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Greater Las Vegas Valley Real Estate…by the numbers…Months of Inventory /Current Absorption Rate

I recently completed the 2010 Las Vegas Valley Real Estate Report, which gave us a pretty good picture of what the previous year presented, as well as what we might expect this year in our local real estate market.

When we take a look all those numbers and data, we can really dissect them down to a very micro level…  à la we’ve got the numbers, now what do they really mean?

ABSORPTION RATE

My definition of ABSORPTION RATE is: The number of months it would take, based on current market conditions, to sell the existing real estate inventory.

There are many different ways to try and determine what the actual months-of-supply is- and because the Las Vegas housing market shows to be a 90 day market (one that we refer only 90 days back upon for statistics), we will take a look at a 3 month history of sold properties (including Single Family, Condominiums, and Townhomes).

The chalkboard at the top of this post shows us how the rate is determined. Quite a simple little formula… Take the number of sold properties (within the last 3 months), divide by the number of months (three), and that gives us the ABSORPTION RATE.

To arrive at our months-of-supply, we take the number of currently available properties and divide those by the absorption rate, which will give us our magic number.

THE GREATER LAS VEGAS VALLEY NUMBER OF MONTHS SUPPLY OF HOMES

Calculation after calculation and we arrive at pretty consistent numbers.

Reflecting on the properties available, we’ve got about 4.5 months supply of Real Estate (if nothing new was listed, we would be out of homes in 4 months…).   If we threw the homes that were in PENDING or CONTINGENT status into the mix, we arrive at approximately 8 months of inventory (I prefer not to use these listings as they are not “available to purchase”,  per se) .

We also need to be aware that specific price points have different numbers.  For example, homes priced between $0-$50,000 only have a 3 month supply of inventory; homes priced over 1 Million dollars have a 26.5 month supply.

The 3 Month Data

# of ACTIVE
PROPERTIES
# of ACTIVE/ PENDING/ CONTINGENT PROPERTIES # of SOLD PROPERTIES (within past 3 months) ABSORPTION RATE MONTHS OF SUPPLY
15,366 26,189 10,119 3,373 4.5 / 8

Back in the “old” days of Real Estate, 4.5 months of inventory clearly defined a ‘NORMAL” market. Although we’ve been all-but-normal here in Vegas, I think these numbers fit right into place with the information collected in the Year-End Report.  Close-to-the-bottom, and right on track to our “NEW NORMAL”…

What are your thoughts?

*information provided by GLVAR MLS, deemed reliable, not guaranteed.

**Click HERE to read the 2010 Las Vegas Real Estate Report**


Would you like Absorption Rate/ Months-of-Supply data about a specific Las Vegas area, or even your neighborhood? Just let me know and I will be happy to provide this for you!

As always, if you have any questions regarding any Las Vegas Real Estate, or about purchasing or selling any home in the Las Vegas Valley, please give me a call-

Talk Soon,


Heidi Griffith, SFR
Your Las Vegas Realtor® for Life!
Short Sale & Foreclosure Resource
Realty One Group
702-540-0420

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Welcome to an oasis in the Las Vegas desert- The Lakes

A gorgeous rainbow view from the southern portion of Lake Sahara. What a beautiful oasis in the Las Vegas Valley!

Lake Sahara is a man-made lake located in the wonderful master plan community, The Lakes located in Las Vegas.  I recently had the opportunity to spend an uncommon, yet very welcomed rainy day in this fabulous neighborhood and was able to take a few great photos for you to enjoy!

Ducks enjoying their Lake Sahara home!

Located just west of Durango Blvd., between Sahara Blvd. and Desert Inn Road, The Lakes was one of the first master planned communities in our Valley.  Developed in the mid to late 1980′s, approximately 4,000 residents gladly call The Lakes home!

Tree-lined Streets, walking paths, greenbelts and wonderful waterscapes add to the charm of this fabulous community

The community has so much to offer its proud residents.  Walking paths, greenbelts, waterscapes as well as many private recreational facilities, neighborhood business plus much more all are within The Lakes approximate 2 square mile boundaries.

One of the many business in The Lakes includes King & I Thai Restaurant. Delish Thai food and great Lunch Specials too!

