Posts Tagged ‘sellers’
Monday, June 5th, 2017
Have you heard about this new and innovative program. And one of the best things about it is it’s free. No cost to you. The only thing you’ll need if you find necessary is a helmet, they are not supplied.
The Cadence Bike Share Program provides bicycles for residents and guests to ride around the beautiful community of Cadence.
Just sign up at:
Get your access code and get started riding
Take I-215 until it turns into Lake Mead Parkway. Pass through #. Warm Springs Rd. The Home Finding Center is on the left at the intersection of Sunset Rd and Lake Mead Parkway.
It’s really a neat program. If you’ve ever been by gogole in California at their headquarters, you will see bikes all around so that people can get from building to building faster and in a more fun matter.
You can ride from one community to the other and you do not have to be a resident or home owner to use the bikes.
I hope your found this information of value to you. If you or any one you know is looking to buy or sell a home here in Las Vegas or Henderson please keep me in mind. I’ve been helping buyers and sellers for over 19 years full-time. I have very happy clients. Take care and enjoy your life, Penny @ 702.321.9383 or GOWITHPENNY@yahoo.com
Sunday, March 12th, 2017
The largest municipality by population in Nevada is Las Vegas.
Las Vegas is the most populous city in NV and an internationally renowned resort city known for gambling, shopping, fine dining and its nightlife, Red Rock Canyon, Mt. Charleston, low housing prices and beautiful weather. Also known as the Entertainment Capital of the World, Las Vegas is quickly transforming into a popular family and retirement city as well and it is now the 31st most populous city in the state. In 2016, the city has an estimated population of over 600,000 residents.
The population does not include North Las Vegas, Henderson or Green Valley. Summerlin is considered Las Vegas, it has not become it’s own town per-say.
When deciding to move to Las Vegas and you’re not familiar with the Valley, give me a call. I can help show you around and help you decide on what location works best for you. I have lived here in Las Vegas for over 18 years and have been helping buyers and sellers buy and sell homes for 17 years full-time I love helping others. Please give me a call, text or email so we can sit down together and discuss your questions.
Enjoy your life, Penny O’Brien 702.321.9383 GOWITHPENNY@yahoo.com
The 2010 Census placed the population of Las Vegas at 583,756, but its population in 2016 is estimated at 623,747.
Saturday, February 11th, 2017
Hi there everyone,
Yes, it’s very true, Canadians love the warm weather of Las Vegas and Florida. As my Canadian clients say, we love the palm trees, love the sunshine and love the fun. Canadian buyers in my opinion are amazing. I love working with them. They are always so excited to be buying a part of Las Vegas. And, I personally have a blast with them. They have very high energy and really good intentions.
I have noticed lately a little switch in the Canadian buyers market here. Many are starting to sell. I’m not sure why. It kinda makes me sad. I hope that if you are Canadian and are reading my blog that you give me a call so I can help you with your Real Estate needs. I’ve been helping buyers and sellers for over 16 years full time here in Vegas.
Take care everyone,
Your Friendly, fun Realtor, Penny O’Brien 702.321.9383
Thursday, February 9th, 2017
Have You ever noticed how the smell in the air changes over night sometimes? I live 4.5 hours from the California beaches but I swear some days I smell the ocean. That Lovely Fresh ocean salty breeze.
I looked up to see how many houses were for sale to fit my clients criteria. 1995 sf or more, 4 bedrooms, 1 bedroom to be downstairs, outdoor pool and under $310,000. I believe there were only 74 in the whole Las Vegas valley. Las Vegas weather for the most part is typically warm. I always see a switch in buyers when this time of year comes around. The air changes, the sun is a little warmer, you start hearing more birds chirping all the signs that spring is almost here. The big difference for us here in Las Vegas is that spring can feel like summer. Where in other parts of the country spring feels like spring. We kind of get a little head start on the warm weather.
Many business start putting out summer related out door dining. Everything starts growing toward being outdoors, hence the buyers consciously or subconsciously wanting to buy a home with a pool. It maybe something they never considered before depending on where they maybe moving from. Or, Maybe they just want the ultimate “party” house. I know when I moved to Vegas from Iowa, having a pool was a must. I promised my kids we’d have a house with a pool and we did. There were Lots of fond
Las Vegas Housing market
Just last night I showed a couple 2 homes with swimming pools. Something about the desert heat and seeing the pool is so refreshing. It’s a great time for sellers to put their homes on the market too, especially if they have a pool.
Enjoy everyone. Your friend, Penny O’Brien
Monday, February 6th, 2017
I am working on putting together a give-a-way to any buyers and sellers who are or become my client/clients. I am asking what they’d like to receive. Of course, it needs to be within reason.
Do you have any suggestions? I look forward to hearing from you and really Excited to get it started.
Thank you and let’s get moving.
Penny O’Brien 702.321.9383
I work with all buyers, Cash, Conventional, FHA, VA And many HUD programs. I work with all buyers and sellers within the whole Las Vegas Valley. Call me @ 702.321.9383
Tuesday, January 24th, 2017
I’m Penny O’Brien with RE/MAX Excellence. I love pinching pennies when it comes to helping my buyers get their perfect home. I have been in the Real Estate business for over 16 years full time here in Las Vegas. What’s good about that is several things but mainly the friendships I’ve made with other Professional Realtors, Lenders, Title Companies, Home Warranty companies, Inspectors and many vendors.
When I am helping a buyer purchase a home I have the experience on how to communicate with the Listing agent. I do it with ease and professionalism. That’s very important these days because it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to be a Realtor and that being said there are a whole bunch of people that get into Real Estate for different reasons. I have experience in the industry. Which when it comes to buying or selling should be very important to you. I love helping my clients. You can talk with any of them and they will share with you our experience while searching for their home. Their experience during the whole transaction. I make it fun for them and we really have a good time. I greatly appreciate all of my wonderful clients, they are truly amazing.
