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Nevada homes for resale if a new home is not for you

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By : Paul Escobedo    99 or more times read
Las Vegas is an attractive city to make home investments. It offers people plenty of opportunities in terms of employment with the Las Vegas strip minutes away. People seek to relocate here for better jobs and cheaper houses. Even with the down housing market new residents can see that there is a constant demand for homes and value of your home will rise in the coming years.

The Las Vegas real estate market is beginning to take off again and the prices and incentives are truly incredible. These resale home prices are at reasonable prices and mortgage rates have been lowered as far as 3.9%! There are plenty of new homes for sale at great prices, but the price canít compare to these previously owned homes.

Probably the biggest perk when buying a previously owned home is that buyers can find out about the community they are moving into, before they move in. They are moving into an established neighborhood and have the ability to see statistic as far as crime and medium income. They can also speak with the seller but may not get accurate information. Home buyers can find out about the communities HOA rules and if the home is old enough they could purchase a phone that has no HOA.

When purchasing a previously owned home you are going to really want to have a home inspector take a look at the home. You want to trust the seller but having an inspector will find items that the home owner didnít know were issues then you can have the seller take off these issues from the price or have them fixed before you move into the home. Just because a home has great curb appeal doesnít mean that the inner workings of the home such as plumbing and the air conditioning are functioning properly.
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