Las Vegas homes for sale listings
Las Vegas homes for sale buyers can choose from a wide variety of houses to buy, from old fixer uppers that were built in 1030’s to brand new multimillion-dollar ultra-luxury mansions.
Pricing Las Vegas homes for sale
Pricing for Las Vegas homes is calculated through comparative market analysis (CMA). Offer or asking list prices for cheaper tract homes is done by finding similar homes that have sold recently, and then adjusting prices for upgrades and market condition.
Las Vegas real estate market has been turbulent for the past 15 years, so a thorough understanding of it is essential in setting an offer or asking list price. Thus, we do our own research and publish the most accurate housing market reports which enables us to calculate correct offer or asking list price.
However, when it comes to custom built Las Vegas luxury homes for sale things are not as simple as above. Since there aren’t any homes with the same floor plan or square footage, we discuss how to price these in its own page.
Home buying Guides
This page is named Las Vegas homes for sale buying guide for a reason. In home buying tutorials we guide you through the buying process. Obviously, the starting point is a realistic example of, is it better to rent or buy Las Vegas homes or condos by numbers? Then, searching the MLS for home listings guide, Mortgage guide for Las Vegas homes, condos, high-rise buyers-Video, and making offers video tutorials and finally the escrow process to close the deal.
Following our advice will help financing buyers to successfully compete with all cash buyers. Or defeating competition that do deals the century old customary way that subjects them to unneeded stress and paying more than they should.
Down payment or mortgage assistance
It is still cheaper to pay a mortgage for the house than renting it. One of the biggest obstacles to home ownership is a lack of down-payment or needing help with the interest rate. In Nevada first time home buyer programs and grants we provide a full explanation of qualifying criteria as well as benefits. Nowadays, there are programs available for non-first-time buyers as well as those who make more than allowed for government programs.
If you are planning to buy Las Vegas homes for sale, please contact us and we will help you with the home buying process from A-Z.
Year built VS location
Generally speaking, Greater Las Vegas homes become newer as you move away from Las Vegas Boulevard (The Strip) and toward the 215 Beltway. Homes built closer to the Strip and I-15 have been built in 1950s-1960s, and are mostly one story and have a large yard.
Tract homes that were built in the 1980s-1990s offer medium sized yards and are generally located inside the 215 beltway. Homes built after 2000 are generally located near or outside the 215 beltway and generally have smaller yards than older houses. In the real estate crash, many of these were foreclosed on and purchased by investors and turned into rental properties.
Las Vegas is peppered with highly upgraded luxury homes and some can be found in lower income areas. However, newer luxury real estate are being built in Master Planned communities of Summerlin, Anthem, Rhodes Ranch and Seven Hills. We have conducted an in-depth study of the luxury home market that is unique to this site and you will find invaluable if planning to buy one.