buying a Home in Las Vegas

Attention Home Buyers: Higher rates have lowered the amount of competing offers: lower demand gives you more leverage and better value!

Welcome to our website, your one-stop-shop for buying a home in the Las Vegas real estate market. We understand that buying a home can be a daunting process, especially in a competitive market like Las Vegas. That's why we're here to help make the process as easy and stress-free as possible.

The Las Vegas real estate market is one of the most exciting in the country. With a wide variety of homes available, ranging from modern high-rise condos to sprawling estates, there's something for everyone in this vibrant city. The market is also highly competitive, with many buyers vying for the same properties. That's why it's more important than ever to have an experienced real estate agent on your side to help you navigate the market and find the home of your dreams.

As your real estate agent, we will work closely with you to understand your unique needs and preferences, and help you find the perfect home. Our team has extensive experience working with home buyers in the Las Vegas market, and we understand the intricacies of the local real estate landscape.

Our home buying process is designed to make the process as easy as possible. Here's how it works:

Consultation: We'll start with a consultation to discuss your home buying goals, preferences, and budget.

Home Search: We'll use our extensive network and resources to find homes that meet your criteria and preferences.

Home Tours: We'll schedule home tours and accompany you to each property to help you evaluate the home's features and determine if it's the right fit for you.

Offer and Negotiations: Once you've found your dream home, we'll help you make an offer and negotiate with the seller to get the best possible deal.

Closing: We'll work with you and the seller's agent to complete all the necessary paperwork and finalize the sale.

We understand that buying a home is a major investment, and we're here to help you every step of the way. Whether you're a first-time home buyer or a seasoned investor, we have the expertise and experience to help you find the perfect home in the Las Vegas real estate market.

Don't wait any longer to find your dream home. Contact us today to get started and experience the difference of having an experienced real estate agent on your side.

Contact me so we have your loan approval in place.      Keep watching the MLS listings emailed to you.  Be ready to make offers while the rest of the buyers are waiting for the new year to get back in the market!!!!
Remember: It's not only economic market conditions setting prices but also Supply and DEMAND.  It only takes one other buyer to drive your bid up higher for a home.  Less buyers, gives you more leverage!


Congratulations, you’ve made the exciting move to Las Vegas! One of the fastest-growing cities in the nation and a great place to live, work, and play. As you prepare for your relocation, the stress of planning and daunting task of making the move might be overwhelming. This Las Vegas Relocation Guide is designed to make your move a relatively effortless and enjoyable undertaking. You will be able to find information on everything needed for relocation. From selecting a moving company and packing your belongings, to transferring your medical records and hooking up utilities at your new home.

History of Las Vegas

The city bills itself as “The Entertainment Capital of the World” and is famous for its mega casino-hotels and associated activities. It is a top three destination in the United States for business conventions and a global leader in the hospitality industry, claiming more AAA Five Diamond hotels than any other city in the world. Today, Las Vegas annually ranks as one of the world’s most visited tourist destinations. The city’s tolerance for numerous forms of adult entertainment earned it the title of “Sin City”, and has made Las Vegas a popular setting for literature films, television programs, and music

Thinking about buying a home in the Las Vegas area?  Good for you!  Vegas' endless sunny days, and friendly people offer a quality of life that’s hard to beat.  The thought of buying any property anywhere is very exciting and a major investment.

Whether you’re looking to purchase a primary residence, a snowbird home, an investment property or that perfect vacation getaway there are many factors to consider and decisions to make.

Lifestyle and Priorities

Understanding the lifestyle you want to live and know what your priorities are is essential to making a home purchase decision.


Are you buying with cash, loan or combination from a previous home sale.  First is to establish the loan pre-approval to know the monthly payments and purchase price range.  This will start the search with all houses in that price range with the features and minimum size requirements.

Select a Real Estate Professional

It is essential to find the “right” real estate agent for you.  Your agent should be viewed as your trusted adviser and not as a “salesperson” and the relationship you establish with your Real Estate Agent must make you feel comfortable. An agent representing you with experience, education in finance, economics of real estate markets through out several up and down real estate cycles.

The right Real Estate Agent will work with you to help assess what you’re really looking for in a home; help you understand current market conditions and trends and locate those homes that suit your needs.

When that perfect home has been found, they will work with you to establish an offer and will negotiate on your behalf to get you the best possible price. They will be there throughout the process right to when you get the keys. But the right Real Estate Agent does not stop there. They will continue to assist you as you become comfortable in your new home. The right Real Estate agent often has already become your friend.

