Coldwell Banker Premier Realty

September Single Family Update

Prices Flat, Sales Decline, Many Homes Still Sell Quickly
Posted by John McClelland on October 11, 2016 in  Single Family

  • We are starting to see seasonal declines in sales rates
  • Prices continue to be flat
  • Inventory remains relatively low
  • Marketing times are starting to move off of very low boundaries

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Date:September 28, 2016 Media Contact: Peter Poggione 702.204.0343 Maryellen Mackenzie returns to Coldwell Banker Premier Realty Maryellen Mackenzie started her career in real estate at Coldwell Banker Premier Realty in 1993 before venturing off in pursuit of new opportunities in 2008. Now, nearly eight years later, she returns to the brokerage as Branch Manager of the CBPR Green Valley Campus. Mackenzie oversees more than 75 agents who are responsible for gross sales that will exceed $200 million in 2016. &... read more
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Las Vegas Residential Data Update

Posted by John McClelland on September 23, 2016 in  Las Vegas Residential Market

After rising prices over part of the summer, Single Family Home price increases paused again.

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Coldwell Banker’s Awesomeness Ads

This is Home. This is Where Awesome Happens.
Posted by Realistiq Support on September 16, 2016 in No Category
Awesomeness is reserved for those who set their minds to it. And awesomeness is what we pursue every day. Our calling is to help people realize one of the most awesome moments anyone can experience – that very moment they step into a place called home. Their home!  Enjoy our Coldwell Banker 2016 advertising campaign we call "Awesomeness."Watch them here!This is HOME: Awesomeness Ad Bull Dog Sleeping baby Laughing Baby Pregnancy Reveal ... read more
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If you’re fresh out of college and settling in at your first or second job, homeownership might be out of sight, out of mind. But there’s a lot you can do in your 20s to better position yourself for buying a home when the time is right. You’ve got plenty of company if you’re not ready to house-hunt just yet. Fifty-seven percent of millennials rent because they view it as more affordable or because they think they won’t qualify for a mortgage, according to a 2014 Fannie Mae surv... read more
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