The best new places to eat in Las Vegas

When it comes to life’s simplest and most satisfying pleasures, few things can compare to the sheer delight of digging into good food. This is true, even if COVID-19 has created unusual circumstances for people to enjoy their favorite dining experiences. Fortunately for people who live in a

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What sellers should expect in a home inspection

Giving a professional home inspector access to your property is one of the most important things you must do before selling your house. In most scenarios, the homebuyer initiates this process as one of the final steps they need to take prior to closing their deal with you. An inspection is n

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How the Las Vegas housing market looks to perform for the rest of 2021

Las Vegas is among the remarkable US real estate markets that exhibited resilience and productivity throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, this housing market recovered from the initial impact of pandemic-related lockdowns and business stoppages as early as June 2020, according to the Housin

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Cost-effective Ways to Make Your Military House Feel like Home

Moving to a new home is a stressful process. Whether you’ve done it before because of a Permanent Change of Station (PCS) order during your time in the military, relocating to a different city can still take its toll. If you are in the process of another PCS, bear in mind that moving affec

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6 Reasons Why Vegas Should Be Your next Home

Las Vegas has long held the reputation for being a fast-paced city built on a foundation of gambling – that’s why Las Vegas was called Sin City in the first place. With its bright lights and seemingly unending stream of entertainment choices, it is one of the most visited tourist destination

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Surprising Things That Can Derail Your Home Sale

Selling a home is a time-consuming and laborious process. It consists of many moving parts that can cause delays at any given point. As a seller, the goal is to save yourself the time and hassle of having your property sit on the market for too long. The faster you offload your property, the

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How You and Your Spouse Can Agree on a House to Buy

The process of buying a house as a couple can be daunting when you have two opposing opinions. It is difficult to reconcile the difference between wanting to live in a modern apartment by the Las Vegas Strip or preferring a sprawling estate in Enterprise, NV. When it comes to buying a home,

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Essential Documents for a Military Family’s PCS Move

A lot of military families may feel anxious about a move brought about by a Permanent Change of Station order. These longer-term assignments usually last from two to four years, allowing families enough time to settle and enjoy their new communities. While relocations are usually stressful,

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How to Get Around in Las Vegas

One of the best things to do in Vegas is to explore this dazzling city. From glitzy casinos to Michelin-starred restaurants, the Entertainment Capital of the World boasts attractions that are sure to delight. If you’re moving to Las Vegas, you may want to know your way around and find out what

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Elevate Your Home’s Curb Appeal to Attract More Buyers

Image is everything. The first thing that a prospective buyer will see when they look at your home is its exterior. Improving your home’s curb appeal is definitely among the things you should do before selling your house. Curb appeal is how attractive your house looks when viewed from the s

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What Should You Look Out for During a Virtual Home Tour?

Are you looking at homes for sale in Las Vegas? Buying a house while serving in the military may mean that you can’t visit the city to take a look at the available property. If so, then doing a virtual home tour can be an important step in the process of buying a house. I’d be more than happ

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Everything that you need to get started on a Permanent Change of Station move

A military personnel's first Permanent Change of Station (PCS) can be a nerve-wracking experience. It can even be more stressful if you have family and kids in tow. Although moving is part of military life, it can still feel overwhelming even for others that have done it many times before. A

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You'll love living in Las Vegas. Here's why.

Las Vegas earned its moniker "Sin City" because of the non-stop partying and gambling people associate it with. However, there's more to Las Vegas than the nightlife. Don't confine the city's image to what you typically see in movies and TV shows. Many of my clients have said that moving to Las

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6 reasons why now is the right time to sell your home

We continue to live in uncertain times and yet soldier on in the midst of changing social norms. While the lockdown stopped us from selling our house, loosening restrictions in certain areas of the country have become an opportune moment to put homes on the market again. While the Las Vegas

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Frequently Asked Questions: Buying a home during a pandemic

The process of buying a house has significantly changed ever since the coronavirus pandemic hit the US early this year. It’s hard to say when we can actually go back to the “old normal,” given that a dip in cases can very quickly rise again. In the meantime, the real estate industry has

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What is Military Relocation Assistance?

