Thursday, July 23, 2015

North Las Vegas homes for sale with swimming pools - 3304 Brayton Mist Drive 89081

North Las Vegas Homes for Sale with Swimming Pools - 3304 Brayton Mist Drive 89081

 If you’ve been looking for an upgraded, move-in-ready home for sale in North Las Vegas with pool, this one could be the one: 3304 Brayton Mist Drive, North Las Vegas, NV 89081.

North Las Vegas Home for Sale - Swimming Pools - 3304 Brayton Mist Dr 89081

This Las Vegas home for sale checks all the boxes. It’s in a good location, it’s got plenty of space, and more:

• It’s move-in-ready, no updates needed. The previous owners have left everything in neutral tones to ensure you can coordinate with your own belongings or easily make it your own style.

• It’s got a lot of upgrades, such as granite countertops and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen. It’s also got upgraded tile throughout the main living areas of the home for a luxurious look and feel.

• There’s a generous 1876 square feet of living space, including 3 bedrooms and 2 and a half baths.

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• The kitchen has lots of storage space, and even has a separate pantry and breakfast bar. There’s a large, separate family room located just off of the kitchen as well. This makes entertaining easy, with plenty of room for a large entertainment system and all of your family and friends. Invite everyone to your house for the big game!

• Upstairs, in addition to the bedrooms and master suite, there’s a loft, which could serve many different purposes. For example, it could easily be an office or hobby room. This house packs a lot of functionality into the space!

• The bedrooms are carpeted, and each room has its own fan, all for personal comfort.

Homes for sale with Swimming Pools in North Las Vegas



• There’s a gorgeous in-ground pool in the back yard, with a tile pool surround. There’s even a covered patio—which is great for keeping cool while entertaining and grilling out. The outdoor space is well-matched to the indoor area—both provide luxury, room to entertain, and plenty of space.

• The location in Shadow Springs is great, with many markets nearby, and an accessible neighborhood park.

• All of this is available for only $185,000.

Can you envision yourself living in a home for sale in North Las Vegas like this? It could be yours. This home is a fantastic value at only $99 per square foot. It’s hard to imagine getting more luxury for the price. Most Las Vegas homes with this many upgrades would go for more!
Las Vegas Homes By Leslie
8010 W Sahara Ave #150 Las Vegas, NV 89117
(702) 321-1763

Friday, July 10, 2015

Las Vegas Real Estate News Show on Fox Starring Bob Massi

In Vegas Real Estate News, Fox News is airing a real estate show featuring feel good stories from business and families who recovered following the southern Nevada real estate market crash. The show titled “Bob Massi is the Property Man” features Fox News legal analyst Bob Massi and other real estate experts who offer advice and analysis of the Las Vegas real estate market. 

“I’m excited about the show because it highlights how far the Las Vegas real estate market has come in the last few years. We’re in full recovery mode. In fact, we’re beyond that. The Las Vegas homes sales market is doing very well. Major networks like Fox don’t want to waste their valuable programming time on markets they don’t think are worth covering,” said local Las Vegas realtor Leslie Hoke.

Leslie Hoke is a seasoned Las Vegas realtor with over 11 years of experience buying and selling real estate in southern Nevada. After a successful tenure at the Disney Corporation, Leslie moved to Las Vegas to pursue her goal of a successful career in real estate. 

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 8010 W Sahara Ave #150, Las Vegas, NV 89117
(702) 321-1763

Sunday, July 5, 2015

Las Vegas Homes Sales on the Rise

Las Vegas Real Estate Agent Leslie Hoke Reported Via her popular blog Homes By Leslie there has been an increase in Homes Sales in Las Vegas.

Las Vegas Homes Sales 

 Now, I believe that this is likely to be more than just a one time thing. Why? Well, according to the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors, many homes have been sold in March and even more so in April. Two months may not be enough to make a trend, but I have a feeling, dear readers, that this just might be the new trend.

 The latest accounts show that the average price for homes sold through the Multiple Listing Service was $212,568 – up 3.7% from $205,000 in March and 10.7% from around a year ago. On the other hand, condos and town homes were $115,000. This value has not changed from March but it did rise 15% from just last year.  The data also shows that there were a total of 3,379 homes, condominiums, and town homes sold in April, compared to 3,358 sales back in March. If we consider the ratio of homes versus condos and town homes, the increase of sales are equal to a 1.7% increase for Las Vegas homes Sales and a 3.8% decrease for town homes and condos.

 By the end of April, 7,296 listed homes still had no offer, which is up ½ a point from March and 13.6% from around the same time last year. When it comes to condos and town homes, the 2,437 properties without an offer at the end of April represent a 0.3% decrease from  the year of 2014 and a 7.6% increase from last April.

In other similar cases, GLVAR’s report has also showed that short sales and bank-controlled sales are decreasing each month. In April, 7.2% of the  local sales were short sales, representing a 1.1% decrease from 8.3% last month. Moreover, 8.3% of the sales in April were bank-owned, which is down one point from 9.3% the previous month. The GLVAR also reported that 30.4% of the transactions were in cash, which is down from 32.4% from last month and down from 41.4% from last year. While this shows that investors are still an influence in the market place, their influence is not as strong as during the peak period of February 2013 when 60% of all real estate transactions in southern Nevada were bought in cash.

Considering all this information, there is likely to be an increase in short sales in 2015. But only if the Congress votes to extend the Mortgage Debt Forgiveness Relief Act of 2007. If the Congress does not do so, then the money a bank writes off as part of an agreement in order to sell a house as a short sale may be taxable when sellers file personal income tax.

The Vegas Homes Sales numbers don't lie. They are a positive sign as they reflect a much better economy, lower interest rates, and smarter buyers and sellers. I would highly recommend buyers to keep looking for homes and make offers before prices continue to rise. And those of you who intend to sell, just be sure to price your home appropriately to avoid your home sitting on the market without an offer. Keep these factors in mind and you’re good to go!

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8010 W Sahara Ave #150, Las Vegas, NV 89117
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