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What to Expect when Looking at Las Vegas Real Estate

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By Jim Simmons

Regional Spotlight—Home ownership is a dream that’s made even sweeter for some people by the thought of having a brand new home built. When it comes to buying homes in Las Vegas, there’s something available that will fit every budget, lifestyle and taste imaginable. Here are a few things you can expect when looking at Las Vegas real estate.

Buying a new home doesn’t have to be out of reach for the average person. New home prices start at under $100,000, and extend to properties that are listed for several million dollars. As such, you’re sure to find something that’s within your budget, even if you’re a first-time homebuyer with limited resources.

The types of homes on the market are just as varied as the price range. Here in Vegas, you’ll find everything from condominiums and townhomes to estates that are on an acre of more of ground. New homes are also available in a variety of neighborhoods throughout Las Vegas, as well as in surrounding communities such as Henderson or North Las Vegas.

When it comes to size, you also have lots of choices when it comes to new homes. Some floor plans have as much as 8,000 square feet, while others may be much smaller. There are plenty of units that are between 1,500 and 2,000 square feet, which is a size desired by many families. These size homes are available as either townhomes or single-family dwellings.

New homes here in Vegas are not short on amenities no matter what their size is. Builders have included features such as walk-in closets, deluxe kitchens, attached garages and covered front porches on many of their properties. A good number of them are constructed from brick or stucco to make exterior maintenance virtually worry free for new homeowners.

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