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Stacy Sheeley

2022 Year in Review – Las Vegas Housing Market Update

Year-End Summary We ended 2022 at the same median sales price of $425,000 that we ended with in December of 2021.  Besides entering what is usually the slowest time of year for the housing market, rising mortgage interest rates have caused a contraction of sales. At the same time, we know that the housing market is cyclical and that the bottom is not falling out.  This would be indicative of the median sale price being close to what it was at pre-pandemic levels. With prices leveling off and more homes available for sale, we’re seeing a more balanced market that makes

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Stacy Sheeley

What I Love About Summerlin

Having moved to Las Vegas in 2002, I chose to reside in Summerlin, a master- planned community on the western slope of the Las Vegas valley.  I enjoy Summerlin very much – the amenities, restaurants, events and shopping. In my free time, I can be found playing tennis, at a Summerlin park with my rescue dog Barclay, taking in an outdoor concert, rooting for the Aviators or dining with friends in Downtown Summerlin. Having grown up in the midwest, Summerlin seemed like a brand new world.  I fondly refer to it as the biosphere because you literally have everything you

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Stacy Sheeley

How to Find a Luxury Real Estate Agent

There is no shortage of real estate agents in Las Vegas, but very few have extensive experience in the luxury market. If you are thinking about selling your luxury home or buying in a great neighborhood, you deserve a real estate agent that understands the luxury market and can advise you. Know Your Goals When you know exactly what you’re looking for from your real estate agent, you can find the perfect candidate quickly and with less stress. So what do you want? For home sellers, that might be an agent who understands the local market with years of experience. 

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Stacy Sheeley

Thinking about moving to Las Vegas?

Welcome To Summerlin Summerlin, the most desirable place to live in all of Nevada. The master-planned community makes up the most western suburb of Las Vegas and at its completion will encompass 6 miles in length and 5 miles in width covering 22,500 acres.  It currently makes up 13 villages plus 4 “Active Adult” communities and numerous country club neighborhoods totaling more than 200,000 homes. The most recent development is “Downtown Summerlin” which includes an outdoor shopping area, restaurants, the Aviators Baseball Field, City National Hockey Rink – home to the Vegas Golden Knights, a movie theater along with Red

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Stacy Sheeley

Do I need a Realtor for New Home Construction?

If you’ve been captivated by the recent new construction in the area, you’ve probably wondered what that purchasing process is like. Do you even need a Realtor? The builders sure do make it look like you don’t. Building a home is more similar to buying a resale than you may think. Take a look at these 4 aspects of the building process and see the advantage in having someone work for you- for free! 1.  Representation The simple explanation is that the builder’s Sales Reps work for the builder. Some are licensed, not all are Realtors (Realtors are held to

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Stacy Sheeley

Discover What Las Vegas Has to Offer

The 10 Things You Should Know About Las Vegas Set on the edge of the Spring Mountain range and part of the Mojave Desert, Las Vegas is best known for The Strip – oh but its so much more!   Las Vegas has a very colorful past, read on to learn about our sparkling city. The Name -Las Vegas was given to the city in 1821 by Rafael Rivera, a member of the Antonio Armijo trading party that was traveling to Los Angeles, and stopped for water there on the Old Spanish Trail from New Mexico. At that time, several parts

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