There is a variety of beautiful single family neighborhoods in various price ranges, along with a wonderful mixture of townhomes, condominiums, and apartment homes.  There are even many residences with lake-front property!  Not too many places in our desert valley that you can say you have that!

Pertaining to The Lakes Real Estate, there are currently 143 properties (active, with contingent offers, and pending sale date) available.  The median price of these properties is $162,00.

The Lakes most expensive property for sale is a breath-taking, lake front home that is 9,469 square feet with six bedrooms and nine baths.  It is priced at $4,350,000.000

The Lakes least expensive property is a 672 square foot, one bedroom, one bath condominium  listed at $34,500.00

If you haven’t had the opportunity to experience the fabulous area, I highly suggest taking a drive over.  Maybe even stop in for lunch or dinner at one of the great dining spots- how about Marche’ Bacchus.  A great little French Bistro that also includes a magnificent Wine Shop!  Make sure to dine on the patio to enjoy your meal lake-front, the best-of-the-best!

*information provided by GLVAR MLS, deemed reliable, not guaranteed.

Do you have any questions about The Lakes?  Contact me, I’d be more than happy to help!

And as always, if you have any questions regarding any Las Vegas Real Estate, or about purchasing or selling any home in the Las Vegas Valley, please give me a call-

Talk Soon,


Heidi Griffith, SFR
Your Las Vegas Realtor® for Life!
Short Sale & Foreclosure Resource
Realty One Group
702-540-0420

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2010 Greater Las Vegas Valley Real Estate Housing Market Report

The New Year is upon us. Amazing that it’s 2011 now, isn’t it?!

Every year, I do extensive research about what the previous year brought us.  The past several years have been hard to gauge- with so many factors that would surround our local  Las Vegas housing market.

We’ve had the proverbial  black cloud looming over our heads here in the Valley for the past few years, wouldn’t you agree?  News reports of sky-rocketing unemployment rates, some of the highest foreclosure levels in the country along with consumers either not in a financial position or not willing to make a leap-of-faith towards purchasing Las Vegas Real Estate could certainly make an impact in what 2010 dealt us.  Even the so-called experts and local economists had a hard time forecasting what would lie ahead.

2010 is now history.  And with history comes the data that helps put the whole picture /pieces of the pie together.  And in my opinion, those forecasters landed pretty darn close to the target- take a look back HERE- this was the post I wrote almost one year ago. These are the prognostications that a panel of local “experts” presented at the Las Vegas Crystal Ball Seminar.

Heidi’s Analogy of the Las Vegas Real Estate/ Housing Market-
Right now our hand is in the water.  The water’s still a little murky, but we can feel the bottom.  We can’t see it just yet, but we know it’s there…

So was 2010 THE year of recovery?  It’s hard to say this early in the game, however the preliminary stats show us some definite consistency and leveling. This, coupled with reports of restoration on a National level, certainly leads me to believe that if we haven’t hit the bottom here in Vegas, we sure are close…

A QUICK LOOK BACK:

INTEREST RATES AT ALL TIME LOWS

Mortgage rates hit all-time recorded lows.  That alone had to assist- allowing buyers to not only receive phenomenal rates- making their mortgage payments significantly lower, but also helped those buyers who may not have qualified at higher rates to purchase a home.


HOMEBUYER TAX CREDIT EXTENSION

Late in 2009 the decision was also made to extend the HOMEBUYER TAX CREDIT through June 2010.  The numbers show us that this extension made a HUGE impact.  June’s data proves this, as it was our largest month for closings of the year (*SEE NUMBERS BELOW).

FANNIE MAE HOMEPATH PROGRAM

The Fannie Mae Homepath program took its first spin here in Las Vegas.  Offering buyers who planned on actually living in the home (versus investors scooping up all the deals) the opportunity to purchase before non-occupied owners/ investors.  This program has become a huge success and many families were given an opportunity that they might not have received without it.

VEGAS DEALS ABOUND

Deals, deals, deals galore still surrounded our valley.  Between Short Sales, REO’s/Foreclosures, and traditional sellers who understood the importance of pricing their home competitively, Las Vegas created a gold mine loaded with value.

WHAT SOLD?

The years sales data also dispayed much consistency throughout the market regarding the types of sales that were happening.  The closing numbers reflected, on a pretty even level that the markets closings were: 40% REO’s (bank-owned), 30% Short Sales, and 30% Traditional Sales (although the term “Traditional” has seen some changes).

