American Male Salon in Las Vegas

On January 28, 2011, in Gay Las Vegas, by Gay Real Estate Agent in Las Vegas

I’m trying to give a shout out to local business who are either gay friendly or gay owned and this week’s business is the great  American Male Salon.  I’ve personally been to both of their locations here in Las Vegas, and love their services.  It’s a great way to feel pampered without breaking the bank.  […]

I’m trying to give a shout out to local business who are either gay friendly or gay owned and this week’s business is the great  American Male Salon.  I’ve personally been to both of their locations here in Las Vegas, and love their services.  It’s a great way to feel pampered without breaking the bank.  Rod Kerezsi and Shannon Cumming, the owners, who I might add are easy on the eyes, are very involved in maintaining a great environment for their clients.  I met Rod at a Q business luncheon last summer.  Here is what American Male Salon is about:

General Description

American Male is THE grooming lounge for men in Las Vegas with a comfortable environment where it’s acceptable for men to relax, get treated well and leave with their manhood intact. Every haircut is included in the Quality Grooming Experience – a 30-45 minute service which also includes a wash before & after the cut, a scalp & face massage, hot towel, hand paraffin dip and a neck shave. Call 702-405-0500 to make an appointment.

Services

Hair Cutting Hair Coloring Body Waxing Shaving Facials Nails

Amenities

Wireless Internet Touch Screen Internet Stations Massage Chairs Fireplace Arcade Games Men’s reading library Complimentary Beverages

Locations

Northwest Location:

2021 N. Rainbow Blvd #101 Rainbow Promenade Shopping Center Las Vegas, NV 89108 (Exit 82B off 95N on NW corner of Rainbow & Lake Mead behind Chili’s)

Southwest Location:

6070 S Rainbow Blvd #5 Rainbow Pavilion Shopping Center 6070 S Rainbow Blvd #5 Las Vegas, NV 89118 (1/2 mile north of I-215 on NE corner of Rainbow & Patrick behind 7Eleven.)

History

Originally established in 1997 by Howard Hafetz and the Raylon Corporation in Reading, PA, American Male made its way to Las Vegas in 2006.

About the Owners

American Male Las Vegas is owned & operated by Rod Kerezsi & Shannon Cummings – marketing professionals who pay close attention to the customer experience.

Links

Corporate:          www.americanmale.com

LV North:             http://www.americanmale.com/locations_salon.asp?id=33

LV South:             http://www.americanmale.com/locations_salon.asp?id=53

Menu:                  http://www.americanmale.com/rate_cards/AMLV.pdf

 

Felipe Crook

Realty ONE Group

8395 Sunset Road, Ste 190

Las Vegas, NV 89113

Felipe@felipecrook.com

1-866-589-1646

Las Vegas better time to buy vs rent

On January 25, 2011, in Las Vegas Housing Market, Las Vegas Neighborhoods, by Gay Real Estate Agent in Las Vegas

In the latest report from Trulia about the country’s beleaguered housing market, Las Vegas got a bright spot on the report. Out of 50 of the biggest cities in the United States, Las Vegas tied with Miami for places it’s better to buy then rent. Here’s a portion of the article: “HOMEOWNERSHIP MORE AFFORDABLE THAN […]

In the latest report from Trulia about the country’s beleaguered housing market, Las Vegas got a bright spot on the report. Out of 50 of the biggest cities in the United States, Las Vegas tied with Miami for places it’s better to buy then rent. Here’s a portion of the article:

“HOMEOWNERSHIP MORE AFFORDABLE THAN RENTING IN 72 PERCENT OF MAJOR U.S. CITIES DESPITE GROWING CONSUMER PREFERENCE TO RENT Trulia’s Rent vs. Buy Index Identifies Miami, Las Vegas, Arlington, Mesa and Phoenix As Nation’s Most Affordable Markets to Buy Compared to Renting

SAN FRANCISCO, January 24, 2011 – Trulia.com (www.trulia.com), a top site for home buyers, sellers and renters, today released its latest Rent vs. Buy Index which found that it is more affordable to buy than to rent a two-bedroom home[1] in 72 percent of America’s 50 largest cities[2]. Meanwhile, a nation of renters has emerged as more Americans rent by choice or due to unforeseen financial difficulties. In contrast to this nationwide trend, renting is only less expensive than buying in four of the cities included in this study – namely New York, Seattle, Kansas City and San Francisco. The remaining 10 cities are locations where buying may still be a financially sound long-term decision despite the relative affordability of renting.” Click here for the Full Article.

