Just like a lot of things these days, buying a home has become a pretty digital experience. At least, that’s how it starts out: looking at online listings, calculating payments and other costs, finding out what fits into the budget — all from the comfort of your home computer.
Water sports fans, beer and jazz lovers, and those who appreciate the lake environment particularly will enjoy the Lake Las Vegas community today.
Gather your kids, neighbors and leashed pets for a nice walk and family-friendly activities this morning to support local patients suffering from Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis at the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation “Take Steps Walk” at Mountain’s Edge.
From hilltop to lakefront communities, resort-style living is available in new, gated neighborhoods by leading homebuilders. They are highlighted by a magnificent 320-acre lake; abundant water-and-land activities; golf at the award-winning Reflection Bay Golf Club; amenities at the new, resident-exclusive Lake Las Vegas Sports ClubSM; and waterfront dining in The Village.
As active adults and empty-nesters continue to right-size their homes and simplify their lives, millennials are doing the same, according to national real estate consultant RCLCO in a recent study of top-selling master-planned communities of which Summerlin is one.
Skye Canyon has expanded its active lifestyle options for those living in the master-planned community. Partnering with Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort (LVPGR), the 1,700-acre northwest community now offers residents exclusive discounts at LVPGR through the Skye Pass program.
Toll Brothers is known for its luxury developments. This past year, however, it undertook its first venture in Nevada of building an age-restricted active-adult community for those 55 and older.
Could be last chance to deduct private mortgage insurance
Cadence, a 2,200 acre planned community in Henderson, will soon break ground on a new 5-acre park, boasting a three-section dog park, a tot lot, climbing wall and skills wall. The dog park will be the first for the growing community, which now has more than 400 families within its confines. For more information, visit www.cadencenv.com
A 300-acre housing development stalled during the recession in Summerlin is moving forward once again, with a grand opening on several models planned for late spring.