Las Vegas Real Estate Blog

Is It Easier To Find a Home To Buy This Spring?

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One of the biggest questions we're getting these days from potential buyers, "is it easier to buy a home this year?" 

Majority of homebuyers have struggled the past few years with such low inventory. Paying over appraisal, waiving appraisal contingencies, etc...not something to miss!

It hasn't helped that Homeowners who normally would be selling appear to be staying put and holding on to their low mortgage rates, preventing more listings from coming on the market. One positive this Spring...although our Las Vegas Active Home Inventory is still trending near all-time lows (down -47.9% from 2019) - New listings in Las Vegas (February 2024) are up 14.4% year over year. We hope this wil continue! Rates have been trending under 7% and if the Fed follows through...

January 2024 Las Vegas Real Estate Market Update

Our monthly report by Las Vegas REALTORS (LVR) shows how our local market did in the first month of 2024. Once again our home prices are continuing to inch upward in part because our inventory is still quite low

🏠 The median price of existing single-family homes sold in Southern Nevada through its Multiple Listing Service (MLS) during January was $445,000 -+4.7% from January 2023's median price of $425,000Home prices are still below the all-time median sales price record of $482,000 set in May of 2022. 

The median price of a condominum in Las Vegas is now $275,000 -+7.8% from January 2023...

Super Bowl in Las Vegas

Super Bowl in Las Vegas! Who would ever think? So happy for our city, we are booming!

Here’s the breakdown for these two housing markets. Who do you think wins?

Here’s the breakdown for these two housing markets. Who do you think wins?

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Spectrum Trails

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Brand New Community: ✨ Spectrum Trails ✨
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Things To Consider If Your Las Vegas Home Didn’t Sell

If your listing has expired and your house didn’t sell, it's completely normal to feel a mix of frustration and disappointment. Understandably, you're probably wondering what may have gone wrong. Here are three questions to think about as you figure out what to do next.

Did You Limit Access to Your House?

One of the biggest mistakes you can make when selling your house is restricting the days and times when potential buyers can tour it. Being flexible with your schedule is important, even though it might feel a bit stressful to drop everything and leave when buyers want to see it. After all, minimal access means minimal exposure to buyers. ShowingTime ...

If Your Las Vegas Home Hasn’t Sold Yet, It May Be Overpriced

Has your Las Vegas home been sitting on the market a while without selling? If so, you should know that’s pretty unusual, especially right now. That’s because the supply of homes available for sale is still far lower than what we’d see in a normal year. That means buyers have fewer options than they usually would, so your house should be an oasis in an ...