Understand the local Las Vegas markets

Take your time when purchasing a property in Las Vegas. It takes only moments to make an offer on a property, but it can take a whole lot longer if the property turns out to not be right for you.

Start your buying process down by learning all you can about the area, the communities within and how you plan to live and enjoy your new home. 

The first step is to receive a customize search listings delivered to your email.  Get familiar with how much the homes are selling and asking in each different area.  Use dollar per square foot as a general guide to start referencing values.  Identify what is important to you in a home and if paying a higher $ per SF if worth it to you to live in one neighborhood versus another.

To start this buying process, we need to know the following home search criteria:

Price range of homes.  This is determined with the mortgage qualification, the monthly payments or cash amount you are willing to pay.

Minimum Size of the home: number of bedrooms and square feet.

Location:  If you are new to the Las Vegas area, we should start with a wide section of areas across the valley until you are familiar with the neighborhoods.  This is when you will give feedback about which properties your like and don’t.  Identify the feature and neighborhoods to focus and which to eliminate from the search.

As we start to narrow the search results, we can additional search criteria to narrow the search down further if there is still plenty of inventory in your results.

Additional home features to add to the search could be : pool, 2rd car garage, etc.

The Las Vegas Real Estate market

Understanding our Real Estate market is very important.  The are many differences in this market that will affect how you shop.

When it is time to begin viewing properties it may surprise you to learn that lock boxes are not used in the Las Vegas area and each viewing is personally scheduled for you by your realtor.

When you select a home you would like to see, your realtor contacts the Sellers realtor at least 24 hours in advance to schedule a time.  The Seller’s realtor meets you at the property to provide access and answer any questions you may have.

Needless to say, there are many people involved in making sure you see the properties that are right for you. 

Check our latest Real Estate Market Report for information sales, prices, days on market. 

Plan a successful home shopping trip

Shopping for homes in the Las Vegas area is more involved than reality TV shows may portray, and you certainly will have more than three property choices to pick from.

Long before you begin to look at homes, you probably have visited the area, have come to understand your needs and budget and have engaged a realtor to start looking at listings. In the weeks before your trip to Las Vegas, you and your realtor will begin narrowing down the list of properties to ones that meet your needs.

Your realtor will schedule tours with the Seller’s agent of those properties that meet your needs and budget. All you need to do is be on time for the tour, well rested and ready to take in a lot of information.

Las Vegas (Spanish for “The Meadows”) often known simply as “Vegas”, is the 28th most populated city in the United States, the most populated city in the state of Nevada, and the county seat of Clark County. The city anchors the Las Vegas Valley metropolitan area and is the largest city within the greater Mojave Desert. Las Vegas is an internationally renowned major resort city, known primarily for its gambling, shopping, fine dining, entertainment, and nightlife. The las Vegas Valley as a whole serves as the leading financial, commercial, and cultural center for Nevada.

Home buying process during a supply shortage of available homes for sale. Although the rise in interest rates have brought the market towards equalibrium

Many of the sought after homes are receiving multiple offers on the first days they come onto the market.

To successfully get your offer accepted, you must 

1.     Have all your loan paperwork in order. 

2.     Understand market value versus appraised value . 

3.     Minimize the contingencies in your offer.

3.     Do efficient searching with most up to date data.


A home seller in the current market can receive several offers in the first week of listing their home for sale.  There are several strategies you can take to make your offer stronger and have a better chance of getting accepted.

1.)  Loan approval versus Loan pre-qualification.  Know the difference and get the loan approval preferably with automated underwriting approval.  You will need to submit all of your loan documents into the lender for this type of pre-approval.


Loan approval amount.  Understand that this amount will vary depending on the expenses associated with each house. Your loan approval amount could be less for houses with higher HOA fees, higher taxes or other housing expenses (SID, LID).


2.). Market Value versus Appraisal value.  Know the difference and what the house is worth to you and what it will appraise.  In supply shortage, houses are selling above appraised value but loans will only lend on percentage of appraised value; so you will have to pay the difference in cash, in addition to your down payment.


3.). Contingencies in an offer and how to make your offer stronger than the others without raising the price.  The standard GLVAR has several contingencies where the buyer can withdraw their offer and get their earnest deposit back.  It’s important to understand the timeline once your offer is accepted and you are in escrow.  There will be several non-refundable out of pocket expenses for the buyer during this period. 