I work the whole valley, Summerlin, Henderson, Green Valley, North Las Vegas. I always have and I always will. I help clients who are interested in condos, townhomes, Single Family Residences, High Rises and Rentals.
P.S. Working with a RE/MAX agent like myself is not more expensive than any other Real Estate company, it’s a big plus to you. Thank you for your time.
If you are in the market to buy and or sell, give me a call, text or drop me an email. I look forward to hearing from you. Enjoy your life. Penny 702.321.9383….. GoWithPenny@yahoo.com
Friday, January 20th, 2017
How the heck are ya? Very well I hope. If you’re here to know more about tiny homes in Las Vegas and other cities around Vegas then here we go.
First of All, Nevada is very rural, many people if you haven’t visited NV would think of just Vegas and the population of the valley. When you start getting outside of Vegas you will see that it so very rural. You can travel on and on and on and never see a home.
Here’s the kicker, Las Vegas of course like many cities have somewhat strict building codes. I realize they are in place to protect home owners and the public. But, If you’re wanting to live the “tiny house” movement life style, which I personally love the idea, it’s probably not gonna happen in Clark county.
Land in Clark county is not inexpensive either. Living off the grid in Clark County, probably not gonna happen. So, you can see that it’s not gonna happen and if so it surely wouldn’t be easy.
So, where in NV can we do our tiny home living. Many areas. If you’re willing to NOT live in Vegas. Of course, I love Vegas, I’ve been working with Buyers and sellers with their properties for over 15 years buy and sell here in Vegas. I’m just sharing that many people DO NOT want big houses. They don’t want all the maintenance, they want freedom to travel, to live simplistic, they are minimalist.
INTERESTED now? If so, Call me @702.321.9353
I will help you with your dream of having your own tiny house. LET’S do this. It’s exciting. ENJOY your day,
Sunday, January 8th, 2017
Hi there everyone,
Happy New Year,
We just had another successful closing of a wonderful 2 bedroom home here in Las Vegas. It is in a gated community that has a playground. It was almost completely remodeled. Paint from the floor to ceiling. Brand new flooring throughout. Pretty decent sized backyard. Very close to the gym, grocery stores, restaurants, gas stations and the 215. It sold for $150K Very nice price for a home here in Sunny Las Vegas.
Call or text me @ 702.321.9383 if you ‘d like me to help you find your dream home. I also enjoy helping my clients sell their homes too I am a buyers and sellers agent. I am really fun to work with, just ask my clients.
Take care everyone,
Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017
Hello one and all,
Happy New Year to you all. Let’s make it a fantastic year. Buyers and Sellers, it’s a great time to buy and sell. Look for my badges that will pop up occasionally on my web-site. When you see if give me a shout out and you will awarded a special offer if you’re the first one to shout out to me.
Much fun and love to everyone.
Penny O’Brien, RE/MAX Excellence
4435 S. Buffalo Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89147
Friday, April 15th, 2016
Hi Everyone, Happy Friday from Sunny, Windy Las Vegas:
Words: The Central Banker’s Conundrum April 8, 2016 — Mortgage rates declined a bit this week,
April 8, 2016 — Mortgage rates declined a bit this week, as investors refocused on global economic troubles and the words and deeds of central bankers around the globe.
Although modest U.S. economic expansion continues, doubts remain that it is durable enough to continue in the face of considerable worldwide headwinds, or strong enough so as to be an engine to help lift the world from its malaise. Certainly, many central banks are employing novel approaches to try to spark growth in their economies, but so far the only success story to be seen is here.
Much as it might like to, the Fed cannot lift interest rates as desired, at least not without causing the kind of market-disrupting outward ripples we endured in the aftermath of the Fed’s small move to the Federal Funds rate back in December. That move — and plans for as many as four more this year — so unsettled markets that the Fed was forced to back down its expectations for lifting rates in 2016 from four moves to two.
As they usually do after tumultuous periods, markets settled, and now, with Fed policy de-tuned, there aren’t any immediate rate changes for which to plan or hedge. The Fed is watching the data for clues, the market is watching the Fed for clues, with both reacting accordingly when they come. At the moment, the Fed is “talking down” expectations for growth and rates by highlighting the risks and challenges the economy faces. This has helped mortgage rates to fall, but presents a bit of a quandary for the Fed’s messaging to markets.
HSH.com’s broad-market mortgage tracker — our weekly Fixed-Rate Mortgage Indicator (FRMI) — found the overall average rate for 30-year fixed-rate mortgages eased by eleven basis points (.11%), slipping to an average 3.67%, its lowest value since May 2013. The FRMI’s 15-year companion found a little less space to fall, with this week’s average trimming nine basis points to an average rate of 3.07%. Rates on fully-insured FHA-backed 30-year FRMs remain considerably below their Fannie and Freddie counterparts but declined far less than they did, falling by just four basis points to land at an average interest rate of 3.55%. Meanwhile, the overall 5/1 Hybrid ARM continued tracked the FRMI completely, sliding by eleven one-hundredths of one% to land at 2.90 percent for the week.
The median price for condos was also up for the 47th month in a row.
with home sales have been higher than the year before ten of the last twelve months.
The housing market continues to be on the side of sellers.
The median price for single-family, re-sale homes in the Greater Las Vegas area rose, year-over-year, for the 47th month in a row in March.
I will say once again, INVENTORY is very low. If you are ready to move please give me a buzz so we can go over your Real Estate needs. I am here to help. Thank you for your time. Penny
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