This is more visual way to see their report. Very cool site:

I ALWAYS tell people interested in our market to speak to a local professional who has a lot of experience, (Like me), because what national media portrays and what actually happends can be two different things. Many people ask my opinion about where the housing market is going and often I come back to the statistics of Las Vegas.

Las Vegas Housing Market Statistics 1-24-11:

If you’re looking to purchase a home, start your FREE home search HERE, or simply start using the map below:

 

As always, if you’d like a personalized search, please contact me directly at 1-866-589-1646

Felipe Crook

Realty ONE Group

8395 Sunset Road, Ste 190

Las Vegas, NV 89113

Felipe@felipecrook.com

1-866-589-1646

December housing sales up! Recovery??

On January 20, 2011, in Las Vegas Housing Market, by Gay Real Estate Agent in Las Vegas

Existing-home sales rose sharply in December, when sales increased for the fifth time in the past six months, according to the National Association of REALTORS®. Existing-home sales, which are completed transactions that include single-family, townhomes, condominiums and co-ops, rose 12.3 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.28 million in December from an upwardly […]

Existing-home sales rose sharply in December, when sales increased for the fifth time in the past six months, according to the National Association of REALTORS®.

Existing-home sales, which are completed transactions that include single-family, townhomes, condominiums and co-ops, rose 12.3 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.28 million in December from an upwardly revised 4.70 million in November, but remain 2.9 percent below the 5.44 million pace in December 2009.

Lawrence Yun, NAR chief economist, said sales are on an uptrend. “December was a good finish to 2010, when sales fluctuate more than normal. The pattern over the past six months is clearly showing a recovery,” he said. “The December pace is near the volume we’re expecting for 2011, so the market is getting much closer to an adequate, sustainable level. The recovery will likely continue as job growth gains momentum and rising rents encourage more renters into ownership while exceptional affordability conditions remain.”

The national median existing-home price for all housing types was $168,800 in December, which is 1.0 percent below December 2009. Distressed homes rose to a 36 percent market share in December from 33 percent in November, and 32 percent in December 2009.

“The modest rise in distressed sales, which typically are discounted 10 to 15 percent relative to traditional homes, dampened the median price in December, but the flat price trend continues,” Yun explained.

Inventory Levels
Total housing inventory at the end of December fell 4.2 percent to 3.56 million existing homes available for sale, which represents an 8.1-month supply at the current sales pace, down from a 9.5-month supply in November.

NAR President Ron Phipps said buyers are responding to very good affordability conditions despite tight mortgage credit. “Historically low mortgage interest rates, stable home prices, and pent-up demand are drawing home buyers into the market,” Phipps said. “Recent home buyers have been successful with very low default rates, given the outstanding performance for loans originated in 2009 and 2010.”

According to Freddie Mac, the national average commitment rate for a 30-year, conventional, fixed-rate mortgage rose to 4.71 percent in December from 4.30 percent in November; the rate was 4.93 percent in December 2009.

Transaction Types
A parallel NAR practitioner survey shows first-time buyers purchased 33 percent of homes in December, up from 32 percent in November, but are below a 43 percent share in December 2009.

Investors accounted for 20 percent of transactions in December, up from 19 percent in November and 15 percent in December 2009; the balance of sales were to repeat buyers. All-cash sales were at 29 percent in December, compared with 31 percent in November, but up from 22 percent a year ago. “All-cash sales have been consistently high at about 30 percent of the market over the past six months,” Yun said.

Single-family home sales jumped 11.8 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.64 million in December from 4.15 million in November, but are 2.5 percent below the 4.76 million level in December 2009. The median existing single-family home price was $169,300 in December, down 0.2 percent from a year ago.

Existing condominium and co-op sales surged 16.4 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 640,000 in December from 550,000 in November, but remain 5.2 percent below the 675,000-unit pace one year ago. The median existing condo price was $165,000 in December, which is 7.4 percent below December 2009.

Performance by Region
Regionally, existing-home sales in the Northeast jumped 13.0 percent to an annual pace of 870,000 in December but are 5.4 percent below December 2009. The median price in the Northeast was $237,300, which is 1.4 percent below a year ago.

Existing-home sales in the Midwest rose 11.0 percent in December to a level of 1.11 million but are 4.3 percent below a year ago. The median price in the Midwest was $139,700, up 3.3 percent from December 2009.

