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Las Vegas, NV real estate agents directory

  • Keller Williams Realty The Marketplace

    John Paul Molfetta Sr.

    Mobile: 1-702-808-8948    Office: 1-702-808-8948   

    Website Agent Listings Contact John Paul Molfetta Sr.

    " We understand that buying or selling a home is more than just a transaction: it’s a life-changing experience. That’s why our team of highly-seasoned real estate professionals is dedicated to providing exceptional, personalized service for all of our clients. We take great pride in the relationships we build and always work " ...

     
    Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
    REALTOR®
    The Multiple Listing Service Mark
     

    I specialize in: Henderson, NV - N Las Vegas, NV - Summerlin, NV - San Diego, CA - Los Angeles, CA - Las Vegas, NV - 

  • HomeSmart Encore Real Estate Advisors

    Goran Krkic & Carlynn Mazon

    Mobile: 1-702-501-5231    Office: 1-702-763-2145   

    Website Agent Listings Contact Goran Krkic & Carlynn Mazon

    "  Goran Krkic & Carlynn Mazon If you are looking to BUY, SELL or INVEST  in Las Vegas, Henderson, Summerlin, Green Valley, Mountains Edge or N. Las Vegas. Then Goran Krkic and Carlynn Mazon are you go to TEAM!  Get a FREE Market Analysis of your HOUSE by Clicking HERE Krkic & Mazon Real Estate Group division of " ...

     
    ABR, Accredited Buyer Representative
    Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
    REALTOR®
    Resort & Second-Home Markets Certification
    SRS - Seller Representative Specialist
    The Multiple Listing Service Mark
     

    I specialize in: Las Vegas, NV - Henderson, NV - Summerlin, NV - Green Valley, NV - Enterprise, NV - N Las Vegas, NV - 

  • Results Realty

    Aaron Bates

    Mobile: 1-702-858-6636    Office: 1-702-685-9999   

    Website Agent Listings Contact Aaron Bates

    "As a Professional full time Realtor, I will help you in making this a smooth transaction for you. Please contact me for all of your Las Vegas real estate needs. I work 7 days a week and have lived in Las Vegas since 1999. No matter what your need is I can help. Buying, selling, renting, short sales, or if you are looking for an investement " ...

     
    Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
    REALTOR®
    The Multiple Listing Service Mark
     

    I specialize in: Las Vegas, NV - North Vegas, NV - 


 
What happens in Las Vegas, stays in Las Vegas… but what Las Vegas Real Estate Agents have come to find is that Who comes to Las Vegas, stays in Las Vegas.
 
Yes, though Vegas has a deserved and proud fame of being a “Disney for Grown-ups” – which naturally places the city as one of the best cities for singles -  Nevada’s most famous town has been attracting a lot of long term stays as of lately. Las Vegas Real Estate Agents are smiling from ear to ear; in fact, it was named the #1 real estate market in 2018.
 
Truth be told, the city is only picking up a pace that was stopped with the great recession. The Las Vegas Real Estate market was booming in the late 2000’s but suffered badly, especially Luxury Real Estate, with the housing crash in 2009. Reasons behind the return of growth are both the hard-working professionals in town (yeah, you too Las Vegas Real Estate Agents) that helped businesses pick up again and a governmental effort to attract more investment to the city. In a matter of 5 years, Vegas acquired three major league franchises, bringing the Raiders (NFL) from Oakland, creating the Vegas Golden Knights for NHL (ironic a hockey team in the desert, right?), and the Las Vegas Aces (WNBA). The Raiders alone are scheduled to play on a brand new 65,000 capacity stadium to be launched in 2020 – can you think of how many jobs this will create during and after the construction?
 
Infrastructure is booming as a whole. The population still drives around a lot, but more and more, Vegas is investing in its public transportation service with bus and trains. Is it a place for family? Well, Las Vegas Real Estate Agents will tell you it’s increasingly becoming more appealing to families. Las Vegas has a total of 68 parks, 109 skate parks, and countless other family areas; they really hold nothing when it comes to having fun on this town… However, education is a bit of an issue; considering Nevada ranks last on Education, Las Vegas is not even that bad, but still…. Ouch. Its school district is the fifth most populous school district in America and we always want a little more attention for our children, right? But since 2015, the state has been investing heavily in education – more than 500 million Dollars! -  so while the changes will only reflect in a couple of years, families already feel it in their children's growth. Plus, a way to work around that if you can’t wait is enrolling your kid at private schools, charter schools or homeschools.
 
