eProNet Blog

Home Prices Rise in DecemberMedian price of homes sold last month peaked at just over $204,000. This is an increase of 1% from the previous month and an overall 10% increase from this time last year. Although home prices are on the rise, which is a good sign for many home owners, GLVAR claims the market getting back to the peak of June of 2006, where single family homes were worth roughly $315,000, is still a long ways away.

Nevada still remains 35.7 percent below the per-recession peak, which is the largest decline in the nation. In January of 2012, the price of homes fell to $118,000. But after another solid year of recovery, further gains are expected for 2015. Population growth is a key factor, with Nevada being the 2nd fastest growing state in the country. And with home values stabilizing, fewer investors are trying to flip properties hoping for a quick turnaround profit. This means the average home buyer will have less competition and many more options in their choice of home.

December 30, 2015

Home Prices Rise in December

Median price of homes sold last month peaked at just over $204,000. This is an increase of 1% from the previous month and an overall 10% […]
December 15, 2015

Start Generating Leads

Being a real estate agent means that you are an independent contractor.  In other words, essentially you are responsible for your own business. So what does […]
December 10, 2015

Build Your Credibility

There are thousands of real estate agents that work out of Las Vegas alone, yet some people still sell their home by themselves or just don’t […]
December 2, 2015

Team Up to Clean Up!

Ever heard of the word “squatters” when in comes to real estate? To homeowners and property managers, this is a common term when someone is living […]
November 2, 2015

Title Insurance and What It Is

The word insurance is common as we have it on our cars, houses, etc. But what exactly is title insurance and why is it such a […]
October 26, 2015

Fantasyland Coming to Las Vegas

 Does the name, Tony Hsieh, ring any bells? It may once I mention the 40-foot-long praying mantis that he owns. CEO of Zappos, Tony Hsieh, has […]