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8943 Grisom, Reno, Nevada

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3 BEDROOMS | 3 (2 full, 1 half ) BATHROOMS | 2108 SQUARE FEET

This is the home you have been searching for! Large and popular floor plan including 3 Bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms. Kitchen features upgraded cabinets and granite counters. Large master suite with recently upgraded master bathroom including double sinks, custom tile work, and a large walk in closet. The master retreat even features french doors and a large private balcony! Enjoy wonderful summer walks and mountain views throughout the community. Large and private backyard is fully landscaped and

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Conclusions for January 2018 Market Report


• The January median price at $360,000 is up 4% from December 2017 and up 19% from a year ago.

• January unit sales at 400 are down 19% from December and up 10% compared to January 2017.

• January new listings are up 51% at 470 compared to December and up 20% from one year ago.

• The Reno market is a seller’s market, at 1.3 months supply of inventory. Months supply of inventory is the time it would take to exhaust the active inventory at the current rate of sales. Conclusions

• The January median sales price at $360.000 started 2018 at a near record high for a January. It was twelve years ago, when median price reached its peak of $365,000 in January 2006. Today’s market conditions are

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475 Eagle View Ct, Sparks, NV

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This is the home you have been searching for! This home looks like a model and is located on a quiet cul-de-sac in Spanish Springs! It is the definition of immaculate. This home features a highly sought after floor plan and numerous upgrades throughout including plantation shutters, upgraded flooring, and newly remodeled bathrooms. The great room that looks out over the meticulously maintained .31 acre yard with paver patio, and views of the

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Should You Rent Or Buy A Home?  

Everyone needs a place to live and there are basically only two options. You can rent or buy, so which one is the best choice?  The choice is different for everyone and should be carefully considered as buying a home is one of the biggest purchases that most people will make in their life.

There are a number of advantages to buying over renting.

  • Owning a home is an investment. When you rent, 100% of your rent payment goes into your landlord's pocket. When you are buying your home, each month part of your payment goes towards paying down your principal balance. 

  • Additionally, when you make improvements to your home this usually increases the value of your home and your investment.

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I have met with many qualified clients every week that all have one common problem, they don't know ho to save up all of the money need to purchase a home.  These clients all have decent jobs and pay rent, and they also know that once they are in a home they will easily be able to pay their monthly mortgage.  The problem still exists:  How will a first time buyer be able to save up the initial down payment?

I am happy to say that I have helped many families this year purchase home with little or no money down!  So here is the question, "How do you do it?", "How is it possible to purchase a home with no money saved to put down?".

 When you purchase a home, you need money for down payment and closing costs.  Let's first discuss the "down

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One of the most common questions that I hear when I am working with a first-home buyers is, “How do you get paid as a Realtor?”.  According to the National Association of Realtors, 88% of home buyers used a real estate agent when buying a home and approximately 91% of homeowners used a Realtor to sell their house in 2013. Based on these numbers, it’s obvious that there are many people working with Realtors every day. There are also predicting that the “Gen Y” homebuyers will be entering the real estate market with a bang during the next few years. This means that an influx of home buyers will be entering the market for the first time. Many of these first time home buyers have no idea what a Realtor actually does, or how they get paid.

I recently met a

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