In the South, existing-home sales increased 10.1 percent to an annual pace of 1.97 million in December but are 2.5 percent below December 2009. The median price in the South was $148,400, unchanged from a year ago.

Existing-home sales in the West surged 16.7 percent to an annual level of 1.33 million in December but remain 1.5 percent below December 2009. The median price in the West was $204,000, down 5.6 percent from a year ago.

If you are interested in searching for homes for sale in Las Vegas click here, or if you’d like a custom search for homes, please contact Felipe Crook from Prudential Americana Group Realtors at 1-866-589-1646.

Felipe Crook

Realty ONE Group

8395 Sunset Road, Ste 190

Las Vegas, NV 89113

Felipe@felipecrook.com

1-866-589-1646

Win a Vacation on Felipe!

On January 18, 2011, in Gay Las Vegas, by Gay Real Estate Agent in Las Vegas

Win a Vacation on Felipe! To say thank you to all of my clients, friends, and family for helping me grow my business in a very tough real estate market, I’ve decided to give someone a chance to win a well deserved vacation. I’ve already started making my phone call to all my current and […]

Win a Vacation on Felipe!

Felipe's referral Contest

To say thank you to all of my clients, friends, and family for helping me grow my business in a very tough real estate market, I’ve decided to give someone a chance to win a well deserved vacation. I’ve already started making my phone call to all my current and past clients, but if I haven’t gotten to you yet, here’s what I’m doing this year for my client appreciation program.

Next January, I’m going to be throwing a big party for all my clients, friends, and family. During that party I am going to hold a drawing for a $2,500 travel gift certificate. This certificate is valid for any type of travel you’d like to do. You can use it towards a cruise, an all inclusive Hawaiian vacation, you can even use it for individual flights for the next year.

How can you enter the drawing? EASY:

  • Simply keep an ear out for friends, family, and co-workers who are looking to buy or sell a home
  • Ask them permission for me to call them
  • Then call me up with their name, number, and email address
  • And then Repeat!

For each referral you give me, your name will be entered into the drawing. The more you refer, the more chances you get to win a fabulous vacation. You can visit http://www.FelipesReferralContest.com to see how many referrals you have given and to check up on the competition. I want to make this fun for everyone, and I look forward to working with your friends and family. You can contact me directly on my cell or 1-866-589-1646. Let the contest begin!

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REFERRALS GIVEN:

  • Yeni Gonzalez      1/13/11 Thank you!
  • Yeni Gonzalez      1/15/11 Thank you!

Felipe Crook

Realty ONE Group

8395 Sunset Road, Ste 190

Las Vegas, NV 89113

Felipe@felipecrook.com

1-866-589-1646


 

Connect on Gay Las Vegas Facebook Page

On January 12, 2011, in Gay Las Vegas, by Gay Real Estate Agent in Las Vegas

My goal this year is to connect more people together!  I started a Gay Las Vegas Facebook page because I was wanting a place where other gay men and women could connect and talk about great events, cool new bars, awesome restaurants and businesses.  I try to add a “Man and Woman of the week” […]

My goal this year is to connect more people together!  I started a Gay Las Vegas Facebook page because I was wanting a place where other gay men and women could connect and talk about great events, cool new bars, awesome restaurants and businesses.  I try to add a “Man and Woman of the week” picture, interesting articles about the gay community and gay rights, great reviews, and things that are just fabulous.   It’s already grown to over 500 people and my goal is to reach 1000 by the end of the year.   I am encouraging business owners to connect to our community and introduce us to great new things here.    Too often my friends complain about the gay community, well NO MORE COMPLAINING!  We all have the responsibility to lead our community in the direction we’d like.   I will be giving away small gifts from local business owners for people willing to write reviews about great events, bars, etc….

 

Felipe Crook

Realty ONE Group

8395 Sunset Road, Ste 190

Las Vegas, NV 89113

Felipe@felipecrook.com

1-866-589-1646

Las Vegas Housing Market stats for 2010 and predictions for 2011

On January 12, 2011, in Las Vegas Housing Market, by Gay Real Estate Agent in Las Vegas

Understanding the New Energy Consumption Disclosure Beginning January 1, 2011, the seller of residential property is required to provide the buyer with an energy consumption evaluation form published by the Nevada Energy Commissioner. The evaluation form must be provided prior to closing. A copy of the form is available here. The buyer and seller may […]

Understanding the New Energy Consumption Disclosure

Beginning January 1, 2011, the seller of residential property is required to provide the buyer with an energy consumption evaluation form published by the Nevada Energy Commissioner. The evaluation form must be provided prior to closing. A copy of the form is available here. The buyer and seller may choose to waive the evaluation form requirement. The waiver form is found on the last page of the evaluation form.