LISTENING TO OUTSIDERS- DO or DON’T

2010, much like 2009, was a tough year to listen to the National News.  Las Vegas is a market of its own.  Outside information and data do not necessarily affect what is ACTUALLY happening here.  As I suggested to my clients this past year, use caution when referring to what the national broadcasters and reporters present to us.

We are as micro as it gets here in Vegas…..


2010 YEAR END REPORT:

 

MONTH SINGLE FAMILY CONDOMINIUM/ TOWNHOME TOTAL MEDIAN SALES PRICE (SINGLE FAMILY ONLY)
JANUARY 2559 587 3146 $135,000
FEBRUARY 2346 614 2960 $136,000
MARCH 3108 716 3824 $136,000
APRIL 2911 701 3612 $143,000
MAY 2835 680 3515 $142,000
*JUNE 3303 816 4119 $140,000
JULY 2895 715 3610 $135,000
AUGUST 2778 739 3517 $140,000
SEPTEMBER 2745 702 3447 $135,000
OCTOBER 2547 704 3251 $133,000
NOVEMBER 2724 668 3392 $135,000
DECEMBER 2916 765 3681 $132,000

NOTES:

  • Average of Median Sales Price (Single Family Only) for 2010: $137,000- down $6,000 from ’09′s average ($143,000).
  • June 2010 reflects end of HOMEBUYER TAX CREDIT with highest sales month for year. 4119 total homes closed in the Greater Las Vegas Valley.
  • Approximately 4175 more homes closed in 2009 than did in 2010. Although 2009′s numbers were obviously stronger, with higher median sales price averages, this also showed major signs of stabilization in the Las Vegas Real Estate Marketplace.  The average median sales price in 2010 was much more anchored than 2009, which saw a drastic reduction in values early in that year (jumping from $160,000 median all the way down to $136,000 median).

There it is.  2010′s Vegas Real Estate Review.  What’s your take on what lies ahead?  I know I’ve got my batteries charged, and am ready to jump in to 2011 with both feet!

Would you like data specific to your Las Vegas Valley area or neighborhood? Comment, Call, Text, Email, Send by Carrier Pigeon, or whatever your means :) and I will be happy to provide this to you!

Wishing you and yours a Happy, Healthy, and Prosperous 2011!


As always, if you have any questions regarding Las Vegas Real Estate, or about purchasing or selling or even renting any home in the Las Vegas Valley, please give me a call-

I WOULD LOVE TO EARN YOUR BUSINESS!

Talk Soon,


Heidi Griffith, SFR
Your Las Vegas Realtor® for Life!
Short Sale & Foreclosure Resource
Realty One Group
702-540-0420

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Looking for Fun Stuff to do in Las Vegas this Holiday Season? Las Vegas Weekly provides us some great suggestions!

I love, love, love Las Vegas Weekly magazine- especially the online version- and check it almost daily…

With an ongoing calendar of events schedule, the guys and gals over at the mag have provided us here in the Las Vegas Valley with a fabulous list of Christmas and Holiday activities.

Can’t wait to check a bunch of these out!

Thanks Las Vegas Weekly!


As always, if you have any questions regarding Las Vegas Real Estate, or about purchasing or selling or even renting any home in the Las Vegas Valley, please give me a call-

I WOULD LOVE TO EARN YOUR BUSINESS!

Talk Soon,


Heidi Griffith, SFR
Your Las Vegas Realtor® for Life!
Short Sale & Foreclosure Resource
Realty One Group
702-540-0420

E-Mail Heidi

Las Vegas Valley Renters Beware! Avoiding Rental Scams post re-visit

I read a disturbing post via KTNV- Channel 13 Action News on Facebook this morning.

Throughout the years I’ve heard many horror stories about nice folks trying to rent homes in Las Vegas only to get duped.  Channel 13 reported a story about a potential renter talking with someone they felt was the owner of the property (this so-called “owner” was ready to take their cash…), only to find out the guy was only the window washer who tried to pull a fast one…

READ ENTIRE STORY HERE

I’d been thinking about re-visiting the post I wrote back in August ’09,  and after reading this article, new it was time to help people looking to rent stay aware and alert.

