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Stacy Sheeley

The Scoop with Stacy – January 2023

Friends, Family & Clients, I’m excited to bring you my personally curated monthly newsletter with a local business spotlight, community outreach, and events or things to do. With over 20 years of real estate experience in Las Vegas and my passion for the community, I wanted to bring everything together in one place.  I hope you’ll consider getting involved and shopping locally. As always, I am here for you, Stacy Lee Canyon in the Winter – Discover winter adventures at Lee Canyon with skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, snow play and winter camping.  There is a recently remodeled lodge at the base

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Stacy Sheeley

Is it still a good time to sell your home?

The short answer is “yes.”  Overall, home prices are still up 2% over the same time last year.  They are expected to go back to pre-pandemic levels which are still historically high.  There is Buyer demand – especially for highly desirable homes and in all price ranges. November Market Report Local home prices are starting to look more like they did a year ago.  But we’re certainly in a different place than we were last year, when prices were soaring and setting records.  Of course, as we said at the time, those conditions were unsustainable.  Las Vegas Realtors reported that

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Stacy Sheeley

The Scoop With Stacy

August 2022 Friends, Family & Clients, I’m excited to bring you my personally curated monthly newsletter with a local business spotlight, community outreach, and events or things to do. With over 20 years of real estate experience in Las Vegas and my passion for the community, I wanted to bring everything together in one place.  I hope you’ll consider getting involved and shopping locally. As always, I am here for you, Stacy Local Business Spotlight Harlo Steakhouse & Bar has mastered the formula of Strip-worthy flash and sizzle in a comfortable neighborhood setting of Downtown Summerlin.  The dining room has

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Stacy Sheeley

Do I need a Realtor for New Home Construction?

The Builder Will Make it Seem Like You Don’t 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 5 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

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Stacy Sheeley

Does Your Home Have Curb Appeal?

The curb appeal of your home is a critical factor in attracting prospective buyers.  Buyers usually form an opinion within the first few seconds of pulling up to the home or online from the photos. Here are some tips to help you get started: Take a step back and look at your home through the eyes of the Buyer. Take care of small tasks such as weeding, mowing, sweeping, cleaning cobwebs and windows. Tackle bigger projects such as power washing, painting, patching stucco and planting. Stage – plant flower beds, flower pots, change out coach lights, a new door mat,

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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

Why You Should Stage Your Home When Selling

Staging creates additional perceived value – One of the biggest values with home staging is that it helps buyers believe the value of the property is higher.  By showcasing the features and benefits of each property through proper placement of furniture, art and creatively accessorizing, you can control the way a buyer sees the space. Properties that are staged need fewer upgrades and updating – Depending on the price point of the property, staging can create such a visual change, buyers will either not notice or not care about costly updating.  Home staging helps to detract from negatives and accentuate

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Stacy Sheeley

Curb Appeal Tips to Attract More Buyers and More Offers

When preparing your home to sell, a key element is the curb appeal since it will be your potential buyer’s first impression.  Remember, a buyer forms an attitude about your house within 15 seconds.  Many people also drive by homes prior to asking their Realtor to show it to them.   Greet Buyers with dynamic curb appeal! An Inviting Front Walk When a potential buyer is standing at the front of your home while the agent is accessing the key, there is plenty of time for the buyer to assess how clean and welcoming it is.  A well manicured front entry

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