On average, a single-family home is taking 13 days to sell, as reported at the end of 2nd quarter 2018.

The Las Vegas Real Estate Market is hot! Properties are moving fast, and when priced right can see multiple offers.

Property SubtypeDays to Sell, Median
Manufactured Home23
Single Family Residential13
Condominium12
Townhouse9
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Tips to Encourage More Offers

  • Price it right out of the gate
  • Choose an experienced real estate agent
  • Make sure the home shows well
  • Make the property available to view
  • Remove Odors
  • De-Clutter
  • De-Personalize

Click here to learn more about closing costs when selling a house in Las Vegas.

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Sheila Brown, Keller Williams
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