In a year when we’re learning to do so much remotely, homebuying is no exception. From going to work to attending school, grocery shopping, and even seeing our doctors online, digital practices
Las Vegas Will Be KING In 2018
Dated: December 7 2017
So Las Vegas received some BIG NEWS yesterday from Realtor.com.... CLICK HERE TO READ ALL ABOUT IT.... All I have been hearing over the past 12-16 months is how Las Vegas is in the middle of a huge bubble that is about to pop and that people were better off waiting for it to POP before buying a home... All those people that have remained on the fence are costing themselves some big $$$ Why? Simple... 2018 is going to be a HUGE year for Las Vegas and values are going to continue to keep climbing and climbing!! Not only that but interest rates will be going up as well... That is going to sting for a lot of people who will be having to pay more for the home and a higher monthly payment!! People are asking me after posting this article on all my social media pages, what is causing all of this? Simple... Supply & Demand!! Economics 101!! There is a huge demand for homes in Vegas and no inventory... And why isn't there any inventory in Vegas? Well I think its because people actually LOVE living here now... Look at what we have... A pro hockey and football team (the hockey team is kicking some major butt by the way)... We have tons of celebrity restaurants to choose from and world class shopping all over town... People are simply not selling their homes as much any more... This is a REALLY GOOD THING!!! I am so excited to see all the new multi-billion dollar projects that are breaking ground down on the strip... Its going to be an amazing year for Vegas!! Don't miss it!!
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