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Las Vegas Luxury Homes

National Housing Market Trends – Las Vegas Real Estate

National Housing Market Trends
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Home sales are up, setting the highest pace since February 2007. In August, total existing home sales increased by 1.7 percent, setting a sales pace 12.2 percent higher than a year

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More Americans Are Optimistic About the Housing Market – LAS VEGAS LUXURY HOMES

Las Vegas Luxury Homes – In its April 2013 National Housing Survey, Fannie Mae conducted live telephone interviews with 1,001 Americans; the following highlights are an indication that faith and optimism in the American housing market are on the rise.

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Pending Luxury Homes of Las Vegas Home Sales Increase and Mortgage Rates Hold Steady

Las Vegas Luxury Homes: More real estate contracts were signed in January than in months past; what’s more, all regions of the country except the West reported a healthy increase in the number of pending home sales. While the

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National and Las Vegas Luxury Home Prices Rise – The Overall Market Improves

Luxury Homes Las Vegas – According to the National Association of Home Builders/First American Improving Markets Index (IMI), the number of improving housing markets in Las Vegas and across the country increased to 259 in February, up from 242 in

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Wayne Newton is being booted from his iconic Las Vegas Luxury Home.

Luxury Homes Las Vegas

Luxury Homes Las Vegas

 

Wayne Newton is being booted from his iconic Las Vegas Luxury Home. One of the best Las Vegas entertainers: Wayne Newton’s Casa de Shenandoah was put up for sale on Friday according to the

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Las Vegas Luxury Homes forecast to have largest mortgage delinquency dip in ’13

Las Vegas Luxury Homes in Nevada are expected to experience the largest decline in mortgage delinquencies nationwide in 2013, although the state’s average delinquency rate is forecast to remain above the national average, an analyst from TransUnion financial services said

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Las Vegas Luxury Homes: How to Buy a Home in Today’s Economy

Buying a Las Vegas Luxury home in today’s economy can be difficult, to say the least. If you’ve recently experienced a job loss, or other type of financial setback, you may think that your dreams of Las Vegas Luxury Home

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Las Vegas Luxury Homes: 2012 2nd Quarter Housing Summary

Las Vegas Luxury Homes: During the second quarter of 2012, home sales decreased from 2011 by 628 sales.  In April we saw a decrease of 45 sales, in May we saw an increase of 95 while June decreased

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Are You Ready To Be Las Vegas Luxury Homes Buyer?

You may have thought about buying Luxury Las Vegas Home once or considered it for a long time, but how do you know you’re truly ready? It’s important to evaluate your current situation and mentally anticipate and prepare for the Real Estate purchase process and journey; after all, it will be the biggest and most important purchase in your lifetime.

Las Vegas Luxury Homes

Las Vegas Luxury Homes

First, ask yourself what you really want.  A question like that can be trivial and broad but there are some questions you might not have considered yet like: Are you planning to move to a new community because of a change in lifestyle? Is buying an option and not a requirement? What would you like in a home that you do not have now? What is your purchasing time-frame?

Another big question is: Do you have the money? Most of us don’t have tons of cash sitting in our bank account so financing is a common action. Financing is defined as the difference between the purchase price and the down payment, known as debt or the mortgage. Closing costs, the final costs associated with closing a loan, are another thing buyers may overlook. You may purchase with little or no money down, but that means you should be prepared to have higher monthly mortgage payments, which is why most homebuyers choose to buy with some cash up front. Don’t forget, to qualify for little or no money down you need good credit. For at least one year prior to your Luxury Home purchase, you should make sure that every rent check, car payment, credit card bill and all other debts are paid in full and on time.

The key to making the Luxury Home-buying process easier and more understandable is planning and working with a good Real Estate agent. Knowledge and experience is the key to successful Real Estate transactions.

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Maneuvering the market for distressed Luxury Homes in Las Vegas – What do you need to know?

Although the short sale and foreclosure market is not for everyone, it is allowed many prospective Las Vegas Luxury Home buyers to come across opportunities that they may not have otherwise found. As an agent specializing in Las Vegas Luxury

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