4.). Search using the most up to date source of data: MLS and know how many offers and restrictions on a house before seeing it.  Agents input data into the MLS.  The MLS distributed that data to all the other websites.  Some of these websites don’t update the status of a listing often.  A listing could have an accepted offer and already be in escrow but still show as ‘available’. Another scenario is an offer could already be accepted but the agent has not changed the status in the MLS yet.  Check status before seeing a listing.

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If you're looking to buy or sell a home in Las Vegas, you've come to the right place. Our team of experienced real estate agents is here to help you navigate the local market and make the most of your investment.

Whether you're a first-time homebuyer or a seasoned real estate investor, we can help you find the perfect property to meet your needs. Our listings include a wide range of homes, from cozy starter houses to luxurious estates, and we're always adding new properties to our inventory.

If you're looking to sell your home, we can help you get top dollar for your property. We have a proven track record of success in the Las Vegas market, and we know how to market your home to attract qualified buyers. We'll work with you every step of the way to ensure a smooth and stress-free selling process.

At Las Vegas Real Estate, we're committed to providing our clients with the highest level of service and professionalism. We understand that buying or selling a home can be a major life decision, and we're here to help you make the most of it.

So why wait? Contact us today to get started on your real estate journey in Las Vegas. We look forward to working with you!




Are you pre-qualified or pre-approved for a loan?
Before you begin to shop for a new home, you should set up a time to go over the figures to determine how much the monthly payments will be. This will put you in a better position as a buyer. That’s when it is important to understand the distinction between being pre-qualified for a loan and pre-approved for a loan. The difference between the two terms will be crucial when you decide to make an offer on a house.

To get pre-qualified for a loan, we will collect information about your debt, income, and assets. We’ll look at your credit profile and assess goals for a down payment and get an idea of different loan programs that would work for you. I will issue you a pre-qualification letter indicating the amount you are pre-qualified to borrow.

It is important to understand that a pre-qualification letter is just an estimate of what you are eligible to borrow, not a commitment to lend. 


Getting pre-approved for a loan gives you competitive advantage when the time comes to bid on a home because you have been approved for a loan for a specified amount. 
To get pre-approved, you will complete a mortgage application and provide  various information verifying your employment, assets and financial status such as W-2 forms, bank records and credit card statements. We’ll review your mortgage options and submit your application to the lender that best meets your needs. Once the application process is complete you will receive a pre-approval letter indicating the amount your lender is willing to lend you for your home.


A pre-approval letter is not binding on the lender; it is subject to an appraisal of the home you wish to purchase and certain other conditions. If your financial situation changes (e.g. you lose your job), interest rates rise or a specified expiration date passes, your lender must review your situation and recalculate your mortgage amount accordingly.



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Las Vegas was settled in 1905 and officially became incorporated in 1911. At the close of the 20th century, it was the most populated American city founded within that century (a similar distinction earned by Chicago in the 1800’s). Population growth has accelerated since the 1960’s. and between 1990 and 2000 the population nearly doubled, and increasing 85.2%. Rapid growth has continued into the 21st century, and according to a 2013 estimate, the population is 603,488 with a regional population of 2,027,828.

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Now it’s time to upgrade your living by choosing a neighborhood or community that better suits your lifestyle, preferences, and needs — especially if you have children who will be enrolling in the school system.

Better Schools

School districts are one of every family’s main considerations when choosing where to live. Often as children grow and reach school age, parents find that the funky neighborhood they chose as fun-loving newlyweds just don’t cut it in terms of education choices. Moving to a better school district is many parents’ way of saying ‘We love you’ to their kids.

Pros of Buying a Bigger House

The number one advantage of buying a larger home is the fact that you can grow into it. And chances are you’ll be growing if you’re in the market to buy a home.

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Buying Large Home Advantages

You can grow into it
You don’t need to move as your family size increases
Flexibility to make a spare room a home office
Space for out-of-town guests
Room to breath
More storage
Higher sales price (more proceeds from a sale)

Do you need more space?  Is it time to move to a bigger home!  

What would you do with the bigger garage space?  An extra bedroom!

Less clutter …  Extra Bathroom …   More elbow room for family to grow … add a home office... Bigger Kitchen to host holiday parties … a guest room …  Larger yard

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Now it's time to upgrade your living situation.  Choose a home and community that better fits your life style.  Stop fantasizing about it and get started upgrading your dream living.  Closer to work, less time in the car.

