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General Area in Lake Las Vegas : Real Estate Advice

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Elizabeth He…, Real Estate Pro in Agawam, MA
Fri Oct 16, 2009
Elizabeth Herbert answered:
You could try contacting them, and see if they'll talk with you but there are no guarantees.
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Roberta LaRo…,  in Las Vegas, NV
Sat Oct 3, 2009
Roberta LaRocca answered:
Hi Tracy,

There are any number of neighborhoods around the Las Vegas Valley that could fit your description. Much depends on you and your personal tastes and needs. Besides, it's against Fair Housing Laws for an agent to steer anyone to or from any community.

Typically when someone asks a question like yours, you'll have a non-agent come along and rattled off a list of the better known master plans or places they like. Unfortunately there are around 600 square miles here in the Las Vegas valley with many other communities that don't have the same internet name recognition. Your best bet is to find a good REALTOR® that can help you narrow down your search and let you know what is out there that would be a good fit for you. There are many different neighborhood lifestyles to chose from.

As I mentioned in your similar question about Clark Co., feel free to browse around my blog, and the pictures found there. I have a number of communities, recreation, events and such that might help you get a feel for some of the areas to be found here.

Hope that helps, and if you have any other questions just get in touch.

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Andrew Jones, Real Estate Pro in Venice Beach, CA
Sat Sep 5, 2009
Andrew Jones answered:
Hi Tracy

Here's a link good tool that I offer called Market Snapshot which gives you this weeks real estate conditions and community information for Las Vegas and all the surrounding areas from Boulder and Laughlin, to Mesquite and Mt. Charleston.

I also recencently wrote a blog titled Old’ Las Vegas: The Only Homes Actually on the World Famous Strip! Here is a link.

Please feel free to contact me if you would like to discuss the all of opportunities available in Las Vegas. Best of luck.
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Julie, Home Buyer in New York, NY
Sat Apr 26, 2008
Julie answered:
I lived in Las Vegas from 2003-2005, and it snowed. On one occasion, the phones were ringing off the hook because it actually stuck, and the kids were able to make snowmen. The strip always felt a good 5 degrees warmer than where we lived in Summerlin. I actually wore my winter coat from the East Coast in the winter, but, I could still hike in the warmth of the day. In the summer, we were able to see an egg bubble up and semi-fry on a piece of black asphalt. I live on the East Coast and the biggest difference to me was the lack of humidity. ... more
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