Although I try to live my life thinking that most people are good…there still, unfortunately, are a few bad apples.

The original post described online scams- primarily Craigslist ads- but you need to make sure any rental situation is on the up-and-up.  I’m going to revise post a tad and include some helpful tips at end of original story.

Thoughts or questions about this topic?  Let me know!

Here’s the original post:

Are you thinking about renting a property in Las Vegas?  In today’s market, there are certainly plenty of places to560104_mrcoolguy choose from.   As so many of us do, most turn directly to the popular classified website, Craigslist for so many things.    And real estate, both purchasing and renting, are two of the most frequent searches.

RENTER BEWARE

Unfortunately, this scam has been around for a very long time, but over the past year or so,  a new breed of scammer has hit Craigslist and other various online/ print classified sites. The scam goes like this.  A potential renter looks up Las Vegas rental properties (typically single family homes, townhomes or condos)  on the Craigslist site.  The scam artist has a rental property listed and requires deposits on the property.  Renter pays scammer his/her deposit and then finds out 1) the property is not even owned by scammer, and  2) the property is not available for rent. The renter is now out whatever money he has given said scam artist, and most likely homeless as he or she’s intention was to move into property they’ve given the deposit on. YIKES! Some of these scam artists are claiming to be Real Estate Agents, others say that they own the property. Remember, always use caution when forking over cash and beware of scams.

TIPS:

  1. If the deal sounds too good to be true…well, yep, it probably is.
  2. Working with a licensed Property Manager and/ or Realtor® will help protect your interest, and know that you are leasing through a legitimate agency.
  3. Make sure to read all leases prior to turning over any deposits
  4. ASK QUESTIONS.  If you don’t ask…you won’t know.  If they can’t answer, hmmm…
  5. Be wary of overly enthusiastic landlords who are “ready to move you in right away”. Also make sure to research about what rental price should really be.  If it seems way too low…well, refer back to tip #1 folks…
  6. It’s best to use CASHIERS CHECKS/ MONEY ORDERS for leasing transactions- especially deposits.  SCAMMERS LOVE CASH!
  7. Meet prospective landlord, leasing agent or the likes AT THE PROPERTY.  If they want to meet elsewhere and just “turn over keys for cash”, uh, yeah, that’s probably a big red flag too.   Also, it is a good idea to bring someone along with you . ALWAYS MAKE SAFETY YOUR FIRST PRIORITY!
  8. Concerned that the home is in Foreclosure?  You can check the Clark County Recorders site and do a property check to see if a NOTICE OF DEFAULT has been filed on the home.  Your Property Manager and/or Realtor® can also obtain current information for you.

This is just a short reference list of things to be aware of.  If you, or someone you know has any questions or  is looking for a Las Vegas Rental property, I have access to thousands of homes, condominiums and townhomes available in the Las Vegas Valley via the MLS .  I can also refer some great Property Managers to work with (either renting or renting out a place).


As always, if you have any questions regarding Las Vegas Real Estate, or about purchasing or selling or even renting any home in the Las Vegas Valley, please give me a call-

Talk Soon,


Heidi Griffith, SFR
Your Las Vegas Realtor® for Life!
Short Sale & Foreclosure Resource
Realty One Group
702-540-0420

E-Mail Heidi

Holiday Martini Recipes that will make you say Mmmmm… Greetings from the Real Estate Martini!

I’m known around these parts as “The Real Estate Martini” and with the holidays right around the corner…well, I thought I’d share some great Holiday-Tini Recipes with you! So go grab your favorite shaker and get to shakin’ up some holiday cheer! :)

CANDY CANE MARTINI

  • 3 fluid ounces rum
  • 2 fluid ounces peppermint schnapps
  • 1/2 fluid ounce grenadine syrup
  • 1 small candy cane
  1. Pour the rum, schnapps, and grenadine into a cocktail shaker over ice. Cover, and shake until the outside of the shaker has frosted. Strain into a chilled martini glass, and garnish with the candy cane to serve.