Remember when you bought your home? It was just perfect for the two of you. But now—with a couple of kids, some ever-shedding pets, or maybe an in-law living down the hall—that's no longer the case. Whether you’re already bursting out of your house or about to expand your family, the time to move to a larger home might have arrived.

Are you ready to move to a larger home? Whether you’re expanding your family and in need of more bedrooms or simply want more room for a home office and guests, we completely understand that sometimes you just need more space.

For example, why do you want a bigger kitchen?   If you’re going to be hosting Thanksgiving moving forward, maybe that makes sense.

Is the idea to accommodate your traditional nuclear family, or do you need to make rooms for seniors and young adults coming back from college?  Is open concept right for you and your family? It sounds fabulous to watch the kids when they’re little, but you’ll get a lot of noise as they get older.

Upsizing now can mean a tidy profit later if you choose your home and location wisely.

Sure, you might think that once you've found the right size home, you'll stay forever. But you might find yourself downsizing a few years from now. As with any home purchase, look at your potential new place through the eyes of future buyers.

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You’ll want your children to have room to roam the house, and new kids are definitely one of the most popular reasons to move to a new home

Whether you’re hoping for a larger yard or a roomier kitchen for all of your cooking projects, now you can afford to be a little more selective about your space and priorities in your home. Take some time to consider what you wish were different about your existing home, and make a list of priorities. What do you want to do with all your new space?

Your quality of life is suffering

The lack of a guest room means that when family visits, you’re stuck on the couch. Whatever it might be, if your quality of life has taken a nosedive because your house is too small, well, the answer is pretty clear.

Upgrading to a better home

Upgrading to a bigger, better, newer home is often a way of rewarding oneself for years of hard work and wise fiscal behavior. Once one is finally able to afford it, they move into the home they had been fantasizing about and start living the dream. 

Downsizing your home

Should you be buying or selling first

At some point it’s time it makes sense to downsize a home.

How you can smartly use your built up equity as a larger down payment to your new home.  Watch that equity grow in larger.

Less people means less stuff, less demand for bathroom space.

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Desert Crest, Rhodes Ranch, Southern Terrace, Wine Ridge Estates, West Maule - Quarterhorse, Cottages At Southern Hill, Shadow Mountain Ranch, Southern Hills, Grand Canyon Villas, Pebble, Acerno Villas, Fort Apache-Hacienda, Southwest Ranch, Mariposa, South Hills, Gypsum Reefs, Fort Apache/Russell, Sierra Madre, Kingston, Positano, Falcon Pointe, Mosaic, Viviani, S Riley St, Esplanade, Summerglen, Warm Springs Rd/Arby Ave, Post Rd/Ft Apache, Magnolia Crossings/Marsh Butte, Tantara, Rose Mallow, Shadow Mt, Peregrine Point, Pebble Creek, Westchester Hills, Dragonfly Rock St, Copper Ridge, Sunset Pines, Warm Springs Rd, Willow Ridge, Parkview, Chandler Park, Sunset Cove, Ridgehaven, San Severo, Wine Ridge Place, Stetson Trails



Stratford, Northfork, W La Madre, Eldorado Park, Tropical Breeze, Azure Estates, Sierra Ranch


Earlstone, Madeira Canyon, The Club at Madeira Canyon, Anthem Highlands, Inspirada, Solera, Sun City Anthem


Southfork, Coventry at Anthem, Anthem Country Club, Henderson, Fairbrook, Sunridge Heights, Silverado Court, Model Village, Estates at Seven Hills, Castle Rock, Seven Hills Presidio, Eastern, Cordova Estates, Avalon, Elysian at St Rose, Village of Avellino, Anthem/Seven Hills, Avalon at Seven Hills, Chateau Calais, Granite Ridge, Majestic Hills, Palazzo Monte, Meridiana, Coronado Heights, Carriage Lane, Citrus Gardens, Copper Ridge, Cottages, Estates, Inspirations, Mystic Bay, Premiere, Summit Pointe, Monte Nero, Sunridge Park, The Terraces, Capistrano, Renaissance/Marquis, Sunridge at Macdonald, Anthem, Soda Butte, Rose/Amigo/Cactus, Sunridge at MacDonald Ranch, Mystic Ridge, Sun City Anthem, Hidden Canyon, Laurel Hills at Sunridge, Hillcrest, Anthem Pkwy, Village Park, Horizons at Seven Hills, Palermo, Palatine Hill, Pinnacle, Binbrook, Carnegie Heights, Olivia Hgts/Oliver Springs, Pecos Ridge, Westridge, Annet St, Seven Hills and Horizon, Carriage Hills, Stags Leap / Geyser Peak, Rose Ridge, Pivot, Via Tivoli



