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2007 

Good news may be coming soon. The Fed and the Bush Administration are doing what they can to keep the country from falling into the much feared recession [author shutters]. The US is trying to pull a deal together to help out in the subprime arena with banks and Bernanke has hinted to lower rates...
11/30/2007
When shopping for plants for the holiday season there are some tips for keeping them alive and around for a longer period of time. The Las Vegas RJ reported that there are certain plants and conditions that help prolong the life of a plant. Here is the summary of a few of those tips:Avoid any pla...
11/29/2007
I did it! I finally reached 100,000 points on ActiveRain.When I created my Las Vegas real estate agent web site I pushed to find a way to make it successful. I have never paid a dime for SEO and want to keep it that way. I want to promote the site myself to stay in touch with client needs and the...
11/28/2007
Buying a Las Vegas Home can be very gratifying for anyone looking to make this oasis their home. To ensure a smooth home buying process it is important to work with Las Vegas Realtors who know and understand your situation and needs. Not only do your real estate agents need to understand your nee...
11/27/2007
Today multiple news reports were released about the national foreclosures situation. We have seen how it has impacted wallstreet but what may not be as appearant yet is the impact on major cities. As people struggle to keep a mortgage payment together the economic effects are considerable and ove...
11/27/2007
Las Vegas is part of the 5th largest school system in the US. There is a new proposal to build much needed schools in the valley to accommodate new residents moving to Las Vegas as they rent or purchase homes. The proposal is a $9.5 billion 10-year plan to build 73 new schools."This represents th...
11/27/2007
We were with friends last night who recently visited the Eiffel Tower down on the Las Vegas Strip. They took the elevator to the top to watch the fountains at the Bellagio and see the other sites. I guess it costs $8 or 10 per head so people usually hang out up there to get their money's worth. T...
11/26/2007
As a Las Vegas RealtorĀ®, I often find need of tools, tape, etc. About a year or so ago I put together a makeshift "Realtor Kit". It has screw drivers, duct tape, tape measure, pocket knifes, flashlight, pliers, sharpie markers, among other commonly used items.I found that while showing homes or t...
11/26/2007
Plise Development has broken ground on a large project near the Henderson Executive Airport. It is called City Crossing. It will be considered mixed use with 1 million square feet of premium office space, 1 million feet of retail, restaurants, and 2 boutique hotels as well as 2,500 residential un...
11/26/2007
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Las Vegas is a great place to call home. Multiple cities are located within the valley including: Las Vegas proper, Henderson, Boulder City, and North Las Vegas. Each city has its own master planned communities and amenities allowing for home buyers to live within whatever style fits them best. B...
11/23/2007
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