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Stacy Sheeley

Tips for Creating the Perfect Home Office

Over the past several years, the home office has gone from a pleasant luxury to an absolutely necessity.  The pandemic completely transformed how we work, opening the door for people in various industries to work from home.  A home office space that inspires comfort and maximizes productivity is exceedingly important in this age of remote work.  Let’s look at some tips to acheive that ideal home office to make working from home a breeze.     Add Stylish Seating Many homeowners spend a substantial chunk of their week within their home office.  It is easier to dictate the working environment

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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

6 Kitchen Cabinet Colors That Will Never Go Out of Style

One of the most time-consuming and costly areas of the home to renovate is the kitchen, which is why it’s important to be thoughtful in your design choices when you decide to make a change. While you may tend to focus on backsplash and countertop materials, the real choice is what color to paint your kitchen cabinets. As a major focal point of the kitchen, your cabinets can make or break the space. Choosing a hue that will never go out of style, rather than opting for what’s on trend, will prevent you from wanting to change your kitchen cabinet paint color

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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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5945 N. Juliano Rd. Las Vegas, NV 89149

4 Bedrooms + Den  |  3.5 Bathrooms  |  3-Car Garage + Workshop Pool & Spa, RV Parking & 2 Gates, Over 1/2 Acre Lot List Price $875,000 This home has it all!  Tons of charm and curb appeal.  Huge entertaining spaces including indoors and outdoors.  Inside features a spacious Living and Dining Room plus opens to a Den or Flex Space that can be converted to a 5th Bedroom, Playroom, Office or Gym.  The kitchen has a ton of storage space including a walk-in pantry, desk, buffet, countertop bar plus a breakfast area.  The Primary Bedroom Suite is ample with

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What happened in real estate in October 2022

It’s a great time to be a homebuyer in Las Vegas!  With 140% more homes to choose from than the same time last year, the market has become much more balanced.  Sales prices are still up over 7% from October of last year.  For homeowners who have been on the fence about making a move, now is still a good time to sell and take advantage of increased equity. So what happened in the Las Vegas Real Estate Market in October? Median Home Price $440,000  +7.3% from October 2021 Homes Sold 1,724  -44% from October 2021 Homes Without Offers 7,906 

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What Happened in the Real Estate Market in August?

Over the last three months, we have seen the sales prices slowly giving back some of the major gains we experienced over the past few years.  Even though home prices have leveled off lately, they’re still up substantially from last year.  When you combine that with rising mortgage rates and inflation, its no surprise to see some potential buyers sitting on the sidelines for now.  The positive news is that buyers have more homes to choose from now.  It has been about three years since we have had this amount of available inventory for sale. Median Home Price $450,000   +11.1%

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Stacy Sheeley

Stacy Sheeley Answers Top Real Estate Questions

Over the past few years, the Las Vegas housing market has seen a lot of changes. Since the pandemic, the pricing of real estate soared with home prices up between 20% to 30% in some areas, due to an increase in demand. But recently things have started to shift and are showing signs of a more balanced housing market, which has led many prospective homebuyers and sellers to question what the future holds. Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer wondering if it’s the right time to jump into the market or contemplating the idea of selling your home, Stacy has taken

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Stark White Everything Is Out: New Kitchen Trends

The hottest trends and top design features that Buyers are looking for most. Cabinets go dark The color white is no longer a staple.  Moody hues like matte black, navy, forest and olive green dominate.  They give space for the homeowner to express their unique taste.  Warm, earthy tones of the 70s are back in style.  Behr Color Trends 2022 Invite nature in with natural woods Wood tones are coming back, however, the natural wood and not your Grandma’s honey oak cabinets.  Designers are sticking with softer hues and white oak in particular.  White oak pairs well with other organic

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Eight Ways To Get A Luxury Home Look For Less

Decorating a home on a budget?  Eight ways to get luxury looks for less. Make Architectural Interest By Adding Panels Wall paneling ideas can make drab architecture look much more intriguing.  I just personally added paneling to my kitchen penninsula to make it look like cabinetry.  I also have a rather large primary bedroom that is a deep shade of blue.  I added wainscotting and brought it up 4′ to really add interest and a pop of white in a sea of blue.  Im happy to share my carpenters contact info. Obviously we all review our budgets and prioritize where

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