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Las Vegas Housing Market

Las Vegas Housing Market: Is it hot or is it not? Trends and Statistics

Las Vegas Housing Market Trends and Statistics Las Vegas Housing Market The hottest housing market in the country can be found in Las Vegas, Nevada. So, if you have developed desires to move to Las Vegas as your new home, you are in a long queue of others trooping into the world’s number one entertainment capital.

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HIgher Loan Limits

Higher Loan Limits in Clark County, Nevada

Higher Loan Limits in for Clark County, Nevada Higher Loan Limits New, higher loan limits in 2019.  This means more options for homebuyers in Clark County, Las Vegas, Nevada! The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) raises the 2019 maximum conforming loan limit for one-unit properties in most areas to $484,350. This reflects a $31,250 increase

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home values

Home Values of Redfin Launches The Owner Estimate Tool

Redfin launches new home-value estimate tool for US homeowners Home Values Redfin.com predicts home values & has recently launched a home-price estimation tool. Until this recent launch it was ones responsibility to play the role of a real estate agent and do comparables then Redfin would use that to come up with reasonable home values. Based

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Las Vegas Real Estate Market

How to Make the Winning Bid in the Las Vegas Real Estate Market

The Winning Bid: Competing With Other Buyers to Buy a Home in the Las Vegas Real Estate Market Las Vegas Real Estate Market Getting the home you dream home is hard.  5 out of 15 others are thinking the same too. Bidding in real estate is much like having fifteen soon to be married brides all

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Stop Foreclosure

Last Minute Strategies to Stop Foreclosure

Solutions If You Cannot Keep Your Home STOP FORECLOSURE   If you have already defaulted on your loan it doesn’t mean that you have to go through foreclosure. You have other options available to stop foreclosure.  Sometimes you can keep your home by working with your lender. Even if walking away from your home is

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