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Las Vegas Investments and Realty is a boutique real estate company that specializes in client care and attention. We have spent years building a reputation based on trust, high ethical standards and great quality care. Our company can help meet your needs in real estate through the purchase, sale and leasing of properties. One of our primary focuses over the years has been land development and planning in Las Vegas. This gives us knowledge from land development and future project aspect to help our clients made good sound real estate decisions. Las Vegas is a unique city and takes an agent with unique knowledge to make the best decisions.

Las Vegas Real Estate

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Diverse

Each of the neighborhoods that makes up three cities in the Clark county region has something unique and special to offer. This county is known for being a melting pot of culture and ethnicities, offering opportunities to everyone.

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Clean and Green

Las Vegas is at the forefront of preserving its natural beauty from Red Rock Canyon, Lake Mead and mountain Charleston. It is also leader in solar energy and building energy efficient residential and commercial properties.

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Growth

The latest census marks Las Vegas as the #1 for population growth, job growth, economic growth and now two new major sports league will be calling Las Vegas their home.

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Family-Friendly

Although Las Vegas downtown is known for its adult entertainment, it also has a growing cultural that is appealing and focused on family. This includes the beautiful new city center, the smith center, the discovery museum and new water parks. The recreation for families year round is growing at exponential rates. This is a great place for families with tons of hospitality, technology, food and tourism.

Commercial News
22 May 2018
Boutique hotel to break ground in Ybor City (Rendering)

A partnership of Tampa developers has brought a Chicago group on board to move forward with a boutique hotel in Ybor City. The 176-key, full-service hotel — which first went public nearly four years ago — will celebrate its groundbreaking on Thursday, on a site that's on the north side of Seventh Avenue betw […]


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Commercial News
22 May 2018
Unveiled: Stadium plan's Phase I calls for 500K square feet of mixed-use space

The plan for Phase I of the property surrounding the new 5,000-seat baseball stadium in downtown High Point has been released, revealing plans for more than a half-million square feet of retail, restaurants, apartments, offices, hotel space and parking. The Phase I plan, covering approximately four acres ringing […]


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Commercial News
22 May 2018
Commerce Bank opens first office in Houston

The Kansas City-based bank sees big opportunity in the nation's fourth-biggest city. “We have a war chest of capital that we're looking to deploy in Houston," says Sebastien Solar, who leads the new Houston office. […]


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Commercial News
22 May 2018
Brewery to open in historic downtown Miami building

Biscayne Bay Brewing Co. will open in the historic Old U.S. Post Office and Courthouse building in downtown Miami. The 6,200-square-foot brewery and taproom will be on the third floor of the building at 100 N.E. First Ave. Built in 1912 by Oscar Wenderoth, it was the city’s first brick-and-mortar post office. […]


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Commercial News
22 May 2018
Milwaukee to team with DOT to sell land near train station, streetcar line

Aiming to maximize the development potential of a vacant block near the Milwaukee Intermodal Station, the city and state of Wisconsin are teaming to put it on the market quickly. The vacant block is northwest of Fifth Street and West St. Paul Avenue, and represents a combination of city and state-owned land. Past […]


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Commercial News
22 May 2018
Five couples buy abandoned restaurant to help save upstate New York community

The owners of a car dealership and a 91-year-old village market are among five couples buying an abandoned restaurant in Whitehall, New York. Cheryl Putorti and her husband Francis — the village's former mayor — are working with friends to purchase 209 Broadway, a 180-seat restaurant located along the state h […]


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Commercial News
22 May 2018
Historic Bartlett Pear Inn hits the market in Easton

The eight-room Federal style bed and breakfast was built in 1790. […]


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Commercial News
22 May 2018
Despite trade war concerns, Florida construction industry sees growth

Thirty-eight states added construction jobs between March 2017 and March 2018, with Florida sitting near the top of the pack after adding more than 31,600 construction jobs for an increase of 6.3 percent. […]


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Commercial News
22 May 2018
How to choose the right industrial space for your growing business

If your business has been growing exponentially and your current facility is hindering your company’s growth, it’s probably time to consider a new space. When searching for your next business location, there’s always more to consider than meets the eye. Timing — Give yourself plenty of time to search and […]


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Residential News
22 May 2018
HomeServices of America does a deal in Dallas

Minneapolis-based HomeServices of America announced its plans to purchase a North Texas-based real estate company called Ebby Halliday and its portfolio of brands. The company will acquire Ebby Halliday Realtors and Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate, both based in Dallas, as well as Williams Trew Real Estate, headqua […]


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Residential News
22 May 2018
$1 billion project breaks ground, huge East Bay housing site hits the market, will BART derail extension to Livermore and more in our weekly real estate digest

Editor's note: The San Francisco Business Times recently launched this weekly real estate digest featuring a round-up of local news items, musings from notable figures, insights from other publications and must-reads from our own newsroom. As always, we'd love to hear what you think and how we can improve. Please […]


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Residential News
22 May 2018
Unveiled: Stadium plan's Phase I calls for 500K square feet of mixed-use space

The plan for Phase I of the property surrounding the new 5,000-seat baseball stadium in downtown High Point has been released, revealing plans for more than a half-million square feet of retail, restaurants, apartments, offices, hotel space and parking. The Phase I plan, covering approximately four acres ringing […]


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Residential News
22 May 2018
Plans for residential development off 280 proceed

Plans for the third phase of a Birmingham neighborhood are shaping up. The Shelby County Planning Commission has approved a preliminary plat for 24 new lots at The Village at Highland Lakes, reports 280 Living. The land is located at the end of Highland Village Trail. Scott Vaughn of Arrington Engineering reques […]


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Residential News
22 May 2018
Site of planned downtown tower sells for $1.6M

An abandoned building sighted for redevelopment in downtown Columbus has sold.  AB 195 East Main LLC bought about an acre of land at 185-203 E. Main St. in downtown Columbus in a transaction that closed Monday. The five parcels sold for about $1.6 million, according to the Franklin County auditor. This is the si […]


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Residential News
22 May 2018
Condo values increased most in these South Florida neighborhoods in Q1

The median condo sales priced surged 56.7 percent in a single year in one of South Florida’s wealthiest neighborhoods. Data from the Florida Realtors and the Realtors Association of the Palm Beaches and Greater Fort Lauderdale broke down condo/townhouse sales in the first quarter by ZIP code. For the entire tri […]


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Residential News
22 May 2018
Home sale of the week: A wine room, theatre and heated pool are featured in this $2.5M deal

The most expensive home sold in Central Florida the week of May 13-19 was 671 Via Lugano in Winter Park. It sold for $2.5 million, or $355 per square foot, according to the Orlando Regional Realtor Association. The 7,408-square-foot, 6-bedroom home has six full and three half bathrooms. The Santa Barbara Mission- […]


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Residential News
22 May 2018
San Antonio Board of Realtors selects new CEO

The San Antonio Board of Realtors has named Shane Johnson as its new CEO, taking over for interim CEO Gilbert Gonzalez. As chief operating officer for Cape Fear Realtors in North Carolina, Johnson steered the organization's implementation of programs that earned the National Association of Realtors 2017 Community […]


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Residential News
22 May 2018
The inside story of Oregon's greatest mansion never built (Photos)

Mark Wattles had grand plans for a singular 32-acre property along the banks of the Willamette River in West Linn. The founder of Hollywood Video had bought the property in his early 30s for $1.25 million in 1994, and by 1997, construction was underway on Wattles' dream home, a sprawling, 50,000-square-foot mans […]


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