Talk to one of the many Las Vegas Real Estate Agents we have, and you’ll have one definite notion: there’s a reason this city is so unforgettable and living among this sort of greatness every day, is a real treat!

Zipcodes covered by agents in Las Vegas, Nevada

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Popular Real Estate Terms

The Exclusive Agency Listing is regularly confused with the Exclusive Right to Sell Listing, but they are not the same. True: on both Listings, only 1 Broker or Agent has the right to sell the property. However, different from the Exclusive Right to Sell Listing, whenever a home ...

A lien is a legal instrument by which one party – usually lenders and creditors - guarantees the obligation of a real estate owner to do something – generally repays the money. If that obligation is not satisfied at the right time through the right methods, the lien a ...

Gentrification is an urban development phenomenon wherein a specific area changes its population profile by way of an economic appreciation of its real estate. The best way to understand gentrification is through an example: imagine Neighborhood X is located near a power plant, ...

The open perils policy is the counterpart to the named perils policy. In it, any peril NOT mentioned is covered by the policy. Here's an example: let's say you got an open perils policy homeowner's insurance and it lists volcanoes eruptions and floods. If there was a fire or if ...

The ability to pay is a self-explanatory term used in Real Estate to determine if the Home Buyer has the financial health to honor a deal. Mortgage Lenders can't afford to lend out money to whoever they like; they need to know if the borrower is able to pay the loan back. There ...

Thinking about selling your own home without an agent? You can. For Sale By Owner or FSBO is how it’s called in the real estate world when a homeowner decides to sell his house on his own, with no help from a real estate broker or agent.For Sale By Owner listings or FSBOs h ...

Popular Real Estate Questions

Everyone in your family thinks they know how to take pictures to sell your house, right? They say you shouldn’t spend money hiring a professional photographer since you are already doing this whole thing in the For Sale By Owner (FSBO) way. But trust us: even if you ha ...

A very common real estate question is:Do Tiny Houses depreciate?Short answer is: yes, tiny houses do depreciate. But let’s explain the “why”s so we get to the bottom of the exceptions.Because most tiny houses are built on wheels – whether as RVs and motorh ...

“What states allow tiny houses?” – that’s a very simple question that yields a very complicated answer.And that’s because: Building codes vary not only from state to state but from city to city. So there are states that have some cities that do al ...

All foreclosures have the same cause - missed payments. Financial difficulties come without notice. You may lose your job overnight, your business may no longer fight with the competition, or your spouse got sick and couldn’t work for a long time. Unemployment is dangerous ...

The time is here: you decided you will buy a home. Congratulations! But soon after you get motivated to do, conscience kicks in and makes you ask yourself: how much income do I need to buy a house? Well, it will depend first on the location of which this house is located and al ...

Yes, you can! Now, it depends on what type of loan you are looking for. Is it a home loan? Or a payday loan? It is possible to borrow money even with a FICO score of 500 points. So, when you have bad credit, you probably don’t want to have your credit checked during the ap ...

 

Real Estate Advice and Tips

 

Home Seller Tips

9 Unusual Ways In Which Water Increases The Value Of Your House

9 Unusual Ways In Which Water Increases The Value Of Your House

What really increases the price of the house is its location. So, if your house is not on an exotic beach, we will tell you how to bring the sea to your house. Stay with us as we look at the friendly side of the water - the miraculous liquid that makes our planet habitable. Water is both a friend and an enemy in real estate. Leaking faucets, burst pipes, and floodings ...

Home Seller Tips

LISTINGS 101: What You Need To Know When You Hire A Real Estate Agent Or A Broker

LISTINGS 101: What You Need To Know When You Hire A Real Estate Agent Or A Broker

Open Listings, Net listings, Exclusive Right to Sell Listings, Exclusive Agency Listings, Dual Listings… feeling you’re getting drowned by so many different types of Listing Agreements? Fear not! We are here to help! First thing you need to understand is that a real estate listing agreement (or just Listing) is the employment contract a home seller makes ...

Homebuyer Tips

6 Tips To Better Manage Your Vacation Rental

6 Tips To Better Manage Your Vacation Rental

Do you have a vacation rental? Or do you want to invest in one? Read the following tips to improve your business skills. Wise real estate investments have changed lives for generations. Actually, 45% of real estate investors buy properties with the intent to rent and earn extra money. If you’ve purchased a rental property in an attempt to get rich quickly, you might ...