Bella Vicenza, Southern Highlands, Royal Highlands, Desert Willows, Southern Highlands, Toscana Vineyards, Foothills, Caparola, Belmont Park, Bella Sera, Bella Terra, Montagne Marron, Cactus Hills, Somersethills-Shinnecock, Starr Hills, Setona, Southern Highlands North, Interlude, San Niccolo South, Masters Southern Highland, Highlands Ranch, The Legends, Solaro, Frias, Salerno, Elysian, Bracana, Markely Ave, Cortona, Montecito , The Cove, Elsinore, Highlands Ranch - Foxhill, Highland Hills



Sterling Ridge, Arlington Estates, Collina at Mts. Edge, Via Valencia/Via Ventura, Cameron Crestone, San Gabriel, Huntington, Arlington West, Silver Hills, Mountains Edge, Montecito, Indigo, Crescent Valley, Mirador, Arlington Ranch, Yellowstone Mountains Edge, Mirasol, Bella Monte, Madera in Mountain's Edge, Evergreen, Augusta Belford, Mountain Gate / Trails, Maravilla, Azure Canyon, Pyrenees, Silverleaf, Rivendell, Tuscalante, Silhouett, Rio Vista, Tramonto Villaggio, Netherfield-Fitzwilliam, Las Colinas, Marble Canyon, Great Falls, Cascade/Breckenridge, Alpian Meadow, Watermark, Stonebridge, Diamond Creek, Aspire, Arlington Manor, Singing Rock, Bright Peridot Ave, Laguna Creek, Talasera & Vicanto, Laurel Hills, Cameron Pointe, Sage Canyon, Blue Nile Trails, Monterey Ranch



Centennial Point, Madison Colony at Providence, Manchester Park, Harmony Heights, Hearthstone Brookstone, Hampton Glen Upper Circle, Saratoga Highlands, Providence (South), Northern Terrace, Madison Grove, Providence, Verada View, The Canyons, Emerson in Providence, Sky Ridge, Cambridge, Pavilions, Fort Apache Ranch, Montecito West, Kyle Canyon, Grand Canyon Village, Skye Canyon, Dunns River, Oxford Commons, West End, Franklin Park



Centennial Point, Madison Colony at Providence, Manchester Park, Harmony Heights, Hearthstone Brookstone, Hampton Glen Upper Circle, Saratoga Highlands, Providence (South), Northern Terrace, Madison Grove, Providence, Verada View, The Canyons, Emerson in Providence, Sky Ridge, Cambridge, Pavilions, Fort Apache Ranch, Montecito West, Kyle Canyon, Grand Canyon Village, Skye Canyon, Dunns River, Oxford Commons, West End, Franklin Park



The Arbors, The Canyons, The Crossing, Manorwood, Belvedere, The Vineyards



Enterprise, Coronado, Western Trails Park, The Peaks, Pinecrest, Spring Valley 2, Windmill Villas, Blue Diamond & Decatur, Sunset Pass, Warm Springs and Lindell, Carmel Hills, Pinnicle, Rainbow and Jones, Cactus Hills Crossing, South Enterprise, Southern Highlands, Warm Springs, Dean Martin and Serene Ave, Jones Crossing, Julesburg/Rush Springs/Pacific Sun, Westwind, Chandler, Sterling Court II, Windmill, Blue Diamond / S Rainbow, Coronado Bay, Spring Valley III, Bridlewood



The Vistas (North), The Vistas (South), Paseos, Ashton Park, Sage Hills, Andalusia, Paseos II, Reverence


