Working with a Las Vegas Realtor to Find Your Dream Home

As you interview and speak with real estate agents and Realtors®, you’ll start noticing acronyms such as CRS, ABR, and CRP on these professionals’ business cards. What exactly do these designations mean to you and the home buying process? Once you’re aware these specialties exist, it may influence your selection process.  

Las Vegas Realtors: The Ones in the Know

One of the most important decisions you will make as you relocate to Las Vegas is where you will live. While many transplants rent the first few months to get a feel for the area, Las Vegas realtors are ready to give you the inside scoop on all of the hottest communities. From golf course neighborhoods to desert subdivisions, Las Vegas real estate remains some of the most valued properties in the country. Even if you can’t decide right away, the process of searching out your ideal residence will add spice to your Las Vegas relocation.

Las Vegas Real Estate: A Unique Opportunity for Buyers

Las Vegas real estate is a market in transition. According to the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors, in 2013 local home prices have been rising and the housing supply has been tight and homes are selling at a brisk pace. New homes in Las Vegas and Las Vegas condos offer style, comfort and affordability for almost every budget. Of course, nobody knows the Las Vegas real estate market better than the professionals listed in this relocation guide. They offer online, print and personal resources that can help you to discover the properties that meet your needs and lifestyle.  

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How Is Your Credit? »

Before you even begin applying for a mortgage loan, you’ll need to be sure you are credit-worthy. There are three major credit reporting agencies (Equifax, Experian and TransUnion) in the United States that maintain records of your use of credit and other information about you.

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Selecting an Agent »

Before you relocate to the Las Vegas area, a good idea is to find an agent who is a relocation specialist or a buyer’s agent. As you can see by my web presence that I am a relocation specialist who specializes in helping people move to a new area.

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Why Work with a Realtor? »

Only real estate licensees who are members of the National Association of Realtors (NAR) are properly called Realtors. When you begin your home search, consider using a member of the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors.