There are plenty of condominiums $75,000 or less.
Unless you are paying cash however you may find financing to be a little difficult in this market.
I have some suggestions I would like to share with you.
Please call, text or email me at your earliest convenience.
John J. Longeway
Keller Williams Realty Southern Nevada
Please allow me to cut through the chase. I won't be correcting anyone's spelling or grammar...or eluding your question about the "best" neighborhoods. The bottom line is: Agents aren't allowed by law to express their opinions on subjective feelings.
If, by "best" you mean, price, there's a place to look for that: http://www.lvmpd.com/. If you are referring to crime, there's a place to find that also. ETC...
If you are interested in more information on making a sound mind purchase and when to do so, please feel free to visit our "no holds barred" website for the real deal on buying properties in Las Vegas, NV.
Furthermore, we STRONGLY urge you to decide whether it will be for investment OR personal use. There are so many factors involved with both and they are very much so different...I mean...the entire process...from what to look for, how much to spend, and when to do it. It is not feasible for one to say "well, I want it for both purposes"...it simply isn't. (that is, if you want the TRUTH).
Thanks for inquiring...
LV Property Search
Michael Stone, REALTOR
Keller Williams The Marketplace I
Gated community with pool and clubhouse. Check out foreclosures and short sales to get a decent size 2 bed,2 bath that solsd for over $225,000 in 2006 and now selling in the $75,000 range
. Prices are a little softer in Dec and Jan. Cechk out todays foreclosure deals on website
David Cooper 702-499-7037
One Source Realty and Management
Cell - 702.501.0973
Website - http://matthewsellslasvegas.las.mlxchange.com
In regards to your question about the prices fluctuating down in the winter; I personally haven't noticed much of a price drop during the winter here in Las Vegas. I believe it's because we do not have the heavy snow/rain conditions that many other parts of the country have. That's usually the reason most housing markets slow down in the winter. Las Vegas is actually quite pleasant during the fall & winter months. This is why many retirees own second homes here, so they can escape the heavy winters in their home towns.
Broker (CDPE, CSP) http://www.LasVegasHousingExperts.com
Thank You for your question.
There are so many great neighborhoods and communities in Las Vegas. I have lived in Las Vegas since 1971 and have watched it grow. I live in the Northwest part of town so I love that area. Some people prefer the Henderson Green Valley Area. Of course Summerlin is the planned community used around the country as a model master planned community. To answer your question about prices. Supply and demand are the largest part of the price equation. Right now many areas of the country are experiencing a shortage of inventory and Las Vegas is feeling the pinch also. The market is always changing. You will need a very experienced agent in this market. I am always available to answer any questions you have.
Beware of high HOA fees sometimes associated with condo properties. Your Henderson/Las Vehas Realtors can advise you further .
Sincerely, Terri Estrada