Las Vegas Homes, Luxury Homes for Sale
Greater Las Vegas homes for sale buyers can choose from a wide variety of homes to buy in Las Vegas, Henderson and North Las Vegas as short sales, foreclosures or traditional non-distressed sales which we discuss in different options to buy Las Vegas homes and condominiums. Their appropriate pages can be found in the side bars.
Search Las Vegas, Henderson and North Las Vegas homes and luxury houses listings by price range
All these searches will return more than 250 homes which is the maximum you can view. You must click on modify search to filter by square footage, number of bedrooms, lot size or whether you want a private pool, etc. to get the search under 250 properties.
Older homes for sale near Las Vegas Boulevard (Strip)
Generally speaking, Las Vegas homes become newer as you move away from Las Vegas Boulevard (Strip) and toward the 215 Beltway. Homes built closer to the Strip have been built in 1950-1970s, are mostly one story and have a large yard. Some have a pool which offers excellent cash flow as investment properties for less than $100,000.
Tract homes built in 1980-2000 in Las Vegas, Henderson and North Las Vegas
Tract homes that were built in the 1980s-1990s offer medium sized yards and are generally located inside the 215 beltway and are purchased both as owner occupied homes or investment properties.
Homes built after 2000 are generally located near or outside the 215 beltway and less expensive homes have a small or no yard. Three story homes became popular when land values skyrocketed in 2004-2007. However this problem doesn't exist now. Many of these homes were foreclosed on and sold for less than half their value as bank owned properties.
Luxury Homes for Sale in Las Vegas, Henderson and North Las Vegas
Luxury homes are the hardest hit and although foreclosures and short sales are to blame, difficulty in getting a Jumbo loan to finance custom homes or luxury houses is the main reason for inactivity in the $500,000-$1,000,000 plus homes. Most of these homes listed in the Las Vegas MLS are not distressed and many have been priced unrealistically and will never sell at the current asking prices.
Custom or luxury houses that are located in the interior of the Las Vegas Valley are mostly built in the 1970-1980s and newer luxury homes are in the suburbs. Some of the most expensive luxury home communities are located in the Ridges at Summerlin, MacDonald Highlands, Anthem Country Club and Seven Hills in Henderson, Rhodes Ranch and Queensridge, among others.
There is no question that the luxury home market is a declining market. So, should a buyer buy a Luxury home in the Las Vegas area? Yes, however the offer made on these should take this fact into account and make sure the buyer is protected from subsequent price drops. Ask us how.
Sample blog Posts about buying Las Vegas homes
We have done extensive blog posts about relevant issues in buying Las Vegas houses and luxury homes, such as:
- CLUE Report is essential for Las Vegas Home Owners and Buyers
- CLUE Report Caught Cheating Las Vegas Home Seller
- Issues with the Greater Las Vegas Valley Home Owner Associations (HOA)
- Analysis of a Las Vegas home owner (whose home is facing foreclosure) interview with KVBC TV
- List of Greater Las Vegas, homes for sale subdivisions with community pools and more Part One
- List of South Las Vegas single family homes subdivisions with community pools and more Part two
You can find other blogs in Las Vegas homes for sale blogs.