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Realty One Group
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Jeffrey L. Sklar, RRG, AHWD, BPOR
Desert Valley Realty
10161 Park Run Drive #150
Las Vegas, NV 89145
(702) 408-6470 mobile
(702) 763-SELL (7355) office
(888) 203-2779 fax
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If you have a specific address you can contact the utility company and ask.
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VIP Realty Group
My 1890 sq. ft. two story faces east, with a big tree for shade. with 4 residents built in 1960 single pane average $280 in summer, $110 in winter
My 1400 sq ft built in 2006 two story faces south, one resident winter $120. Summer $80.
Lots of variables will affect your cost. How many people live there, what kind of appliances, tv, computers do you have, preference for temp, etc etc. Hope this helps.
New Home 1500 sq. ft - 1.50 to 1.75 PSF durring summer. Half that during winter. Water is expensive as well so find a home with grass only in back yard of any. Add 25% for home with grass and trees/shrubs in back. Add 25% for older homes built before 1990 and worst is homes with single pane windows. If you need any more info about Vegas please call or email me. Matt & Kim 702.501.0973
Laura Bauer w/ Foundation Realty, LLC.
Your best bet is to call the Nevada Power company. They have an automated system where you can give them an address, and the system will tell you the average monthly electric bill. Remember, 2 identical houses might have vastly different electric bills depending on how the residents use it!
Nevada Power: 702-367-5555
I hope that helps!