The form is designed to give the buyer basic information about the home, its mechanical and lighting systems, the seller’s consumption of power and gas, and any energy-efficient features in the home such as Energy Star labeled appliances. The seller must use a good faith effort to obtain “reasonably available” information to complete the form. For example, the seller must check for any visual labeling on a device to answer questions about that device.

Nevada Energy and Southwest Gas have each agreed to assist a homeowner in completing the form by making the consumption and cost easily available by phone or online. Contact NV Energy in southern Nevada at (702) 402-5555, or online at NVEnergy.com; contact Southwest Gas toll free at (877) 860-6020.

An energy audit/inspection is not required, although a buyer may choose to have such an audit completed by a certified inspector. This is similar to the buyer’s option to have a home inspection done on the home. Additionally, buyers should understand that many factors affect a seller’s energy consumption, including the number of persons occupying the home and the seller’s lifestyle, which may be more or less energy-conscious than the buyer’s.


Property Taxes: What’s Your Number?

The Clark County Assessor has published the property tax assessment rolls for the 2011-2012 tax years. Property owners who missed their postcard in the mail may go online to view their 2011-2012 assessment information.

The amount of property taxes a homeowner pays is determined by multiplying the tax rate by the assessed value of the property, both land and improvements (the home). Nevada law (NRS 361.225) states that the assessed value of a property is based on a ratio of 35 percent of the taxable value which is determined by guidelines established by the State Department of Taxation. Nevada law prohibits a taxable value that exceeds the full cash value of the home, and the county assessor is required to make a reduction if the owner calls to his or her attention the facts warranting it. The assessor may consider comparable sales based on prices actually paid in market transactions when determining whether taxable value exceeds full cash value.

So, even if you can’t change the tax rate, you can try to do something about how your home is valued. Review your assessment for accuracy, including the size of your lot and the number of bedrooms and bathrooms. Research the assessed value of other comparable homes in your neighborhood; if they’re being assessed differently, you may have a case for relief. Review your taxable value and check with a REALTOR® to determine comparable sales in your area if you believe the taxable value is too high.

Homeowners who believe that the market value of their property is less than the taxable value listed on the assessment roll or believe that they were assessed differently than comparable property may contact the Assessor’s Office Appraisal Division at 455-4997 for an explanation of the values. If not satisfied after speaking with the Assessor’s Office, a property owner may file a petition with the County Board of Equalization for a review of the values. The petition must be filed on or before January 18, 2011. The petition forms are available in the County Assessor’s Office, located at 500 S. Grand Central Parkway, second floor.

Even if your assessment is accurate and comparable homes are being taxed at the same rate, there might be another way to see some property tax savings. Nevada law provides for several exemptions for individuals who meet certain requirements. Exemptions include surviving spouses, veterans, disabled veterans and blind persons. Click here for more information or check with the Assessor’s office.

Nevada also offers a Senior Citizen Tax Assistance/Rental Rebate program to persons 62 years of age or older whose annual household income (including Social Security) was $28,677 or less during calendar year 2009. Applicants must meet additional requirements; click here to learn more about the senior citizen program.

This article provides general information about tax laws and consequences, but is not intended to be relied upon by readers as tax or legal advice applicable to particular transactions or circumstances. Please consult a tax professional for such advice.


2010 Sales Statistics Recap

The number of Bank Owned sales has exceeded  Short Sales or Traditional Sales during 2010, even though  there are more new  Short Sale listings.   Banks are motivated “sellers” and are under pressure from the regulators to reduce their Bank Owned inventory.  This trend should continue during 2011.

As you can see, during the first three quarters the number of listings increased, but the numbers deceased during the fourth quarter.  The first quarter of 2011 will indicate if this trend continues.

There were more Bank Owned properties under contract during the first three quarters. However, in the fourth quarter, Short Sales under contract exceed  Short Sale listings by a small margin.   Traditional properties under contract remained consistent during the year.   The trend of our market being  dominated by Bank Owned properties is expected to continue, at least through 2011.


It is interesting to compare the average list price (below) with the average median sale price (Above) by property type.  The Traditional properties are selling for an average selling  price  that is  less than the list price.  The Bank Owned and Short Sale properties are being sold at an average sales prices  higher or  the same as the average list price. Why? One would assume the “Banks” are more motivated to sell than the “traditional” seller.  It will be interesting to see if this trend continues!