The Trails, The Hills, Anasazi, Sun City East, Sun City, Sun City West



Northwest Citizens Board, Copperfield, Copper Crest, Grand Entries, Mission Ridge, Los Prados Country Club, Rancho Rea, Rancho Alta Mira, Eagle Creek Park, Lexington Park, Rancho Alta Mira East, Old Santa Fe, Tierra Vista, Mountain Gate, High Country Estates, NARA, Ann Road North, Tropical/Jones, Highland Grove, Sportsman Park, Timbercreek, Hammer Lane, Ranch House Estates, W Rosada Way, Ambiance Estates, Whispering Pines, W Azure/Red Pine, Ranch House Rd, Turtle Creek Estates, Tropical Meadows, Northgate, Sky Pointe Dr, Rose Angel Ave, Pueblo at Santa Fe, Inacurate, Grand Heritage, Gulf Springs Waveland, Torrey Pines Estates, Taos Estates



Cimarron Gowan, Lone Mountain Village, El Capitan Ranch, Monument at Lone Mountain, Majestic Park, Lone Mountain, Mountain Crest, Shadow Hills, Mountain Shadows, Cornerstone, Buckskin Basin Park, North Shores, Lone Mountain East, The Hillside, Hillcrest, Chateau Versailles, Cliffs at Lone Mountain, Lone Mountain Vista V, Villas, Lone Mountain Quartette, Cliff Shadow, Stoneridge, Lone Mountain West, Mystic Seaport/Prospect Hill, Cliff Shadows, Lone Mountain Village II, Lone Mountain Heights, Lone Mountain, The Views, The Terraces



Central Park Estates, Countryside, Silverhawk, Stone Haven Commons, Pebble Park, Horizon Vistas, Diamond Sands/Amalfi, Belle Esprit, Crystal Springs, Summergate, Manhattan, Robindale Terrace, South Strip, Las Vegas Blvd/Windmill, Marble Track, Silverado Trails, Richmar, Wishing Well Estates, Monterey Springs, Buckingham Estates, Boca Raton, Oak Park, Robindale-Paradise, Southpark, Frontier Estates, Windmill Springs, Loft 5, Parkside Villas, Bermuda and Pebble, Avignon, Heatwave St, Hunters Glen, Waterford Falls Ave, Villanova, Park Avenue, Fairfield/Haven, Royal Moon, Sedona at The Boulevard, Santa Fe, Trophy, Grande Point, Impressions, Carnival, Radcliff/Konga/Ambrose, Destinations Pebble, Silverado, Jovanna, Sage Creek, Sandy State St, October Oak Ave


Stallion Mountain, Sunrise Ridge, Sonoma Hills, Palm Gardens, Cunningham Elite, Hacienda and Nellis, Copper Creek Estates, Copper Creek, Silver Creek, Blackhorse, Whitney/ Denning-Hacienda, Villas at Tropicana North, Boulder Ranch II, Blue Ridge, Nevada Ranch, Duck Creek, Rose Garden Estates, Whitney, Crescendo, Kimberly Ave, Miners Ridge, Hollywood Blvd - Desert inn, Turtle Creek, Fairfax Village, Chery Lane, Desert Inn Estates, Whitney Ranch, Sheppard Dr, Tropicana Palms, Harmon Ave, Cherry Lane, Whitney - Willard, Boulder Gardens, Boulder Hwy, Boulder Ranch II



Regency at the Lakes, The Residence at Canyon Gate, Peccole Ranch, Relente, Park One Condo's, Charleston Rainbow, Sahara West, Saddle Brook, Section 10 Las Vegas, West Sahara, Castlegate, The Lakes South, Estrella Estates, Pineridge, Monaco, The Lakes, Westwood Estates, Lake Sahara East, Monaco West, Lake Sahara West, Canyon Gate, Canyon Gate Country, Tara Ave/S Miller Ln, Parkside, Cimarron Village, Cascade Bay, Commendation, Vintage at The Lakes, San Croix, Lantern Gardens, Symphony, Avery Villas, Sycamore Estates, Enclaves, Section 10-Canyon Gate, Diamond Spring Estates, Charleston Place Townhome



Fremont Estates, Ridgemount, Rancho Nevada Estates, Charleston Estates, Rancho Bel Air, Charleston Heights, Redrock Elementary, Charleston, Palomino, Twin Lakes, Goldfield, Sundowner, The Greens, Sunrise Meadows, Rancho Circle, Rancho Springs, Washington, Meadows South, Michael Way Estates, Alta Meadows, Charleston Heights I



Las Vegas Country Club, The Strip, Village Square



Seville Etage, El Dorado, Woodbury, Sun City Aliante, Desert Moon



Centennial Cottages, Mojave, Arcata, Centennial, Walnut, Cowboy, Sunny Brook, Falcon Ridge, Sundance at the Shadows



