Hello Karen, it would take quite a while to list all of the HOA's in Las Vegas. Summerlin has a website http://www.summerlink.com/ which you can click on links to the North, South, and West HOA's. If you have specific areas that you are curious about I would be happy to provide you with more information.
Michael Stone, REALTOR
Keller Williams The Marketplace I
Hello Kem. I attended one of their auction a few months ago because I wanted to get a first hand impression and I was curious whether these auctions were a place where buyers could get a good deal. I sat open houses for one of the properties that were auctioned off that day and I knew what the home looked like and how much it should have sold for. I also brought my laptop with me and searched the MLS for sold comps for other properties that were auctioned off that day because I wanted to know how competitive the sold prices were compared to the MLS inventory. I can tell you that based on my experience and research that day, the auction was not the way to go if you want to get a real deal. The house that I sat open sold for $155,000 plust 5% buyer premium. There was a comparable MLS listing (same floorplan and square footage in same neighborhood) that was listed for $119,000. The property that sold for $155,000 at auction had been vandalized and needed a lot of repair work. I know this does not answer your questions as to how you can find out how much a house sold for at auction, but I thought I share my experience with you since I attended one of their auctions recently.
If you just want to know what the most recent sale price was for a property, you can just look it up in the public records. If you have a real estate agent friend, your friend can also easily access that information as most real estate agents have online access to this kind of info. I hope this helps.... more