If you would like an explanation of any of these statistics, or would like more information on a specific property, please give me a call toll free at 1-866-589-1646. Your gay realtor in Las Vegas.

Felipe Crook

Realty ONE Group

8395 Sunset Road, Ste 190

Las Vegas, NV 89113

Felipe@felipecrook.com

1-866-589-1646

The Lakes Homes for sale in Las Vegas

On January 10, 2011, in Las Vegas Neighborhoods, The Lakes, by Gay Real Estate Agent in Las Vegas

The Lakes – Las Vegas   The Lakes residential community is one of Nevada’s first master-planned communities. Developed in the 1980s around several large man-made lakes, this Clark County community is located immediately west of the Las Vegas Strip off of Sahara and Durango Avenues. The Lakes community boasts lush green expanses of land and views of the gorgeous […]

The Lakes – Las Vegas

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The Lakes residential community is one of Nevada’s first master-planned communities. Developed in the 1980s around several large man-made lakes, this Clark County community is located immediately west of the Las Vegas Strip off of Sahara and Durango Avenues. The Lakes community boasts lush green expanses of land and views of the gorgeous bodies of water.

With two-and-a-half decades under its green belt, this well-established Clark County community has a population of over 17,000 people, and it continues to grow. The Lakes real estate options include single-family homes, estate properties, condominiums and townhouses. Residents benefit from all of the Las Vegas excitement, business opportunity and amenities in a convenient location to the Strip. Jogging trails loop through the Nevada landscape. Shops and libraries are available along Sahara Avenue.

Private, public and higher education schools in the Clark County district are conveniently located nearby and offer award-winning educational facilities. The Lakes in Clark County, Nevada is surrounded by country clubs, golf courses, Spring Valley, Summerlin, Henderson, and of course the Las Vegas Strip.

Below is the list of homes in The Lakes that are available. To schedule a viewing, contact Felipe at 1-866-589-1646.

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Felipe Crook-Broker Salesman

Realty One Group

2831 S. Rose Pkwy, Ste 100

Henderson, NV 89052

702-683-2169-cell

1-866-589-1646

Sun City Communities in Las Vegas Henderson and North Las Vegas

On January 10, 2011, in Las Vegas Neighborhoods, Sun City, by Gay Real Estate Agent in Las Vegas

Sun City Las Vegas-Active Adult Communities As “baby boomers” begin to retire, they have created a huge desire for communities that reflect their active spirit and lifestyle. Del Webb as well know developer in the southwest United States famous for their Sun City developments. There are currently 4 active adult communites in Las Vegas with […]

Sun City Las Vegas-Active Adult Communities

Sun City Las Vegas


As “baby boomers” begin to retire, they have created a huge desire for communities that reflect their active spirit and lifestyle. Del Webb as well know developer in the southwest United States famous for their Sun City developments. There are currently 4 active adult communites in Las Vegas with all kinds of options for properties. Golf course homes to condo and townhouses with great views of the city and mountains. All these communities are in master planned communities in Las Vegas and Henderson which ensures the integrity of the neighborhoods by home owner’s associations.

Sun City Summerlin:

Located in northwest Las Vegas, this community is the best selling master planned communities for the last ten years- Summerlin. For those of you looking for a fun filled retirement, this active adult community is one of the best options in Las Vegas. With three community centers, two Las Vegas golf courses, and located just 15 minutes from Red Rock National Park. Events and activities are constantly changing and will keep you on your toes.

Sun City Aliante:

The newest age-restricted community is located in the new master plan Aliante in North Las Vegas. All Sun City communities offer residents a community center equiped with pools, fitness centers, computer center,tennis, and crafts center. 7 models are available in Sun City Aliante close to an 18 hole champion golf course. There are a total of 1,900 home on 1000 acres. The new Aliante Station just opened which is the local hot spot for gaming, restaurants, and movies.

Sun City Anthem:

Located in the hills of Henderson, this active adult community has beautiful walking and biking trails, one of the biggest community centers of any Sun City with 75,000 sq ft recreation center with 80 different classes and clubs, billard rooms, tennis, computer labs, indoor and outdoor pools, a wood work shop, dances, and much more. The stunning view of the Las Vegas Strip is worth a visit. There are many options of housing in Sun City Anthem depending on your style and budget.

