6 Reasons To Avoid The MLS When Selling Your Las Vegas House

If you own real estate, you have probably heard of the MLS. It is a members-only website that is joined by real estate agents in the area. They have a local level, a state level, and a national level. Joining this association designates the agent as a Realtor. They must pay to access this service. … Continued

4 Tips For Selling Your House With Owner Financing In Las Vegas

What is owner financing? This is a type of sale where the owner finances their own buyer or becomes the bank. The owner will usually have similar terms to a bank for a buyer to qualify. They expect a downpayment, interest over a loan, and can also foreclose for non-payment. This is also a great … Continued

5 Things To Know About Selling Your Vacant Land In Las Vegas

Buying and selling vacant land is usually a specialized facet of the real estate market. If you own vacant land or are thinking about owning vacant land, here are five things to know about selling your vacant land in Las Vegas. Market is Less Active The first thing you need to understand about selling your … Continued

6 Hidden Expenses of Owning Vacant Land In Las Vegas

Vacant land can be a truly rewarding investment. Vacant land can also have hidden expenses; they might show up right away, maybe in the long run. There are annual taxes and potentially property owner’s association fees to consider, not as many tax benefits, cash flow and property maintenance issues, and market conditions to consider. Call … Continued

The Hidden Costs of Owning Vacant Land In Las Vegas

Vacant land can be a truly rewarding investment. Vacant land can also have hidden costs; maybe right away, maybe in the long run. There are annual taxes and potentially property owner’s association fees to consider, not as many tax benefits, cash flow, and property maintenance issues, and market conditions to consider. Call Buying Nevada Houses … Continued

5 Ways Holding Onto Vacant Land Is Costing You In Las Vegas

Vacant land can be a truly rewarding investment. Holding on to vacant land can also cost you; maybe right away, maybe in the long run. There are annual taxes and potentially property owner’s association fees to consider, not as many tax benefits, cash flow, and property maintenance issues, and market conditions to consider. Call Buying … Continued