Pinehurst, Cherry Hill, The Grand Legacy, Windham Hill Estates, Green Valley South, Master Series at Legacy, Catalina Estates, Westwood Village, The Reserve, Heartland, Bella Lago, Emerald Valley, West Warm Springs Rd, Coral Ridge, Via Romantico, Garden Park, Pebble Springs, Sandcastle Estates, Rainbow Creek, Chaparral Hills, Pittman Wash-Valle Verde, Serene Country Estates, Meridian Estates, Sonrisa, Green Valley Estates, The Fountains, Robindale Villas, Heatherstone, Fallon, Windmill Pkwy, Traverse Point, Stone Creek, Hill Pointe, Sandwedge, Arroyo Grande Astoria, Cobblestone, The Springs, Windmill Heights, Stephanie Court, Pacific Legends, Tapatio, Remington Canyon, Ventana Canyon, Summer FIelds, Griffin Park, Vintage, Silvermill, Hillsboro, Borrego, Mountain View, Windmill Crossing, Muirfield, Montecito Estates, Green Valley Pecos, Sandalwood, Stonelake, The Pines, Tiara, American Pacific, Wigman Parkway



Cinnamon Ridge, Terravita, Waterwheel Falls, River Landing, Arrowhead Estates, Center Street, Townsite, Fiesta Park, Highland Village, South Major/Mccaw, Aviano, Eagle View in Henderson, Indigo Run, Downtown, Racetrack RNP Custom, Equestrian Park, Horizon View, Section 19, Mountainside, Major and Bell, Horizon Hills, Black Mountain, South East Side, Hillcrest Manor, Cloudcrest/S Racetrack, Homestretch, College Dr, Morrell Park, Racetrack Rd, Foxfield, Navajo Drive, Highlands Hills, Titanium/N Water, Woodridge Estates, Mona Ln, Morrow, Cadence, Lake Valley Estates, Warsaw, Burkeholder, Cozy Valley, Talesera Hills



Quail Ridge Estates, Green Valley North, La Mancha, The Whitney Ranch, Whitney Ranch, Bluffs, Villa Serena, Green Valley South, Warm Springs Reserve, Fox Ridge Estates, N Green Valley Pkwy, La Luna Circle, Pepper Tree, Woodland Ridge, Henderson Area, Verde Greens, Spanish Gardens, Rancho Galleria, Resort Villas, Callahan, Warm Springs Ranch, Adobe Ranch, Arroyo Mesa, Whitney Ranch II, The Crossings, Ridgeview Village, Galleria at Sunset, Avondale, Sky Mountain Way



MacDonald Highlands, Green Valley Ranch, Paseo Verde Park, Timberlake, Mountain Terrace, 215 & Gibson, Versante, Pavillione Point, Carriage Club, Monument, Black Mountain Cove, Fountain Hills, Sentosa, Bella Vista, Black Mountain Vistas, Montesol, Foothills Ranch Phase I, Mountain Pointe1, Mountain Pointe 2, Desert Shadow, Reflections, Richmond Terrace, Regency Hills 2, Stags Leap, Las Palmas Entrada, MacDonald Highlands, Horizon Gibson North, Eagle Crest, MacDonald Ranch, View of Black Mountain, Horizon's Edge South, Horizon Ridge Terrace, McCullough Hills, Acacia Park, High Mesa Dr, Sumner Ranch Rd, Big Horn, Townhomes - Horizon Ridge, Gibson – Horizon


Lake Las Vegas, Desert Canyon, Tuscany, Silverlyn Heights, The Willows, Mesa Verde, Boulder Ranch, Weston Hills, Sunset Rd, Pittman, Crony, South Valley Ranch, Tolip Falls Dr, Pittman, Cadence Master Plan, Lorna/Barrett, Auto Mall, Desert Canyon West, Middlegate Road 89102 Spanish Oaks,

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As licensed professional real estate agents, we take our fiduciary responsibility seriously. This means that we are committed to looking out for your best financial interests as if they were our own. We use our expertise and negotiation skills to get you the best deals possible, ensuring that you walk away with the most net profit and peace of mind.

Our goal is to deliver faster service at a lower fee than other top-producing real estate agents. We believe that everyone should have access to the highest level of service and expertise without breaking the bank. So why wait? Contact us today to schedule a consultation and start achieving your real estate goals!