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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
27 March 2020
Construction to resume on NHL arena at Seattle Center after 'full clean' of site

Building continues on the future NHL arena and another big Seattle project, the Washington State Convention Center addition, despite the ongoing ban on most construction statewide. […]


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Commercial News
28 March 2020
How the Army Corps will convert hotels, arenas into makeshift hospitals

Federal and military officials are preparing to convert commercial real estate and other properties into makeshift hospitals across the country. Here's what they say they're looking for. […]


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Commercial News
27 March 2020
One local CRE expert's outlook on coronavirus' impact on the Silicon Valley office market: 'A storm we're in good shape to weather'

What's going to help the region's market get out of the downturn caused by the COVID-19 coronavirus? Cushman & Wakefield's Bay Area research head believes it's the same force that's been driving it forward over the past decade. […]


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Commercial News
28 March 2020
Exclusive: Lake Mary company seeks new office space, sources say

And the company has been on a buying spree recently — snapping up nine businesses since the start of 2020. […]


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Commercial News
27 March 2020
Cheesecake Factory won’t pay April rent because of coronavirus losses

One of the country’s largest restaurant chains has sent a letter to its landlords saying it won’t be paying its April rent due to significant losses caused by the coronavirus outbreak. The Cheesecake Factory’s CEO David Overton told landlords in a letter the large national chain won’t be able to pay rent […]


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Commercial News
28 March 2020
Construction on giant Hawaii warehouse going full tilt

Thomas Sorensen had to temporarily close his Inspiration Interiors furniture store, Stage Restaurant and Amuse Wine Bar at the Honolulu Design Center because of the coronavirus, but construction is going full tilt on his $50 million industrial project in Kapolei that will be the largest new Class A warehouse in Ha […]


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Commercial News
28 March 2020
Hawaii issues RFQ for P3 partner to redevelop Aloha Stadium

The state of Hawaii on Friday posted a request for qualifications for prospective companies to participate in a public-private partnership to redevelop Aloha Stadium into a sports and entertainment complex that could include hotel, residential, retail and office space. The RFQ asks prospective developers and con […]


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Commercial News
27 March 2020
How the Army Corps will convert hotels, arenas into makeshift hospitals

Federal and military officials are preparing to convert commercial real estate and other properties into makeshift hospitals across the country. Here's what they say they're looking for. […]


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Commercial News
27 March 2020
Cheesecake Factory says it can't pay April rent due to pandemic

Publicly traded national restaurant chain with major anchor clout is signaling to landlords in Pittsburgh and nationwide that it won't be able to pay April rent. […]


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Residential News
27 March 2020
Newsom issues statewide ban on residential evictions from COVID-19

Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a blanket ban on evictions stemming from COVID-19 measures Friday, making statewide a policy some local jurisdictions had already adopted. In the executive order, Newsom said the order would be good through May 31, which likely gives renters at least a two-month reprieve from being unable […]


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Residential News
27 March 2020
Tiny house, big dream

This Bay Area couple designed a 300-sq.-ft. house from scratch. […]


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Residential News
28 March 2020
Newsom issues statewide ban on residential evictions from COVID-19

Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a blanket ban on evictions stemming from COVID-19 measures Friday, making statewide a policy some local jurisdictions had already adopted. In the executive order, Newsom said the order would be good through May 31, which likely gives renters at least a two-month reprieve from being unable […]


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Residential News
28 March 2020
Homebuilding halt in New York will be 'devastating,' trade group says

Homebuilders in New York on Friday had to quickly adjust to a new order by Gov. Andrew Cuomo that halts work on residential construction projects except in limited situations. The New York State Builders Association, a trade group representing homebuilders, advised its members that work can only continue if it's […]


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Residential News
27 March 2020
Newsom issues statewide ban on residential evictions from COVID-19

Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a blanket ban on evictions stemming from COVID-19 measures Friday, making statewide a policy some local jurisdictions had already adopted. In the executive order, Newsom said the order would be good through May 31, which likely gives renters at least a two-month reprieve from being unable […]


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Residential News
27 March 2020
Patti Payne's Cool Pads: Beaux Arts estate, designed by Bill Gates' architect, put up for sale

A one-of-a kind Northwest contemporary home in the Beaux Arts section of Bellevue is on market for $5.2 million. Compass Brokers Tere Foster and Moya Skillman have the listing. What makes this home a standout is that it was designed by renowned architect James Cutler, founding partner of Cutler Anderson Architect […]


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Residential News
27 March 2020
Newsom issues statewide ban on residential evictions from COVID-19

Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a blanket ban on evictions stemming from COVID-19 measures Friday, making statewide a policy some local jurisdictions had already adopted. In the executive order, Newsom said the order would be good through May 31, which likely gives renters at least a two-month reprieve from being unable […]


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Residential News
27 March 2020
United Airlines: No job or pay cuts in short term, but airline likely will be smaller

A new memo from United Airlines leaders contains both the good and the bad about the carrier and its future in the coronavirus era. […]


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Residential News
28 March 2020
How layoffs, stimulus checks could hit SA renters

Before the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic forced the food and retail industry into shuttering dining rooms, San Antonio’s thriving restaurant scene meant plenty of opportunity for workers. Now, the city’s larger share of restaurant and retail workers than most cities means that rent payments could be espec […]


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