The difference between "just okay" and homes that WOW! When you're ready to sell, staging puts your home's best foot forward. De-cluttering and de-personalizing common rooms is important to the process, but don't overlook these factors that will leave lasting impressions on buyers: When it comes to listing your home, ... Read More
The asking price you set for your home significantly affects whether you will profit in the sale, how much you will profit and how long your home will sit on the market. Your real estate agent’s knowledge of the overall market and what’s selling – or not selling – will ... Read More
A home that is overpriced can easily sit on the market, yet an underpriced home can sell quickly and for less money that it is worth. Either scenario can mean a potential loss of income for any home seller. Before selling your home, it is essential that you know your ... Read More
Our newest listing! Summerlin single story in highly desirable Ridgebrook community next to the Ridges, walking distance to top rated schools/parks, near Downtown Summerlin. Fabulous open concept layout, large kitchen with island, breakfast bar, walk in pantry and dining nook, great room and den with custom built ins, formal dining area, separate master bed with oversized walk in closet, dual vanities, soaker tub with jets, lush backyard, covered patio Click on any pic to find out more, this home will go fast in this highly desireable neighborhood. ... See MoreSee Less
Here’s a story we just discovered that could save you a lot of money on your property taxes. Please read below
The Clark County Assessor’s Office may not have properly applied the property tax caps when billing for property taxes on your primary residences. If your information is not accurately reflected in the County Treasurer’s records, you are paying too much in property taxes this fiscal year.
If your property is your primary residence your property tax cap increase percentage should be 3% NOT 4.8%.
To verify whether you are being overcharged for property taxes you can click the link below and search for your property.
Once you have entered your property information, you need to check two fields, the Tax Cap Increase Pct. and the Cap Type.
If this property is your primary residence and the Tax Cap Increase Pct. field says 4.8% and the Cap Type says OTHER, you are being overcharged for property taxes.
To rectify this situation you should do either one of two things:
Contact the Clark County Assessor’s Office at 702-455-3882 or 702-455-4997 and let them know that your tax cap increase percentage is incorrectly reported. They will send you a document to have your information corrected. ... See MoreSee Less
This helpful buyer’s guide, along with the assistance of the experts at the Falcone Group, will help you make a more educated decision before buying your home; a decision that you will be confident and content with for many years to come...
A BOOKLET DESIGNED TO ASSIST YOU IN BUYING YOUR HOME! Buying a home is an emotional decision as well as an important financial one. When purchasing a home, making that final choice is about finding a ...