with the Mormons who settled the

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23
Jan

MASTER BEDROOM STAGING

MASTER BEDROOM STAGING – WHY IT MATTERS Staging in the Master Bedroom really matters and here is why! Therefore, when Sellers think about putting their home up for sale, of course they want top dollar, and of course they want the Buyers to see that value. As more homes come to market, consequently, more and more Sellers are competing with

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23
Jan

Home Seller Profits Climb to 13 Year HIGH

Home Seller Profits Climb to 13 Year High The average seller saw a home price gain of $65,500 on a typical sale, which is up from $58,100 the year prior, ATTOM Data Solutions reports in a new study. This marks the highest profit level for Sellers since 2006. That also represents a 34% average return on their investment compared to

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22
Jan

30 Kid Friendly Things To Do in Vegas

30 Kid Friendly Things to Do In Vegas Las Vegas is propelled by tourism, whether it’s work trips, party groups, or family holidays. As the city turns from gaming being its prime source of revenue, a broad variation of attractions are turning out to draw crowds more and more – notably for those bringing their children along for a good time. Las Vegas is rapidly turning out to be one of the best destinations for families looking for fun and

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22
Jan

Housing: Low Inventory Alert

LOW INVENTORY ALERT! Low inventory! What does that even mean? For home buyers looking to purchase a new home in 2020, you maybe facing an extremely low inventory. Starting 2020 with a strong economy and low interest rates, home buyers still face a big hurdle — extremely low inventory,  This according to a recent report by Realtor.com. DEMAND They found

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22
Jan

HOA’s – What is the Point?

I hate my HOA! I hate living in an HOA! My HOA is HORRIBLE! All things I hear on a regular basis. Lucky for you, I have experience with HOA’s and rules that govern them, the laws that govern them and when there is a real problem, I can help you figure out what the next step should be. But,

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21
Jan

Real Estate Investment Terms and Definitions

INVESTMENT TERMS Check out my list of real estate investment terms every investor should know and add some new lingo to your investor vocabulary.  Term: Cap Rate Definition: Capitalization rate, or cap rate for short, is used to measure the annual rate of return on a real estate investment based on the profit that property is expected to generate. Simply

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21
Jan

Inventory Shortage: What You need to Know

INVENTORY SHORTAGE: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW We may have started a new decade, but last year’s biggest real estate concern is still singing the same tune. Inventory is at a near-historic low, while demand for homes continues to grow. Inventory Shortage’s can be frustrating for eager buyers and bring hesitancy to those looking to sell soon. The Facts A

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21
Jan

January Is The New April – In Real Estate

SPRING HAS SPRUNG EARLY IN REAL ESTATE Which month do you think most people who are considering buying a home actually start their search? If you’re like most of us, you probably think the surge happens in the spring, likely in April. Not anymore. According to new research, January 2019 was only 1% behind February for the most monthly views per listing on realtor.com.

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