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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
21 June 2018
EDGE greenlights Shelby Farms TIF for surrounding road improvements

The millions of dollars in increased property tax revenue from the proposed mid-rise development across from Shelby Farms Park can now be used to fund $72 million in surrounding infrastructure improvements. Wednesday, June 20, the board of the Economic Development Growth Engine (EDGE) for Memphis & Shelby Cou […]


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Commercial News
21 June 2018
A deal like AllianceBernstein 'is a big part of our bet,' says Gulch office developer

The developer details the hotel and residential units also planned on the 3-acre site — and talks about how the prevalence of "chug-and-pedals" is influencing where office tenants want to locate. […]


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Commercial News
21 June 2018
Is home inventory really so dismal in Denver? Not exactly

Inventory remains critically low, but there was a slight bump in May. […]


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Commercial News
21 June 2018
JK Moving assembling a potential headquarters campus in Arcola — in case the Western Lands thing doesn't work out

Sterling-based JK Moving Services is in the process of buying 340 acres off Route 50 in Loudoun County for a new headquarters campus — just in case its bid for Dulles Airports’ Western Lands doesn’t work out. Chuck Kuhn, JK’s president and CEO, said his company has bought, or will by Thursday, four parce […]


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Commercial News
21 June 2018
A look at a Portland development mainstay's striking Seattle designs

The once-in-a-lifetime project will bring major changes to Seattle's most densely populated neighborhood. […]


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Commercial News
21 June 2018
Jaguars Shipyards redevelopment given 18-month extension

Downtown Investment Authority board members voted for the extension on Wednesday after DIA CEO Aundra Wallace requested more time, given that the deadline was coming up in September. […]


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Commercial News
21 June 2018
Capital Tacos is coming to St. Pete

Capital Tacos, launched in a small Pasco County storefront in 2013, will open its fifth location in St. Petersburg later this summer. The taco chain is taking over 5226 4th St. N, a spot previously occupied by several other restaurants including PieTopia and Uncle Maddio's Pizza. It's slated to open in mid- to la […]


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Commercial News
21 June 2018
St. Paul City Council OKs project at Snelling, St. Clair

A six-story apartment building project proposed at St. Clair and Snelling avenues handily won a City Council showdown, despite complaints from some neighbors.   The Pioneer Press reports on the 5-1 vote in favor of the proposal by St. Paul-based TJL Development and developer Jim LaValle, who plans 118 apartment […]


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Commercial News
21 June 2018
Cushman & Wakefield files for IPO

Real estate giant Cushman & Wakefield is going public, according to a filing Wednesday. The Chicago-based company is backed by Fort Worth investment firm TPG and is hitting the public market as shares of its larger rivals have climbed in the past year on a surging U.S. economy and consistent demand for firms […]


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Residential News
21 June 2018
Lava from Kilauea volcano wipes out nearly $375M in Hawaii real estate market value

The number of homes confirmed destroyed by the lava flow since the eruption began in the Leilani Estates subdivision on May 3 reached 598 this week. […]


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Residential News
20 June 2018
New housing balances demand of Frisco's growing workforce

New multifamily housing developments are absorbing the influx of residents flocking to Dallas-Fort Worth. Developers will deliver about 27,000 multifamily housing units in DFW this year, which, according to a recent Marcus & Millichap, Inc. (NYSE: MMI) report, will be the highest in any market across the nati […]


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Residential News
20 June 2018
Dispute hangs on who owns the drapes in the Julian Price showhouse (911 audio)

A conflict between a designer and the owners of the former Julian Price home in Fisher Park escalates into two 911 calls revealing very different sides of a drape debate. […]


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Residential News
21 June 2018
Movement Mortgage employs first-ever technology challenge

Movement Mortgage likes to think outside the box when it comes to cutting-edge technology. That’s never been more apparent than when the Fort Mill-based company announced its Movement Crowdsource Challenge, a call for techies to develop a mobile operating system for loan officers. Ten tech firms from all over t […]


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Residential News
21 June 2018
Three Over-the-Rhine properties land historic tax credits

A trio of Over-the-Rhine buildings landed Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits on June 20 that will help revitalize them. […]


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Residential News
20 June 2018
Get a look at M/I Homes’ latest high-end development in Cincinnati: PHOTOS

Daventry at Summit Park, a new high-end residential development from M/I Homes of Cincinnati LLC, is seeing a flurry of activity. Construction crews are busy at the new neighborhood next to the $75 million Summit Park in Blue Ash. Greg Williams, president of M/I Homes of Cincinnati, said about 20 homes are under […]


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Residential News
21 June 2018
Kansas developer nabs 55 acres for large Louisville subdivision

The property sold for nearly $4 million. […]


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Residential News
20 June 2018
Photos: Cisco executive auctioning off North Carolina mansion with indoor saltwater pool

An executive with Cisco Systems in North Carolina is hoping his 9,050-square-foot Chapel Hill mansion will fetch top dollar on the auction block. The home, which country records show belongs to Edward Paradise — who heads up San Jose-based Cisco's operations at the Research Triangle Park in North Carolina — […]


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Residential News
21 June 2018
Dream Cabins: Hayward, Wis., log home on the market for $1.9 million

If you're looking for a getaway, a 13-acre wooded property with a log home and 1,125 feet of shoreline could fit the bill. The property, at 10341N Sandy Beach Road in Hayward, Wis., is situated at Round Lake. It has a 1,746-square-foot main home with four bedrooms and two bathrooms. It also features a stone f […]


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