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Relocating with pets - Wardley Real Estate

Las Vegas homes for sale have everything you and your family are looking for, even the furry members of your family! Once you find the home of your dreams and moving time is upon you, you'll need to do some planning to make relocating your pet a success. Being prepared can make things less stressful for everyone and help moving day go smoothly.

  • Start early
    The earlier you can start the moving process the better for your pet. Some pets handle change better than others. You'll be making big changes to their current environment by packing, and doing that a little at a time will make it less disruptive. You'll also be introducing them to a new neighborhood and surroundings. You may have to get them used to staying in a travel carrier or riding in the car. And you'll probably be disrupting their routine with travel and moving day. Giving them time to adjust to all the change can help avoid major problems.

  • Keep your cool
    Dogs and cats can pick up on their owner's stress levels, so keeping yours in check is a necessity. If you don't, your pet may get agitated, over excited, aggressive or otherwise act in a way that isn't going to make things easier.

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Las Vegas Area Hiking Trails - Wardley Real Estate

One of the best parts of living in the Las Vegas area is the abundance of natural beauty. Odds are you're going to want to hit some trails this winter when the air is cool, and you don't have to worry about the sweltering summer heat. 

In addition to helping you find the home of your dreams, our real estate agents can also share their knowledge of the surrounding areas. Here are five great hikes to try this winter in the Las Vegas area.

  1. Liberty Bell Arch - White Rock Canyon - Boulder City
    If you've been looking for Boulder City homes for sale, you already know that Liberty Bell Arch has a little bit of everything for outdoorsy types of all stripes. This trail runs near Boulder City and is usually closed during the summer due to heat. During winter, however, it's a gorgeous hike and an ideal spot for families and groups looking for a place to have a picnic while taking in some incredible scenery. On this 6-mile round trip, you will see canyons, an abandoned mine, spectacular views of the Colorado River, before capping things off with the Liberty Bell Arch itself, a stunning natural rock formation.

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Home Seller Blue - Wardley Real Estate

Are you a first-time home seller? Rookie jitters happen to everyone, not just professional athletes, so take comfort in the fact that you're not alone. Learn from those who have gone before you with these top tips from our real estate agents for avoiding first-time seller blues.

  1. Change Your Perspective
    While living in a home is an emotional experience, selling one is a business transaction. It's difficult to make logical decisions when your heart is involved. Distance yourself from sentiment and focus on creating that emotional spark in buyers.

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Las Vegas Yoga Studios-Wardley Real Estate

While Sin City is known as a top vacation destination with endless entertainment options, it's also a great place for residents to live and work. Take a step away from the Vegas strip, and you'll find family-friendly neighborhoods with plenty of options for outdoor activities, shopping, dining, and staying fit.

Whether you've been busy looking at Las Vegas homes for sale or you're just getting to know your new neighborhood, you'll eventually want to take a break and find some peace. Paying a visit to one of these six popular local yoga studios is a great way to escape the chaos and find your center.    

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