THE CHRISTMASTINI

  • 1 crushed candy cane, optional for garnish
  • 1 fluid ounce vanilla vodka (1 shot)
  • 2 shots white Creme de Cacao
  • 2 -3 tablespoons raspberry sauce or 2 -3 tablespoons Chambord raspberry liquor
  • candy cane stir stick
  1. Place crushed candy cane on a small plate. Wet the outside rim of a chilled martini glass with water. Holding the glass by the stem, rotate the rim to coat with candy.
  2. Layer the remaining ingredients in the prepared glass, top with a drizzle of raspberry sauce or Chambord. Serve with a candy cane stir stick.
  3. Merry Christmas!
    -Recipe courtesy of Food.com

Gingerbread Martini

  • 1 oz. vanilla vodka
  • 1 oz. hazelnut-flavored liqueur (recommended: Frangelico)
  • 1/2 oz. butterscotch schnapps
  • ice cubes
  • 4 oz. ginger beer (recommended: Reed’s Ginger Brew)
  • dark rum
  • Gingerbread man cookie (recommended: Pepperidge Farm) for garnish

Pour the vanilla vodka, hazelnut liqueur, and butterscotch schnapps into a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake well. Strain into a highball glass or any 8-ounce glass filled with ice. Top with ginger beer. Pour a little dark rum over the back of a spoon and float on top of the ginger beer. Garnish with a gingerbread man cookie. ~Recipe courtesy of Sandra Lee.

EGGNOG MARTINI

  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1/4 cup cornstarch
  • 1 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1 teaspoon pumpkin-pie spice, plus more for garnish
  • 8 cups whole milk
  • 6 large egg yolks
  • 3 cups brandy
  1. Set a large fine-mesh sieve over a large bowl. Place bottom of bowl in an ice bath; set aside. Off heat, in a medium saucepan, whisk together sugar, cornstarch, nutmeg, and pumpkin-pie spice. Gradually whisk in 4 cups milk, taking care to incorporate the cornstarch. Whisk in egg yolks.
  2. Whisking constantly, cook over medium heat until the first large bubble sputters, 10 to 12 minutes. Reduce heat to low; cook, whisking constantly, 1 minute more. Remove from heat; immediately pour through sieve into bowl. Stir in remaining 4 cups milk. Let cool completely in bowl still set in ice bath.
  3. Just before serving, stir in brandy, and ladle into glasses; garnish with pumpkin-pie spice.

Read more at Marthastewart.com: Eggnog Martini – Martha Stewart Recipes

***Remember, The Real Estate Martini asks that you drink responsibly.  And remember, the Real Estate Martini only drinks after-hours ;)  ENJOY!


As always, if you have any questions regarding Las Vegas Real Estate, or about purchasing or selling any home in the Las Vegas Valley, please give me a call-

Talk Soon,


Heidi Griffith, SFR
Your Las Vegas Realtor® for Life!
Short Sale & Foreclosure Resource
Realty One Group
702-540-0420

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Join in on the Holiday Spirit… Vegas Style Baby!

Tis the Season… It’s sometimes difficult getting into the spirit when the temps hover around 60-something-ish here in Vegas, yes? But we usually find a way to come up with that holiday cheer this season is known for…

My personal excitement is always the lights…oh the pretty, pretty lights! And I’m not talking Vegas neon here, either. I love to visit all of the holiday and Christmas displays Vegas has to offer (look for that post- filled with some great ideas- coming soon).  But my all-time fav is just driving around everyday neighborhoods looking at everyone’s creations.

This year, I’m going to take my personal photos, as well as reader submissions, are create a memorable pictorial blog post.  Something we can look back on all year long and gather a wee bit of that holiday cheer that makes us feel oh-so- good!

With that being said…Do you have decorations you’d like to show off?  Exterior lights, fancy, sparkly Christmas trees/Chanukkah bushes, or fun holiday decorations???

I’d love for you to send me your photos to add to the fun!  If you’d like to join in and show off your spirit, you can email me at HeidiSellsVegas(at)Gmail(d0t)com.

I’m so looking forward to seeing the lights… oh the pretty, pretty lights! :)



As always, if you have any questions regarding Las Vegas Real Estate, or about purchasing or selling any home in the Las Vegas Valley, please give me a call-

Talk Soon,


Heidi Griffith, SFR
Your Las Vegas Realtor® for Life!
Short Sale & Foreclosure Resource
Realty One Group
702-540-0420

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Support our Las Vegas Valley Vets this Veterans Day…And get a poppy in return!

