Former Vegas Golden Knights right wing Ryan Reaves has his Summerlin home under contract to close in September.
Former Vegas Golden Knights goaltender Marc André-Fleury, who was traded to Chicago in July, has sold his Summerlin home in The Ridges for $8 million.
Nicolas Cage’s former Spanish Hills home almost became his new treasure, but instead he’s leaving his Las Vegas past behind.
Whether having close friends over or hosting a large social gathering, a well-designed exterior elevates the backyard into the perfect entertainment retreat.
A buyer paid $17.5 million for a home in the Summit Club, which represents the highest per-square-foot price paid in Las Vegas for a single-family home.
Basketball Hall of Famer and TNT NBA analyst Shaquille O’Neal, who has business ties in Las Vegas, has sold the home he bought in Southern Highlands pre-pandemic and turned around and paid nearly $2 million for a private 1-acre compound near Wayne Newton’s former estate in the southeast valley, according to the listing agent’s social media post.
A wealthy buyer with ties to California paid a record $36 million for 4.47 acres to build an estate in the Summit Club.
Five years after it started closing deals, the Summit Club in Summerlin — home to singer Celine Dion, Vegas Golden Knights owner Bill Foley and Raiders owner Mark Davis — has sold all but five of its 150 custom lots and announced plans to construct 20 additional condominiums after 29 of its 31 ultra-luxury units sold out.
Lake Tahoe’s luxury real estate is moving at unprecedented levels. For the first time in his 18-year history of selling real estate, Mike Dunn, a luxury listing agent with Chase International, is witnessing luxury homes selling within days.
While the luxury real estate market remains hot with some of the top sales in Las Vegas history in June and annual marks about to be shattered, the activity continues to pick up with more brokerages trading hands.
A showcase home built by a luxury builder in the Henderson hillside development MacDonald Highlands has shattered the all-time Las Vegas sales record by going for $25 million.
A Las Vegas couple is accepting cryptocurrency to expand the pool of buyers for their $5.8 million home in The Ridges in Summerlin — taking advantage of the growing use of digital currency as part of real estate transactions in Southern Nevada, real estate industry executives say.
In the world of luxury, garages are no longer just a garage, the space becomes an extension of the man’s interests and personality.
Candi Liumai of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Nevada Properties has listed a portfolio of 22 homes throughout Las Vegas for a combined $7.8 million.
A Las Vegas homeowner is accepting cryptocurrency in addition to other forms of payment for their $5.8-million home in The Ridges in Summerlin.