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Las Vegas has long been known as a place for retirees and empty nesters to settle down, but in recent years, there has been a boom in the amount of millennials making their homes in Las Vegas. In a recent video from the LA times, we meet Cyndy Hernandez, a recent college graduate who fled California for everything Las Vegas has to offer. (You can watch the Video HERE.) Have you been curious as to why Vegas is on the rise, or have you been considering making the move yourself? Here are 5 reasons why you should! ... read more
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“Is the market still struggling?”  If we had a nickel for every time that question was asked, we could….go buy a piece of real estate.  The answer to that question is a resounding, “no!”   The Las Vegas real estate market has been resurging for the last three years or more with strong sales, a drastic decrease in distressed inventory and steady home price gains in both the residential and the commercial markets.  This trend is not stopping any time soon and is ... read more
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5 Tips for Making a One-Way Move into Las Vegas

Making the move to Las Vegas easy!
Posted by Sue Kwasneski on December 08, 2014 in  las vegas  moving  moving trucks  tips
Las Vegas is growing again and with that, a lot of people are moving to Las Vegas. People from all walks of life including: employees in the hospitality industry, new construction workers and, our beloved military families. Las Vegas has so much to offer that once you come to Las Vegas you’ll never want to leave!  You can find great priced houses to rent or buy in some of the best neighborhoods in the greater Las Vegas area. So you made the decision you are moving your family to Las Vegas.  The co... read more
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A few thoughts on Southern Nevada

Inflection points, favored asset classes, new homes and local challenges
Posted by John McClelland on April 23, 2014 in  construction  Las Vegas Global Economic Allian  Multifamily  new home sales  providence las vegas  RCG Economics
Inflection Points For those of you who have lived in or visited Las Vegas in the past few years, the impact of the recession has been quite obvious. For those who have been to Las Vegas recently, there are now some very bright spots in the regional economy that are also obvious. Just several years ago, one could drive down nearly any street in a residential neighborhood and see for-sale signs on at least one home. Things are far different today and while listing inventory is significantly higher than one year ag... read more
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A look at the reported price increases

Median Price, Case-Shiller
Posted by John McClelland on July 03, 2012 in  case shiller  median price indices
Home prices due appear to be on a pretty abrubt increase. Constrained supply, combined with continued demand from investors and owner occupants is leading to higher bids. We are beginning to see these same trends manifest in the Case-Shiller indices in the levels, first and second derivatives, as seen below. So we know that in general, prices are on the increase. What we don't know is how sustainable they are if more supply is placed on the market. Recently, new listings have been nearly equivelent to c... read more
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