Las Vegas Real Estate Market Update – February 2021

Buying Real Estate
What’s happening in the Las Vegas Housing Market and what do the numbers mean?

In our February 2021 Las Vegas Real Estate Market Update, local mortgage officer David Yurvochak with Guild Mortgage joins us to share his thoughts on the Las Vegas Real Estate Market, including:

-How the low inventory is having an upward price pressure on single family, condos and townhomes.
-Why you should always shop lenders whenever you’re buying a home. Including new construction!
-We talk about the power of companies allowing their employees to work remotely and why this can’t be underestimated.
-Low interest rates and much much more!

We hope you are staying safe in this crazy weather!

Thinking about buying, selling or investing in real estate? Schedule Your Free Consultation! We pride ourselves in helping our clients realize their real estate goals through great communication, expert negotiation, and genuine service.

Steve and Kristen Thomas
The Thomas Group – Love Local Real Estate
License S.0179182, S.0185994

Filmed in studio at Show Creators, Inc. in Las Vegas, NV.

All information provided by Las Vegas Realtors (LVR).

#lasvegas #realestate #marketupdate

0:00 Introduction
2:19 Single Family Home Statistics
12:16​ Condo & Townhome Statistics
15:09 Low Inventory & Home Prices
16:25 Mortgage Interest Rates
19:08 Shopping for Mortgage Lenders
28:08 Luxury Home Sales & Jumbo Loans
30:03 Real Estate Investment Loans
37:39 Buying New Construction
41:43 Finding a Home with Low Inventory
44:02 Schedule Your Consultation

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