Agent Advice

How To Become A Real Estate Agent

How To Become A Real Estate Agent

Becoming a real estate agent can be a great career move to make, and you may be eager to get started assisting clients with their home buying, selling or renting plans. However, before you can begin working in this field, you must take the appropriate classes and pass a real estate licensing exam. You will also need to find a real estate agent or principal ...

Home Seller Tips

What Costs Do Buyers And Sellers Pay On Big Day When Escrow Closes?

What Costs Do Buyers And Sellers Pay On Big Day When Escrow Closes?

Many wannabe first-time home buyers and sellers alike wonder who should pay what costs for on the wonderful day that both parties seal the biggest deal of a lifetime. As virtually every item is subject to negotiation, there are no standard rules or formula for precise calculation. Fortunately, though, prevailing norms do exist that we present below for basic grasp of a ...

Homebuyer Tips

Acts Of God House Flipper Investing: Is This A Thing?

Acts Of God House Flipper Investing: Is This A Thing?

The mind of the real estate investor works with one goal in mind: making a profit. So, with the Atlantic Hurricane Season Coming, the bold real estate investor sees not only a dangerous scenario, but a good opportunity to invest. How is that?, you ask.Well, imagine a house got damaged by some sort of natural disaster and the Homeowner’s Insurance didn’t ...

Home Seller Tips

When To Dispute Your Home Appraisal

When To Dispute Your Home Appraisal

When refinancing or selling your home, the lender will want an appraisal to determine the home’s value. Usually it must appraise for at least the amount of the loan. The lender will send an appraiser to your property to prepare an appraisal, which can depend on a variety of factors including: Comparable and recent sales in the neighborhood Your home’s ...

Homebuyer Tips

How Does The Home Loan Underwriting Process Work?

How Does The Home Loan Underwriting Process Work?

Most homebuyers know it’s a lot easier to go house hunting with an approved loan in hand. However, the initial visit to the lending institution is just the first step; while you are looking at properties in your price range with your real estate agent, the lender is putting your application through its paces in a series of steps known as underwriting. Step One: ...

Homebuyer Tips

5 Signs Of House Foundation Problems

5 Signs Of House Foundation Problems

Unless there is a known problem with a home’s foundation, most homeowners don’t give it a second thought. That could be dangerous and costly. Ignoring the signs of foundation problems means they could get worse, leading to potential structural damage. Potential Buyers (and homeowners) should know how to recognize the five signs of house foundation ...

Homebuyer Tips

Passive Income Strategies To Avoid Paying Interest On Your Home Loan

Passive Income Strategies To Avoid Paying Interest On Your Home Loan

To pay interest means to work twice for the same money. In other words, it reduces your productivity. When you are paying interest, you are simply treading water, that is you’re not making any progress. Despite this fact, most passive income opportunities rely on interest and especially on compound interest. There are many different definitions of interest, but in ...

 

Special Needs Housing

Special Needs Housing

“A house is not a home unless it contains food and fire for the mind as well as the body”, Benjamin Franklin once said. This sentence might be true for those who don’t know what people with special needs are looking for. When you live with a person who faces mental-health issues, all the books on the shelves won’t keep him/her warm. Special needs housing looks ...

Best Museums In The USA

Best Museums In The USA

Whenever you hear someone snarking about how America has no history, no culture, the land of the mindless blah blah blah, just know this: that person is definitely jealous of us. The fact of the matter is that one of the reasons the United States is always featured on all of the Best Vacation Destination lists is the fact that we are home to some of the coolest and most ...

Cities With The Best Housing Markets

Cities With The Best Housing Markets

Location is the most important part of buying a home. While variables like accessibility, affordability, and the local economy do factor in, job availability has become the defining factor for any home seller’s hopes. Because of this, many people are beginning to prefer cities that have healthy, bustling housing markets over cities with quickly declining ...

The Pros And Cons Of Installing An Inground Swimming Pool

The Pros And Cons Of Installing An Inground Swimming Pool

What does the house of your dreams look like? Would you rather have a pool or an uncropped piece of land behind your house? Depending on your age and geographic location, you may be in favor of the former or the latter. We all love to wallow in water during a hot summer day. But should we replace the ground with water? Which one is more valuable? Hard to decide. In this ...

Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD) Among The Best In Arizona

Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD) Among The Best In Arizona

A good education is one of the main ingredients of success in any career. As children, we spend a lot of time in schools during our childhood and youth, and we gather many long lasting memories in the classroom as well as on the school’s playgrounds. When it comes to education,  Arizona occupies the 44th position in a classification of the states with the best ...