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Investors, Future Homeowners Battle for Keys

By Brian Brennan, Reporter – bio | email By Mark Zamora, Photojournalist – email   LAS VEGAS — Financial institutions are driving up Las Vegas home values, but at the same time, they may also pushing out the average person trying to buy. A new report by RealtyTrac shows Las Vegas as one of the top cities for short sales and […]

Not all real estate investors are fleeing Las Vegas housing market

By Eli Segall   With Las Vegas home prices much higher than last year, Wall Street investors have started to pull back and buy fewer properties. But overall, investor appetite is growing statewide. Institutional investors, or buyers who pick up at least 10 homes a year, accounted for 25 percent of all residential sales in […]

About Jaime Velez

Jaime is the Broker & Operating Principal for Keller Williams Southern Nevada.  Jaime is licensed in the State of Nevada as a Real Estate Broker, Property Manager and Business Broker.  Jaime and Denny Seybert operate the Seybert Team, a group of 4 Licensed Real Estate Professionals and a full time assistant.  The Seybert Team offers […]

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7 reasons rentals are rocking the housing market

By Beth Braverman of Home sales have finally begun to slow after a red-hot summer that saw prices soaring so quickly that some began to worry about the return of a housing bubble. But despite the recent housing gains, the country’s homeownership rate has continued to fall. Just 65 percent of households in the first half of […]

Gov’t Reopens, Averts Housing Impact

President Barack Obama signed a bipartisan measure early Thursday to end a 16-day partial government shutdown and avert a U.S. default on its debts. The measure had been passed by the House and Senate late Wednesday. The White House directed all government agencies to reopen immediately. The government showdown over fiscal policy disputes and the […]

House flipping remains fruitful in Las Vegas, if not elsewhere

The nationwide slowdown in house flipping isn’t nearly as sluggish in Nevada. The Silver State had 1,014 single-family home flips in the third quarter, down 16 percent from the second quarter but down just 1 percent from a year ago, according to a new report from RealtyTrac. Nationally, house flipping fell 35 percent from the […]