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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
19 June 2018
The Beck Group staying downtown as its relocates its headquarters

North Texas’ third-largest general contractor is relocating its headquarters to another downtown Dallas office building. The Beck Group said Monday it plans to move to Thanksgiving Tower, where it will occupy three full floors spanning 81,698 square feet. The company’s corporate office is currently located at […]


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Commercial News
19 June 2018
In the running for Amazon's HQ2, Suffolk Downs turns toward redevelopment

This story was originally published on WBUR's website. The Suffolk Downs racetrack is one of 20 sites still in the running to become Amazon's (Nasdaq: AMZN) second headquarters. The stakes: 50,000 high-paying jobs. A decision by the retail giant is expected this summer, and as the competing bidders enter […]


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Commercial News
19 June 2018
Sale of PPA's 8th & Chestnut lot hints at future development

Goldenberg Group is prepared to spend more than $24 million for a parking lot at 8th and Chestnut streets that would give the Blue Bell-based real estate developer control of a huge chunk of a city block. In a three-way deal that involves the Philadelphia Parking Authority and the entity that once hoped to bring […]


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Commercial News
19 June 2018
Downtown Radisson Blu is sold

A hotel investment company has purchased the 360-room Radisson Blu in downtown Minneapolis. The Star Tribune reports on the purchase by Hospitality Properties Trust (NASDAQ: NPT), a Newton, Mass.-based real estate investment trust that's been a longtime partner of Radisson. Terms of the sale weren't disclosed. […]


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Commercial News
19 June 2018
Restaurant to relocate to downtown St. Louis

The Vietnamese restaurant is taking over the spot that SanSai Japanese Grill vacated last year. […]


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Commercial News
19 June 2018
Grand Peaks Properties buys Sweetwater apartments for $66M

The apartment complex is near a major mall. […]


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Commercial News
19 June 2018
Midtown office tower, hotel approved by Charlotte City Council

A rezoning petition on a high-traffic site that caused division in neighborhoods surrounding midtown Charlotte was given the green light at Monday's City Council zoning meeting. NAI Southern Real Estate filed the rezoning petition late last year, seeking to build a 20-story tower containing more than 500,000 squa […]


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Commercial News
19 June 2018
Head Start, medical clinic eyed for ex-Deaconess property

CAO wants to build $8 million building on hospital site. […]


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Commercial News
19 June 2018
Combined Properties buys Reston apartrment complex, looking for more to broaden portfolio

D.C.-based Combined Properties, best known for its ground-up developments and retail properties, has acquired a garden-style apartment complex in Reston, and says it plans to make more buys like it in the future. Combined announced Monday it bought the 200-unit Reston Glen, at 12265 Laurel Glade Court. Terms were […]


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Residential News
19 June 2018
Over 6,000 coastal NC properties at risk of chronic flooding by 2030, report says

A report by the Union of Concerned Scientists reveals that 6,376 properties in North Carolina are at risk for flood damage by 2030 due to rising sea levels. This number would put $1,449,186,258 of property value at risk and potentially impact 10,234 individuals currently housed in those at-risk homes. The study […]


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Residential News
19 June 2018
Tracking the tsunami of new homes headed for Dayton

Twin Cities developers are planning to build about 3,000 new homes in Dayton, which has a population of about 5,400, according to 2016 U.S. Census Bureau estimates. Here are the developments going through the process to get approval from the city or have gotten approval needed for construction to begin. […]


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Residential News
19 June 2018
Just two feet will determine the fate of a Linwood Avenue project

Minor variances needed for $1 million development. […]


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Residential News
18 June 2018
Mallinckrodt CEO sells $1.08 million Chesterfield home

Mark Trudeau, president and CEO of Mallinckrodt, and his wife, Susan, have sold their Chesterfield home.  The five-bedroom, five-bathroom home, which is located on a 4.94-acre lakefront lot, sold for $1.08 million. George and Melanie Rees purchased the home. The deal closed in February.  The 4,934-square-foot […]


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Residential News
18 June 2018
Marc Benioff on Salesforce’s role in public good: ‘We can unleash a power onto this city’

Beyond Salesforce.com’s notable new addition to San Francisco’s skyline, CEO Marc Benioff wants to make his mark on the city’s well being. In an extended interview with the New York Times on Friday, Benioff emphasized Salesforce’s key role in San Francisco's public interest as its largest tech company. […]


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Residential News
19 June 2018
Rent increasing in Dallas at lowest rate in years

As rents rise in United States' coastal cities, people are flocking to the center of the country. Out of the nation’s 25 largest cities, Dallas finds itself in the middle for rent growth, as well. According to an Apartment List report released earlier this month, Dallas experienced a 1.1-percent rent increase o […]


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Residential News
19 June 2018
Real Estate Digest: San Diego investors grabs Peninsula office building, Stitch Fix expands, downtown plaza on the way in North Bay and more

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
19 June 2018
New $175 million senior community breaks ground in Dallas

The Legacy Senior Communities, a non-profit charitable organization that serves seniors, broke ground on its new $175 million retirement community home, The Legacy Midtown Park, on June 18. The community, located at the Midtown Park development on 10 acres of land in Dallas, will generate approximately 350 jobs […]


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Residential News
19 June 2018
Majority of Ohio’s most popular jobs don’t pay enough to afford rent

Only two of the top 10 occupations in Ohio pay workers enough to afford a modest two-bedroom apartment. According to a report from the National Low Income Housing Coalition and the Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio, Ohio’s housing wage – or the amount renters need to earn to afford the rent for a […]


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