With Veterans Day just one day away, donate to help disabled and hospitalized Vets in our valley…  In return, get a cute lil’ poppy just for showing your welcomed support!

The poppy story…

In Flanders Fields

In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.

We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields.

Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.

Happy Veterans Day, and a HUGE  Thank You to my father and all the Brave Men and Women who have given so much to our country!

As always, if you have any questions regarding Las Vegas Real Estate, or about purchasing or selling any home in the Las Vegas Valley, please give me a call-

Talk Soon,


Heidi Griffith, SFR
Your Las Vegas Realtor® for Life!
Short Sale & Foreclosure Resource
Realty One Group
702-540-0420

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Remember to “Fall Back” One Hour- Sunday November 7th- Good News- it’s an “extra” hours sleep!

It’s that time of year again…

fall back clockAt 2am on Sunday, November 7, 2010 we observing the end of Daylight Savings time.

Here’s an interesting article on Daylight Savings Time and its history

It’s also a great reminder to replace batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors!

Enjoy your extra hour!


As always, if you have any questions regarding Las Vegas Real Estate, or about purchasing or selling any home in the Las Vegas Valley, please give me a call-

 

Talk Soon,


Heidi Griffith, SFR
Your Las Vegas Realtor® for Life!
Short Sale & Foreclosure Resource
Realty One Group
702-540-0420

E-Mail Heidi

The Most & Least Expensive Las Vegas Real Estate Home Sales- September 2010

In true Las Vegas fashion, the face of our Real Estate Market is quite a diverse little cookie.

In September 2010, the Greater Las Vegas Valley (Las Vegas, Summerlin, Green Valley & North Las Vegas) had a total of 3,434 recorded closings. This number includes Single Family Homes, Condominiums and Townhomes.

Here’s a quick look at what our Las Vegas Real Estate Market did last month:

TOTAL SALES (includes Single Family, Condo, Townhome) 3,434

The Lows….

LEAST EXPENSIVE SALE (Condominium/Townhome): $8,000.00
Note: Yes, 4995 Jeffreys Ave. #212 (Tropicana Blvd/ Eastern Ave.) SOLD for $8,000.00. It was a 462 sq. ft. Bank-Owned 1 Bedroom Condo.  Price per Square Foot= $17.00

LEAST EXPENSIVE SALE (Single Family Residence): $13,500.00
Note:
Three homes SOLD for under $15,000 in September.  The lowest, 1328 Stevens, was a 1,120 square foot 3 bedroom, 2 bath home located near Owens and Pecos.  Price per square foot= $12.00

The In-Betweens….

September’s AVERAGE SALE PRICE (Condo/ Townhm): $71,335.00
Average PRICE PER SQ. FT.:………………………………………..$60.00
LOW:…………………………………………………………………$8,000.00
HIGH: …………………………………………………………..$1,301,413.00

September’s AVERAGE SALE PRICE (Single Family):     $170,156.00
Average PRICE PER SQ. FT.:………………………………………..$80.00
LOW:………………………………………………………………..$13,500.00
HIGH: ……………………………………………………………$3,100,00.00

The Highs….

MOST EXPENSIVE SALE (Condominium/Townhome): $1,301,403.00
Note: 9227 Tesoras Drive is a  3,902 sq. ft. Condominium with 3 bedrooms and 4 baths.  It was listed at $1,284,000.00 .

MOST EXPENSIVE SALE (Single Family Residence): $3,100,000.00
Note: T
he Las Vegas Luxury Market saw 2 homes close for over 3 million dollars in September! There were 18 closings that were 1 million plus….. The most expensive was 14 Sable Ridge Court in Summerlin.  With 10,365 sq. ft. , 6 bedrooms and 7 baths and sold for $299 per sq. ft.  This home was listed at $3,500,000.00

*information provided by GLVAR MLS, deemed reliable, not guaranteed.

As always, if you have any questions regarding Las Vegas Real Estate, or about purchasing or selling any home in the Las Vegas Valley, please give me a call-

 

Talk Soon,


Heidi Griffith, SFR
Your Las Vegas Realtor® for Life!
Short Sale & Foreclosure Resource
Realty One Group
702-540-0420

E-Mail Heidi