Builders across Las Vegas are extending indoor living spaces outdoors with the inclusion of sliding or pocket doors, patios and courtyards.
About 10 percent of Americans choose to live behind bars, and with a quick drive around town, it looks like that might be a low estimate by the Census.
It’s simple to pay off a mortgage earlier. But should you? That’s a complicated question.
Winning the best model home kitchen in the $300,000 to $500,000 range at the Silver Nugget Awards was no surprise to American West Homes.
A jumbo mortgage is a home loan for an amount that exceeds conforming loan limits established by regulation. The limit is $417,000 in most of the United States but is $625,500 in the highest-cost areas.
Good news for folks who can afford to borrow a half-million or more to buy a house: J.P. Morgan is the latest bank to ease its lending standards for jumbo mortgages.
Most people who sign a mortgage don’t intend to walk away from it. Still, unforeseen circumstances — huge medical bills, lost jobs, divorce or eroding property values — can overwhelm even the best-intentioned borrower. A simple twist of fate can leave you facing a homeowner’s worst nightmare: foreclosure.
Once relegated to the upper floor of multistory homes, new homebuilders have found the demand to move the king”;s castle downstairs has become dominant.
The trend of indoor/outdoor living is spilling onto the front and sides of homes across the Las Vegas Valley. Elaborate entryways and courtyards are being incorporated into homes to meet the lifestyle requirement.
Michele Johnson, president and CEO of Las Vegas-based Financial Guidance Center, said though home prices are increasing in the valley, homeownership is one of main draws for people moving to Clark County.
A record 117 single-family, multifamily, remodeling and community projects were honored at the 2015 Best in American Living Awards Gala held during the 2016 International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas.
As winter gives way to spring, the homebuying market tends to heat up as well.
Be it the bitter winds of the winter or the brutal heat of the summer, there’s one thing homebuyers look for to make their commute a little easier. It makes for a warmer skip from the living room to the road; it creates an instant mudroom; and, now, most Las Vegan homeowners can’t imagine life without one.
Families considering buying a new home in one of Las Vegas’s many expanding master-planned communities might wonder if it’s important to have a real estate agent help find a model that suits them and help them through the process.
Real estate experts say retirees are driving a heated demand for more Las Vegas single-story homes.