Las Vegas Real Estate Investors

Las Vegas real estate investment properties for the savvy investor. Highlighting great Las Vegas homes for long term Las Vegas single family homes and multi family investors.

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Is this a Great Opportunity for a Las Vegas Real Estate Investor?

Thursday, March 24th, 2011 at 7:14pm. 1362 Views, 0 Comments.

Great Las Vegas Investment Opportunity?

I was doing some searching for investmet properties for one of my Las Vegas real estate investment clients and came across this statement for a particular listing in a neighborhood I like to keep an eye on:

 

"THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR AN INVESTOR AS THERE IS A LONG TERM TENANT IN PLACE WHICH AT THIS PRICE IS A 9% RETURN.  THIS UNIT IS GORGEOUS A FORMER MODEL WITH HARDWOOD FLOORS, MODERN BATHROOM FIXTURES, BUILT IN BOOK CASE & STAINLESS STEAL APPL."

 

Maybe it was the STEAL for Stainless Steel appliances that caught my attention or the 9% return. Not sure.

The current list price is $83,000. Knowing what I know about this community, recent comparable sales for this particular floorplan should be in the high…


Commercial Real Estate Vacancy Rates hold steady in Las Vegas

Wednesday, January 5th, 2011 at 9:13am. 1548 Views, 0 Comments.

Signs of Recovery in Las Vegas?

From the Las Vegas Sun:

"The commercial real estate vacancy rate in Las Vegas held steady during the fourth quarter — a sign analysts said signals the worst of the downturn may be over for the retail, office and industrial market."

Read the Full Story Here By Buck Wargo - Las Vegas Sun 01/05/2011

Something to point out here for readers not from Las Vegas - There were so many commercial real estate projects planned during the phony economy days that were built and came online after the Las Vegas economy fizzled out and this added to the inventory. 

In other words, a 24% vacancy rate today does not mean the same as a 23% vacancy rate at the end of 2009. Much like residential real estate building in Las Vegas, when credit was…


Will Las Vegas Home Values ever bottom out?

Sunday, November 21st, 2010 at 8:55am. 3583 Views, 4 Comments.

HomeBuyer Tax Credit Only Delayed the Inevitable

Home values will continue to drop across the nation according to an article in HousingWire.

FISERV Expects Big Drop in Home Prices Next Year 11/15/2010 by Jon Prior

Fiserv Chief Economist David Stiff said the largest declines will come in those markets that had strong spring and summer price gains.

"This is because the home buyer tax credit delayed the correction in home prices that is necessary to return housing affordability to its pre-bubble levels," Stiff said.

Las Vegas Real Estate still has it's issues

No doubt you've heard that Las Vegas is the foreclosure capital of the United States as homeowners give up on seeing any hope of home values returning to the peak levels seen in 2006. The latest estimates are…


Summerlin South Rental Home Needed!

Tuesday, June 8th, 2010 at 1:13pm. 767 Views, 0 Comments.

Summerlin Home for Lease Needed!

I have fantastic Clients with Excellent Credit & Income searching for an upgraded home in Summerlin. Need a minimum of 2,500 square feet, 4 bedrooms + and my clients will pay up to $2,700 a month. Prefer South Summerlin in the 89135 zip code.

Will Sign a Two Year Lease for the Right Property!

Excellent FICO scores over 700+ are only here for two years on a work assignment. If you have a property in South Summerlin that you think meets this criteria, Please call Paul Francis of Prudential Americana Group at 702.592.3058 immediately.

Update...House Found... Thanks!

Paul Francis
Prudential Americana Group
www.LasVegasRealEstateHome.com
702.592.3058


Well Priced Summerlin Home - Non Bank Owned / Non Short Sale

Wednesday, April 14th, 2010 at 9:04pm. 1039 Views, 0 Comments.

Well Priced Summerlin Homes not Bank Owned do Exist

Summerlin in Las Vegas, NevadaWhile everybody is running around chasing down Bank Owned Homes and the bureacracy involved, here is further proof that it is possible to find nice homes where you can have a response to your offer before the April 30th deadline:

Summerlin Home for $265,000 - Price was just reduced from $275,000. 2,434 sq. ft. located in the desirable Summerlin South area and built in 2000. These homes were offered and built by Pulte back in the late 1990's before the building bubble nonsense and the community was actually well planned out. During the peak of the housing bubble, they easily reached over $500,000 if you could even find one for sale. According to the tax records, The current owners are the original owners and…