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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
17 July 2019
Former Olney Giant to become Onelife Fitness

A former grocery store is getting new life as a heath and fitness center. Onelife Fitness signed a 10-year lease for the storefront at 17821 Georgia Ave. in Olney. The 41,277-square-foot space was left vacant following Giant Foods' move to a new location less than a mile away. Jim Crilley, the agent at H&R […]


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Commercial News
17 July 2019
Atlanta is nation's fourth fastest gentrifying city

Atlanta’s central city had the largest share of gentrifying neighborhoods behind only Washington D.C., Portland, and Seattle. […]


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Commercial News
17 July 2019
New operators lining up for Warsaw nursing home

Two groups of Downstate New York buyers are involved in the transition of a Wyoming County nursing home. Eastside OPCO LLC, doing business as East Side Nursing & Rehab, first filed plans last year to acquire East Side Nursing Home, an 80-bed residential health care facility in Warsaw, from longtime owner Bart […]


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Commercial News
17 July 2019
See the former Grand Avenue's renovation, which includes expanding floors for offices: Slideshow

New steel beams are going up in the former Shops of Grand Avenue’s airy west arcade to expand the upper floors for new office tenants, including engineering firm Graef.  The project is coming along as the former mall’s owners prepare to have Graef move into the building by the end of this year. See the att […]


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Commercial News
17 July 2019
EXCLUSIVE: Rookwood Properties makes its largest apartment acquisition

Rookwood Properties, a more than 50-year-old real estate company, recently purchased a portfolio of six apartment communities in Southwest Ohio, the largest acquisition in the company’s history. […]


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Commercial News
17 July 2019
Sherman cuts down short-term rentals in Mill District project

Sherman Associates has cut down the number of short-term rentals in its Mill District project at 205 Park Ave. in Minneapolis in the wake of complaints from neighbors. The Minneapolis developer had planned to dedicate to 94 of its 122 apartments to short-term rental company Sonder. But, at a Downtown Minneapolis […]


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Commercial News
17 July 2019
Atlanta's historic Temple bitter over The Peach

The building is best-known for its rooftop peach and has long been seen as an eyesore overhanging the interstate and Buford- Spring Connector. […]


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Commercial News
17 July 2019
District's new XFL team kicks off to-do list: Staff, practice facility

The business operation behind the District's new XFL team is ramping up hiring while it secures a practice facility ahead of a February 2020 debut. President Erik Moses, in this position for three months, is searching for space in the region for both a practice facility and team office this summer. The team will […]


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Commercial News
17 July 2019
Florida family buys Nicollet Mall buildings that house Rojo, Barrio

A Florida buyer paid $10.1 million for the buildings, which are along the 900 block of Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis. […]


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Residential News
16 July 2019
Mandel Group proposing 34-acre multifamily development in Oconomowoc's Pabst Farms

The development, called Pabst Farms Apartments, could add 475 residents to the city and $600,000 in annual tax revenue. […]


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Residential News
16 July 2019
Honolulu Museum of Art to put historic Spalding House estate up for sale

The Honolulu Museum of Art is planning to put the historic Spalding House estate in Makiki Heights, the former Contemporary Museum and home of the museum’s founder, on the market for sale. The museum is working on winding down operations at the property at 2411 Makiki Heights Drive by the end of the year. “T […]


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Residential News
17 July 2019
Saratoga County town's apartment moratorium will help this developer

"This is knocking out any competition I might have had," the developer says. […]


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Residential News
17 July 2019
Atlanta's historic Temple bitter over The Peach

The building is best-known for its rooftop peach and has long been seen as an eyesore overhanging the interstate and Buford- Spring Connector. […]


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Residential News
17 July 2019
Atlanta is nation's fourth fastest gentrifying city

Atlanta’s central city had the largest share of gentrifying neighborhoods behind only Washington D.C., Portland, and Seattle. […]


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Residential News
17 July 2019
Koman Group proposes new apartment project in CWE

Koman Group is proposing to build a new 200-unit multifamily development in the Central West End. Details of the project, located at 4545 Laclede Ave., are scant, but Koman Group would build 200 apartments and have 230 parkings spaces, Alderman Joe Roddy said on Facebook. Park East Apartments currently occupie […]


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Residential News
16 July 2019
Inspirato launches luxury resort subscription, a Netflix for travel

Inspirato, a luxury destination club that has booking agreements at several luxury resort properties and vacation homes in Hawaii, has launched a subscription pass that allows unlimited stays at properties around the world for a monthly fee. For $2,500 a month — or $30,000 a year — a subscriber can hold one […]


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Residential News
16 July 2019
Why real estate startup Roofstock’s growth is going through the roof

Oakland-based Roofstock is seeing strong growth as more investors want to invest in single-family houses without the headaches of tenants and toilets. […]


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Residential News
16 July 2019
This is the one Bay Area city where rents aren't rising, new study reports

Average apartment rents have risen across San Francisco and the entire region during the first half of 2019, with only one Bay Area city reporting a decrease. The highest rental increases can be seen in Foster City, where average rent went up by 7.6 percent ($250) followed by Livermore with a 7.2 percent increase […]


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