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Tue Jul 21, 2015
My NC Homes Team answered:
You only have one and that's to get an attorney involved ASAP. You should document all of the above as best you can and you could at a minimum have the utilities turned off. Do not under any circumstances get into it with your wife's daughter and boyfriend, rest assured nothing good will come of it. ... more
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Fri Sep 12, 2014
Daniel Richards answered:
GREAT QUESTION! To get an answer to a question like this, I look at the numbers of buyers paying cash for homes in Las Vegas. Since March to today, the numbers of people paying cash (read investors) has dropped 64%!

Does that say "now is a good time"?

Yes and no! Yes, there are deals out there. No, they are not as plentiful as 6 months ago. Finding them is trickier.
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Mon Oct 29, 2012
David Cooper answered:
The median sales price for homes in ZIP code 89143 in Las Vegas from Jul 12 to Sep 12 was $138,028 based on 104 sales. Compared to the same period one year ago, the median sales price increased 14.3%, or $17,278, and the number of sales decreased 42.9%. Average price per square foot for homes in 89143 was $88, an increase of 29.4% compared to the same period last year

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Thu Jun 21, 2012
Myra Gouger answered:
Buy the home you like and want and forget about the cost per sq foot. The only thing that matters is the price of the home and the upgrades of the home - not the cost per sq foot. If you buy a large home, the cost per sq ft is lower than if you buy a small home. So, I would say shop for the home you love not the one with the least cost per sq foot because that would probably be a home with about 10,000 sf vs. the 3,000 sf home you are looking for. ... more
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Sat Dec 4, 2010
Dawn Barrier answered:
Many folks Love this area. It is a bit of a drive up from the Las Vegas Strip, but most don't mind it.
Ck out this group page on facebook....Centennial Hills Facebook Group... http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=194804561429

Also, Tule Springs has been in the news with the Mammoth discovery recently.
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Wed May 14, 2008
Len McGuirk answered:
Don,

It doesn't sound like you understand our local market very much. You stated that many investors drive around. Not around here they don't. They find a local Realtor to help them with their ventures. You also stated that the good properties never hit the MLS. Another untrue statement. Most of the good properties hit the MLS.

When I explained that it is harder to show a home while it is being occupied, it is usually true for most buyers. There is only a small portion of buyers that are investors looking for tenant occupied homes. If the property was vacant, it would cater to everyone. Having a tenant in the property with a lease is a plus for investors, but I was pointing out that general buyers will not be interested AT ALL. I was saying this in case he decided to cater to everyone instead of just investors.
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