The Adams Team at
Rothwell Gornt Companies
If you have specific address you are interested in you can read below to check recent crimes and school ratings in that area.
Please see the following links to check crimes that have occurred recently around addresses that you plug in.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police website covering Clark County and the City of Las Vegas, has a page where you can search crime statistics. We've included the link below.
For areas covered by N. Las Vegas police:
For the City of Henderson:
This is the link to the Clark County School District. Again, you can enter in the address you are interested in and it will pull up the schools zoned for that specific house. There are reports and ratings on each school, this will give you a better idea of how well that each school is performing. Once you enter the address, you can click on the school name, then click on the school website and on their front page look for the "2010-2011 Accountability Report". This will give you very detailed information on each school and how they are performing.
The Adams Team at
Rothwell Gornt Companies
There are still many people purchasing homes to live in! Unfortunately, there isn't a pair of magic glasses that allow you to see which homes are rented. In my opinion, an HOA is helpful in keeping a neighborhood up - but of course, an HOA can be a pain. The fees never go away. The fees are listed in the MLS, and any agent can go over these with you.
As far as LIDs and SIDs, you'll find these in newer master planned communities. In many older Summerlin areas, for example, often the SIDs are paid. A professional agent will discuss all fees with you before you make an offer on a home.
As far as crime rates go - there is crime all over the city. This link will show you exactly what types of crime are happening in Las Vegas: http://www.crimemapping.com/map/nv/lasvegas
If you're still searching for a home, I would be happy to help.
Angela Brasser, ABR, CRS
Prominent Realty Group, LLC
(702) 460-2515 Talk/Text
Your efforts can be 100% successful!
But then you started adding conditions.
Area owner occupied. 99% successful
Lower crime 98% successful
Low HOA, SID, LIDs, etc.....50% successful.
What you left out is the most important factor...the price point.
Below $50,000 not likely to succeed at all.
Time to call a Las Vegas Relator and get the real facts regarding what you can expect.
Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
David Cooper ifindproperties marketing Manager
That is a good question. Although the majority of sales taking place in the Las Vegas Market are investors, a non-investor is still able to buy. However, it is becoming more difficult for buyers who are utilizing financing to purchase a home when there are so many cash buyers competing for the same homes.
Many buyers have chosen the new home builders as a way to avoid multiple offers situations and not compete against investors. Additionally, some banks that are selling foreclosed homes have a â€œno investors for 30 daysâ€ rule which prohibits investors from purchasing the home for the first 30 days of marketing in an effort to promote home ownership by non-investors. Also, I have found that some homeowners would rather sell their home to a person who is going to live there and not rent it out. That is a strategy I have personally found effective when going up against investors. Of course that doesnâ€™t always work as some sellers donâ€™t careâ€¦they just want the highest bidder.
I hope this information was helpful and I am available if you have any other questions.
First I wanted to congratulate you for the decision to move to Las vegas and purchase a property. Second...Congratulation on earning a new skill in your career!
According to Trulia article that was published today: Owning Costs 44% Less than Renting.This is a great time to buy real estate utilizing the low low interest rate below 4% and low prices.
When looking to purchase a house, you want to find the best accurate information regarding all your questions. We have great communities..some with HOA and some without.
I would suggest to visit my website for relocating information at:
For crime information by zip code, you can link to http://www.neighborhoodscout.com/nv/las-vegas/crime/
Each neigorhood has different association and SID/LID..depending where you are buying. Once you decide on a specific subdivision, I will be able to provide you with all the information including the association fees, LID/SID.
I will be happy to send you information and assist you in finding the perfect house and area. Please send me your email or call me at 702-612-7099 or email me ar Rena@cvegashomes.com.
Meanwhile, to search for all the homes for sale in Las vegas and Hendersdon, please visit http://www.cvegashomes.com.
Certified International Property Specialist
Realty Executives of Nevada
The master planned communities around town like Aliante, Summerlin and Providence, amongst others, will have HOA fees and SIDs. Most other communities built after 1995 will have HOA fees. Your realtor should be able to tell you the specifics on each property.
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Valley Property Inspections, LLC
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