Sun City Macdonald Ranch:

Located south of the 215 off of Green Valley Parkway, this active adult community is another popular choice. Closer to shopping and entertainment, Sun City Macdonald Ranch offers a 36,000 sq ft recreation center offering a fitness center, tennis, volleyball, card rooms, and much more. Walking trailing and a beautiful golf course created by Billy Casper and Greg Nash are just a few more amenities in this wonderful community.

Felipe Crook-Broker Salesman

Realty One Group

2831 S. Rose Pkwy, Ste 100

Henderson, NV 89052

702-683-2169-cell

1-866-589-1646

Spanish Trail Homes for sale in Las Vegas

On January 10, 2011, in Las Vegas Neighborhoods, Spanish Trail, by Gay Real Estate Agent in Las Vegas

Spanish Trial Las Vegas Spanish Trail is a beautiful guard gated golf course community on Tropicana and Rainbow. It was one of the first communities of its kind in Las Vegas combining an award winning 27 hole golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. This stunning golf course is one of the few that […]

Spanish Trial Las Vegas

Golf Course Real estate

Spanish Trail is a beautiful guard gated golf course community on Tropicana and Rainbow. It was one of the first communities of its kind in Las Vegas combining an award winning 27 hole golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. This stunning golf course is one of the few that has green grass year around, and it’s surrounded by mature trees, waterfalls, trails, and great views of the mountains. There are 1252 homes in this community ranging from $100,000 to over $5,000,000. Spanish Trail Homes for sale are listed below.

Quick Search Links

Spanish Trail Homes $100,000 to $500,000

Spanish Trail Homes $500,000 to $1,000,000

Spanish Trail Homes over $1,000,000

Amenities include:

  • Fitness Center
  • Tennis Center
  • 2 pools and 2 spas
  • Guard Gated
  • Easy access to freeways and the Las Vegas Strip

Golf Club and Social Club memberships are also available ranging from $3,000 for social memberships, and under $30,000 for Golf Club memberships. Individual owners sell the memberships. If you would like a full list of available properties in Spanish Trail, please call Felipe Crook toll free at 1-866-589-1646.

Felipe Crook-Broker Salesman

Realty One Group

2831 S. Rose Pkwy, Ste 100

Henderson, NV 89052

702-683-2169-cell

1-866-589-1646

Southern Highlands Homes for Sale in Las Vegas

On January 10, 2011, in Las Vegas Neighborhoods, Southern Highlands, by Gay Real Estate Agent in Las Vegas

Southern Highlands Las Vegas Southern Highlands is a master planned community in the southern most part of Las Vegas. This beautiful community offers an ideal setting for people of all ages, with acres of parks, open spaces and recreational facilities, including ball fields and tennis courts providing numerous options for active lifestyles. And for those […]

Southern Highlands Las Vegas

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Southern Highlands is a master planned community in the southern most part of Las Vegas. This beautiful community offers an ideal setting for people of all ages, with acres of parks, open spaces and recreational facilities, including ball fields and tennis courts providing numerous options for active lifestyles. And for those who want to walk, hike or bike within the beautiful natural surroundings, a trail system intertwines throughout the community.
Youll find all the conveniences of shopping, dining, a fire station, and more right in the community, and Southern Highlands boasts both public and private schools either open or under construction. Not to mention a host of entertaining community events throughout the year. Plus, the exclusive Southern Highlands Golf Club and Spa Southern Highlands offer tradition and luxury, at a private club that is consistently ranked among the best in the country.
Southern Highlands golf club

Nestled up against the mountains, this community has many amenities and beautiful settings for its residents. Because Southern Highlands is a master plan, purchasing properties in this area has an added assessment call a “SID” or Special Improvement District. This fee is usually paid over a 15 year period in two payments a year. If a previous seller has paid the SID off , there is no addition assessment. In addition to the SID, you have a master plan association fee of $46/month to maintain common areas and manage the association. Many people appreciate the aesthetics of the area because of the trees and walk ways through the community.
Prices in this area range wildly depending on the property. There are beautiful custom homes to apartments and condos in every price range.

Below are the quick links that will list all the available properties in Southern Highlands according to price range. 

Contact Felipe at 1-866-589-1646 to schedule a viewing or for more information.

Southern Highlands homes $100,000 to $200,000

Southern Highlands homes $200,000 to $300,000

Southern Highlands homes $300,000 to $500,000

Southern Highlands homes over $500,000

Felipe Crook-Broker Salesman

Realty One Group

2831 S. Rose Pkwy, Ste 100

Henderson, NV 89052

702-683-2169-cell

1-866-589-1646

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