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Las Vegas NV Area Sold Terms & Trends August 2011 (includes Henderson & North Las Vegas)

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Cash REMAINS KING in the Las Vegas Area Real Estate Market!!! It is important for every buyer in the Las Vegas Area Real Estate Market to understand who their buyer competition is in this currently competitive seller's market LV is enjoying! It is important to understand how a seller looks at each financing type:

Cash Offers: Generally have less contingencies and quicker close times. A cash offer may be accepted even if it is lower than a financed offer.

Conventional Financing: Less strict with lender required repairs but larger down payments and more strict credit guidelines.

FHA/VA Financing: Requires more scrutiny with lender required repairs via appraisal. In general these take longer to underwrite and close so a cash or conventional offer looks more enticing to the seller. FHA Requires the deed to be seasoned for several months so some flips bought at trustee's sales are generally out as options when competing with multiple offers!

Other: Less common and creative financing types such as Lease Options, OWC (Owner Will Carry), etc. The "other" category INCLUDES auction terms!!

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Comment balloon 7 commentsRenée Donohue~Home Photography • September 16 2011 09:16AM

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Lots of dead presidents, stacks of currency are and always have been the face cards to lay down and get the deals.

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) about 7 years ago

Morning Renee...great report...I Hope you have a wonderful weekend too!  Take care!

Posted by Kristin Johnston - REALTOR®, Giving Back With Each Home Sold! (RE/MAX Realty Center ) about 7 years ago

Great report as always. Surprise that cash is king in your area. I guess it's the quickest way to just close & get some deals.

Posted by Lyn Sims, Schaumburg IL Real Estate (RE/MAX Suburban) about 7 years ago

I imagine with the prices where they are now, coming up with all cash isn't as difficult, especially if someone is downsizing and has sold first. Love the colorful, depictive reports Renee.

Posted by Karen Crowson, Your Agent for Change (Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage) about 7 years ago

Those are some great charts Renee, and makes things easy to read and understand!

Posted by Donna Harris, Realtor,Mediator,Ombudsman,Property Tax Arbitrator (Donna Homes, powered by JPAR - TexasRealEstateMediationServices.com) about 7 years ago

Renee,

The investors just don't seem to run out of money and fortunately keep the real estate market going over there.

Posted by Esko Kiuru about 7 years ago

Thank you all for the comments!

Posted by Renée Donohue~Home Photography, Western Michigan Real Estate Photographer (Savvy Home Pix) about 7 years ago

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