As a military specialist, I know how difficult it can be for anyone in the military to move. It is stressful for not just the military professional in the family, but everyone else around them. For the person in the military, it means having to be surrounded by people they are meeting for the fi

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Your Guide to the Best Las Vegas Neighborhoods

Las Vegas is much more than just the Gambling Capital of the World. It also has some incredible neighborhoods that anyone would be lucky to live in. One of the most interesting things about living in Sin City is that the cost of living in Las Vegas is lower than expected. Some of the best areas

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Pro Tips on Making Cool Profits From Your Home Sale

Given how much money it takes to buy a house, it’s only natural that you’d want to sell it for as much as possible. People sink money into all sorts of things to try and improve the value of their home, but not all of them work. Here are five pro tips on making cool profits from your home sa

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The Best Checklist of Home Needs for First-Time Buyers

Buying a house can be an overwhelming process, especially for first-time buyers. It feels like there’s a lot that goes into it, between securing a mortgage, finding a realtor, finding homes for sale in Las Vegas, and then – once you find the home – negotiating for the best deal. Our best c

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MRP: What it is and why you should work with one

Whether you are in the process of completing a Permanent Change of Station (PCS) or you are a retired military personnel looking to relocate, it’s always great to get exactly the kind of help you need. In your research, you might have come across “MRP.” What is it and why is

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Five Las Vegas restaurants to satisfy your seafood cravings

Las Vegas may be quite a ways away from the coast, but that doesn’t mean the city is in dire shortage of good, fresh seafood. In fact, Las Vegas is positively teeming with great seafood restaurants, ready to drown diners with flavors of the sea. With so many options to choose from,

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Four things to do for a speedy home sale

As a home seller, one of the things you don’t want to happen is to have your house sit on the market for a relatively long period of time. Such a scenario affects the overall desirability of the property and, eventually, the sale. You might not be able to sell it for the price you want and mak

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How to buy a home, military edition

Joining the military is not just a profession. It’s a vocation that involves a lot of risks and sacrifices, which is why I believe you deserve to have your very own piece of American dream: a house you can call a home. To help you get closer and closer to this goal, here are a couple o

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How to apply for a VA loan

Getting a VA loan is one of the many ways you can finance your home purchase in just about anywhere in the United States as long as you fit the eligibility requirements. Scroll down below to learn everything there is to know about VA loans. If you have any questions or need military relocatio

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5 New restaurants in Las Vegas you need to try

One does not simply run out of places to eat in Las Vegas. Here are six restaurants in the city that people just can’t get enough of. La Monja Fergusons Downtown 1028 Fremont St Suite 195, Las Vegas, NV Open Tuesdays through Saturdays Dining at La Monja is like going on an exten

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7 common mistakes to avoid when selling your home

Each one of us has a different approach to home selling. As a result, the process probably has thousands, if not millions, of variations out there. Despite the diversity, there are always the same set of mistakes home sellers commit, not just in the Las Vegas real estate market, but in other par

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How to save as you prepare to buy your next home

Getting your finances in order is one of, if not the most, important step in preparing to buy a home and hiring a real estate agent. The upfront cost are not the only expense you need to save up for. There’s the down payment you need to put on the home of your dreams, professional fees in

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UNLV: A top school for veterans

Are you planning on going back to school after serving in the military? Or have you recently left the service and are now scouting for good universities? Well, don't forget to include the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) in your list of prospective schools. According to the Military Tim

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The best family-friendly activities in North Las Vegas

Contrary to popular belief, Las Vegas has plenty to offer for families. There are a ton of things to do, from indoor activities and entertainment to outdoor recreation. Here are some of my favorite family-friendly activities, which also happen to be some of the best things to do in Las Vegas.

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Should you repair your home for sale or leave it as is?

So, you’ve decided to sell your home but you’re not quite sure if you should make repairs or try to sell it in its current condition. What to do? Let’s further examine the situation before you make your decision. What is the current market like? Sellers are often advised to make repa

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Ask these questions before hiring a real estate agent

Finding the right real estate agent to help you is one of the most important things you should do whether you're buying or selling a home. Doing it, however, isn't always the most straightforward route. I always recommend scheduling interviews with your potential agents to get to know them a

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10 Military relocation terms you need to know

Are you and/or your partner anticipating a permanent change of station (PCS) soon? Along the way, you’ll encounter a dozen or so terms related to military relocation. If this is your first time to undergo such a process, this dictionary will help. Here are some of the key military relocati

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The best kid-friendly restaurants in Las Vegas

Las Vegas isn’t just for the adults. Kids can play here, too. And when it’s time to dine, these kid-friendly restaurants go above and beyond to provide quality service and great food for their younger clientele. Kona Grill 750 S Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas, NV While the adults enjoy t

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5 Reasons why your home won’t sell

Selling a home can be nerve-wracking, especially if you haven’t received an offer or even a request for a showing. You might’ve thought that luck just isn’t on your side, but you can actually do something to turn things around. Before we discuss the solutions, let’s identify the caus

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Why adjustable rate mortgages appeal to millennials

For years, fixed-rate mortgages were the preferred option among most home buyers. It looks like the status quote is changing, however, as millennials who are just starting out gravitate towards adjustable rate mortgages (ARMs). What are adjustable rate mortgages? An adjustable rate mortgag

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