Do you have friends or family members who have recently purchased and moved into their first home in Las Vegas just in time for the holidays? Odds are, they could use help getting settled into their new digs. Their new home presents the opportunity for creative and thoughtful gift giving. From tool boxes to dishes and glassware, our real estate agents bring you this list of the perfect holiday gifts for the first-time home buyer.
Dining out for Thanksgiving has become an increasingly popular tradition, allowing families to enjoy a unique holiday atmosphere and a fantastic meal without ever having to set foot in the kitchen.
Whether you're a long-time resident or you're still searching for Las Vegas homes for sale, you'll find a warm welcome at one of the many great Las Vegas restaurants that offer Thanksgiving meals. Enjoy a traditional turkey dinner, or branch out with cuisine from around the world. Our real estate agents have the details on ten of the best restaurants for enjoying Thanksgiving dinner in Las Vegas.
Everybody loves a good Thanksgiving feast, but let's be honest – it's not a tradition that does our waistlines any favors. So if you're looking for a way to burn off a few extra calories this holiday season, you're in luck.
Our real estate agents are here to let you know that these five runs, walks and races will get your Thanksgiving off to a running start in the Las Vegas area. They represent an opportunity not only to get some exercise before your Thanksgiving dinner but also to help out some great causes. So let's get moving!
Will you be selling your home over the holidays? If so, you should know that selling during this super-busy time of year can be challenging in some ways, but it can have advantages too. You'll probably have less competition for buyers than you would in the spring or summer, and people shopping Las Vegas homes for sale over the holidays are typically serious about making a deal quickly, often wanting to close by year-end to maximize tax advantages. To help you make the most of your marketing efforts, here are 10 tips for selling your home over the holidays:
Spruce up your home's exterior
Creating great curb appeal can take a little more work this time of the year. That means that more of your home's exterior may be visible, so make sure that view is attractive. Touch up any peeling paint, replace any missing or damaged shingles on the roof, make sure gutters are clear and clean up the yard and walkways.